Nestled in a narrow valley along the banks of the Little Pigeon River, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee has grown to be one of the most visited vacation destinations in the Great Smoky Mountains, as well as the U.S..
Each year over 10 million people visit Pigeon Forge, Tennessee each year where they enjoy a wide variety of lodging, shopping, dining, entertainment, and attractions. Just five miles from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, visitors to Pigeon Forge also have quick access to, rafting, hiking, camping, and many more outdoor activities.
The nearby Great Smoky Mountains towns of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Sevierville, Tennessee offer shopping, dining, live entertainment and the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community. Wears Valley, Tennessee, Cade's Cove, Tennessee, and Townsend, Tennessee, offer spectacular Smoky Mountains vistas as well as hiking, rafting, fishing, golf, camping, and many more Great Smoky Mountains vacation adventures.
To the east in North Carolina the towns of Asheville, North Carolina features the world famous Biltmore Estate and Bryson City, North Carolina offers the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad as well as outdoor adventures including camping, hiking, kayaking, rafting and much more. Just to the north east of Bryson City, Cherokee, North Carolina, the ancestral homeland of the Cherokee Indians, offers
natural beauty, family attractions, outdoor activities including Museum of the Cherokee Indian, the Cherokee Botanical Garden and Nature Trail, and Harrah's Cherokee Casino.