Welcome to Pigeon Forge, where you're guaranteed to have fun no matter your age or interest! Whether you are mining for gems and fossils at our new mine, playing frisbee golf, flipping out on the jumping pillow, challenging your buddy to a game of corn hole, watching a movie at our outdoor cinema, splashing in the pool, or countless other activities, you will be sure to have a blast during your visit!
What do you get when you cross a trampoline with a bounce castle? A Jumping Pillow! This safe activity provides countless hours of exercise and entertainment for the young and the young at heart.
Gaga is a fast paced, high energy sport played in an octagonal pit. The more players the better! Played with a soft foam ball, gaga game combines the skills of dodging, striking, running, and jumping, while trying to hit opponents with a ball below the knees. Players need to keep moving to avoid getting hit by the ball. Fun and easy, everyone gets a serious workout. Easily addictive, people can't wait to get back in the pit. The games move quickly...after a few short minutes, the action heats up with a second ball, sure to get even the best players out within minutes. Once the game ends, everyone is back in for the next round.
Craft Activities Face painting, tie-die, bead jewelry, finger painting, side walk chalk, etc. Entertainment/Group Activities Bingo, Outdoor Movie Screen, Karaoke, live family night shows, Sunday Chapel, fishing trips, Live skits, movies, game shows, ice cream socials, etc.
New for 2015! The sport of disc golf evolved as an offshoot of the many games spawned by the Frisbee® craze. The game started with people using Frisbees and aiming at targets made up of trees, trash cans, light poles, pipes, and whatever else was handy.
When the sun goes down, campfire time begins. Gather around the fire pit and get acquainted with fellow campers. Campfire time promises all the classics: toasting marshmallows, eating s'mores, belting out camp tunes during sing-a-longs. We've even been known to swap a scary story or two!
Bring a piece of your trip home with you: make a t-shirt during craft hour. Your tie-dyed t-shirt will be a wearable memento from your vacation. With a demonstration and all supplies provided, this retro activity satisfies campers of all ages. Remember, there is no right or wrong way to tie dye!
Cornhole or Corn Toss is similar to horseshoes except you use wooden boxes called cornhole platforms and corn bags instead of horseshoes and metal stakes. Contestants take turns pitching their corn bags at the cornhole platform until a contestant reaches the score of 21 points. A corn bag in the hole scores 3 points, while one on the platform scores 1 point.
You can fish at our campground or The Great Smoky Mountains have over 2,115 miles of streams in their boundaries and are one of the last wild trout habitats within the Eastern United States. Fishing experiences within thenational park range from remote, headwater trout streams to large, and coolwater smallmouth bass streams. Fishing is permitted year-round from 30 minutes before sunrise until 30 minutes after sunset.
Fishing does require that individuals possess a valid fishing license or permit.