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Holiday Letting Price Information in Pigeon Forge
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Pigeon Forge. The most expensive dates to travel to Pigeon Forge are in June (22/06 - 29/06). The cheapest week is in January (04/01 - 11/01). Prices fall to an average of £154 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Pigeon Forge
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Pigeon Forge for the next twelve months. It is in June that you will find the week with the fewest available holiday lettings (22/06 - 29/06). Conversely, you will find the highest number of available rentals during one week in November (02/11 - 09/11).
The Weather in Pigeon Forge
Check out the climate diagram for Pigeon Forge. In June, maximum temperatures climb above 31°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Pigeon Forge, with temperatures falling below -2°. The rainiest month is March, while the driest month is September.
Have a fun time in the mountains with a Pigeon Forge cabin
Nestled high in the Smokey Mountain Range in eastern Tennessee, Pigeon Falls has built its reputation as a family-oriented holiday destination with several theme parks and amusement rides. With the Great Smoky Mountains National Park just five miles away, hikers and adventure seekers will also find plenty to do.
Pigeon Forge has numerous condos and holiday homes for a comfortable family holiday. If you are interested in a more authentic mountain country experience, there are plenty of great chalets and cabins.
Art and culture in Pigeon Forge
The Country Tonite Theatre is an iconic show that includes country classics as well as the latest hits, comedy shows, dancing, and gospel programs.
The biggest variety show in the east TN, the Smoky Mountain Opry boasts spectacular special effects and laser shows. The cast consists of musicians, dancers, comedians as well as aerialists, in a show that regularly features Motown, disco and jive as well your greatest country hits.
Hiking and outdoor attractions
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is home to almost 800 miles of trails and scenic routes, ideal for camping, hiking and exploration.
At the Outdoor Gravity Park, visitors can try their hand at zorbing, which involves rolling down a 1000ft. hill in a huge sphere.
Fun things to do and places to visit in Pigeon Forge
Dollywood Theme Park
This 150 acre theme park is named after the legendary country singer Dolly Parton, an EastTennessee native and part-owner. The park is divided into ten unique sections that focus on the culture, music and history of the East Tennessee and Southern Appalachian regions. The park is also home to 27 rides and 8 roller coasters.
Dollywood’s Splash Country
This sister-theme park of Dollywood is built across 35 acres in the natural mountain countryside. The numerous water-themed rides and slides at the park are designed to provide you with a fun and safe experience similar to swimming in the Great Smoky Mountain rivers.
If you want to experience what it felt like to be aboard the Titanic, the Titanic Museum is your best bet. It boasts authentic and interactive recreations of the ship’s interior, replete with over 400 artifacts from the actual Titanic.
This museum offers you a chance to walk among dinosaurs, or rather; terrifyingly realistic, life-size replicas of these primordial beasts. Among its star attractions are a 45ft. long T-Rex and full-sized Allosaurus.
Pigeon Forge Mill
The town owes its name to this historic iron forge built back in 1817. Situated on the West Fork of Little Pigeon River, the site is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. A popular attraction, it contains a mill-house, an old waterwheel and a mill-dam, all in working condition.
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