Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism

135 Jake Thomas Blvd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, USA

About Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism

4.6 / 5

from reviews

    Come enjoy a Pigeon Forge vacation with your family and friends! You'll find loads of fun things to do in Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mountains for a family getaway, a weekend trip for two or to host your convention. Discover an array of Pigeon Forge Attractions that will delight old and young alike. We offer a variety of coupons and vacation packages so you can save on your Pigeon Forge Vacation.

    Nyte Roze
    May 21, 2019

    Beautiful design. Very nice ladles manning the counters. Lots of information flyers and coupons.

    ThAtOnEcRaZyDuDe YaKnOw
    April 16, 2019

    Rodrun is amazing. I go twice a year and will be going back in September.

    Glenn Gercken
    June 14, 2022

    Currently closed no staff available . Disappointing would have been helpful it it was open. Closed for two years according to the the people that live here .

    Saily Deshpande
    February 15, 2022

    It is surprising all the ethnic eateries that were once there were “permanently closed”.. and only options were pizza, burgers and fries so I had to buy some groceries to cook at the camper. The water smelled of sulfur so I had to bathe using wipes after the second day, water froze and heater stopped working at night in the camper and we had the use the gas stove to keep us warm which is apparently just a “mountain experience”. Trump stores every 3 blocks and the land was completely isolated besides your occasional distillery, gas station and antique store with literally only republican primary signs, confederate flags, and not a single person of color or democratic as an option to vote as a primary for any type of local government authority. There were about 3 main roads in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg where all the main attractions were. I saw maybe 4/5 POC there which was slightly unnerving. My boyfriend got salmonella at the Dixie stampede which had racist implications and was apparently changed from a civil war theme to “north v south” in which the south was deliberately made the winning team (and that food was awful, overpriced and unseasoned) Best places to visit there are just attractions that have to do with the smoky mountains, the alpaca farm and the alpine coasters. Maybe would’ve been more fun in the summer with zip-lining and white water rafting. And every person I interacted with was short, snappy, rude, and made an obnoxious face when I used basic manners and slowly backed away when they were close to me.

    Timika Irby
    July 01, 2021

    Would not recommend anyone to stay there very few towels the pillows in my room or taken from Holiday Inn that's what the tag said on the pillows no carpet on the floor people that was there and also me complained about the squeaky bed spiderwebs outside the door on the banister say it's dog friendly but when you get there there's a $25 daily charge for your animal ask for more towels at 11 a.m. didn't get them until 3 p.m. the breakfast is a joke do not use the coffee maker in the room it's not clean at all the manager of the hotel manager what's friendly at all talk to other people kids disrespectful just not a people's person please do not ever stay there only if it's a dying emergency and I didn't want to give them a store I had to to put down my comment good luck

    Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism

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    135 Jake Thomas Blvd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863, USA

    The Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism is your one-stop shop for information on Pigeon Forge. Whether you have questions about directions or what special events are going on, the friendly staff at the Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism will be happy to help you.

    Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism Welcome Center

    1950 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 37863

    865-453-8574 or 1-800-251-9100


    Open Daily

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