in the valley on the north side of the Great Smoky Mountains, Pigeon Forge
and Sevierville have grown into one large tourist destination separated
only by the Little Pigeon River. Together they have become one of
the fastest growing tourist areas in the South. This area proudly
boasts of being filled with action-packed entertainment for the whole family.
ten mile long parkway is lined with rides and attractions, eight outlet
malls, and theaters filled with lively entertainment. The Smokies
Baseball Stadium, flea markets, and antiques, located between Kodak and
Sevierville along Hwy 66 add interest and contribute to a calendar of events
that caters to every member of the family, with such events as: professional
baseball games, craft/gift shows, classic car shows, rod runs, conventions,
and music festivals, just to name a few.
offers a more rural environment, a bit removed from all the hussel and
1986, Dollywood added a new dimension to the tourist appeal in Pigeon Forge
and Sevierville and again in 2001 with the addition of Dolly's Splash Country.
new recent additions to Pigeon Forge include:
National Freedom Museum - a collection of wartime exhibits dating from
the Revolutionary War to the present day. The museum was established
to honor our country's veterans.
Walk Museum - this new museum is filled with pre-historic wonder.
Boasting the world's largest exhibit of life-sized, realistic-looking dinosaurs,
the museum shows these magnificent creatures in their natural environment.
Forge and Sevierville are located within a day's drive of half of the nation's
population. As one of the major gateways to the Great Smoky Mountain
National Park, they offer a large range of affordable accommodations,
surrounded by natural beauty, with warm summers and mild winters.
The people are known for their world-famous Mountain Hospitality!!
following pages feature many of the area's favorite attractions, lodging
facilities, restaurants, shopping, and places of interest.
can browse our On-line Visitor's Guide two ways:
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