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City Guide:

     Pigeon Forge is a haven for leisure pursuits.

     Brimming with activities like camping, hiking, outdoor water parks and country music festivals like the Grand Rod Run, Pigeon Forge combines them to enhance the recipe for the best vacation.

     If you want to have memorable rest in Pigeon Forge, consider ensuring a comfortable stay there with Be it a room in cheap hotel in Pigeon Forge or those that are luxuriously-appointed, all available with maps, photos and secure forms at Check out all the hotels offered at

     In Pigeon Forge you can spend a day playing mini-golf, or be entertained riding go-karts in activities concentrated in the downtown part of the city. Pigeon Forge also offers numerous country performances by legends such as Dolly Parton in the theaters. In the shadow of Parton's success as a country singer Pigeon Forge makes good money. When Parton brought Dollywood adventure land to the area, she created in Pigeon Forge more than a business, but a top tourist destination.

     Tourists flock the city because of its proximity to numerous famous attractions. For example, it's about five miles from Gatlinburg, and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, not to mention the famous Route 441 or the Parkway for locals. This is the main highway to find hotels, and has 45 attractions dotted alongside the road.

Attractions include;

- Dollywood, a beautiful mountain-themed amusement park

- Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the America's national park and UNESCO treasured

- Dolly's Splash County, a spacious water park for numerous aquatic activities

- The Old Mill serves for both shopping and a bite of the city's history

     For a better slice of Southern hospitality you need to experience the whole city nestled on the foothills the Great Smoky Mountains. The first settlers came to the area from the Carolinas to settle the city and work in its iron industry. Even today Pigeon Forge is a young city with a focus on farming and a population employed on the land. Its population swelled from 154 residents in 1807 to 5,456 people and 11 million visitors annually.

     If you are going to join tourists to Pigeon Forge keep in mind that its sharp topography affects the weather there. Sloping from the mountainous hills, the city has temperatures varying about 10-20 degrees Fahrenheit from mountain base to top. Thus, get ready for dramatic temperature drops in Pigeon Forge. can ensure you have a warm stay in any hotel in Pigeon Forge.


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