You're invited! Join KOA for the eleventh annual Care Camps Big Weekend Friday, May 13 and Saturday, May 14. This year, campers staying at participating KOA Campgrounds as paying guests on Friday, May 13 are eligible to receive a $10 night of camping on Saturday, May 14. Funds raised from May 14 support the KOA Care Camps Trust which distributes more than $1 million dollars annually to support 94 medically-supervised summer camps for kids with cancer. Learn more atkoacarecamps.org.Making your reservation is easy! Remember, your reservation must include a paid night on Friday, May 13 in order to receive a $10 night of camping Saturday, May 14.
You can stay as many nights before the 27th or after the 29th but you must include the 3 nights of the 27th, 28th, & 29th.
This is a 3 night minimum. You can stay as many days before the 2nd or after the 7th, but we require the days of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 2016.
Meet the alpaca up close! Experienced breeders available to answer all your questions. Learn about the fiber arts through free classes & demonstrations. Shopping! Gorgeous, lush alpaca products and fiber arts supplies for sale. Bring your spinning wheels, knitting and crochet needles and give alpaca a whirl in our free spinning/fiber circle, hosted by Moonwood Farms Fiber Studio.
Celebrate the art and heritage of quilting at the 22nd Annual A Mountain Quiltfest. Quilters from all around will come together for this event from March 15-19, 2016 to attend classes that are based on skill level and technique. There will also be a quilt show that displays a variety of quilts for your viewing pleasure.
Meet Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community artists while sampling wines and enjoying hors d'oeuvres from local restaurants. Private tours of local galleries. Reservations required.
Wineries from across the state will provide samples of their labels along with local chefs preparing food from pairings. Information demonstrations and seminars will be held. The event will be at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. Tickets are available online.
The Spring Rod Run in Pigeon Forge, TN is one of the big 3 car shows that takes place in Pigeon Forge each year.the other two being the Fall Rod Run and Shades of the Past. This Pigeon Forge rod run is one of the largest in the nation as it draws thousands of visitors and classic hot rods for milesliterally!
Celebrate and enjoy the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park with over 150 different programs including hiking tours, motorcades, demonstrations and classroom lectures centered on flowers, plants and wildlife in the park.
A full weekend of crazy fun, music, impact, as well as a special and unique Saturday morning race awaits runners at the gateway to the Smoky Mountains, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Imagine youre rocking to the beat of cherished songs from your past, singing at the top of your lungs in an amped-up auditorium packed with kindred spirits. You close your eyes and take in the rhythms of The Beach Boys, The Eagles and other classic bands.
Mark May 6, 2016 on your calendars for the 31st Annual Dolly Homecoming Parade! Watch as local entertainers, colorful floats, military veterans, and marching bands make their way down the Parkway in Pigeon Forge to welcome the grand marshal, Dolly Parton, home.
Nature lovers, hikers, and outdoors enthusiasts unite for Wilderness Wildlife Week in Pigeon Forge! This event will take place May 18th through the 22nd, and as always it is free and open to the public.Wilderness Wildlife Week has a variety of programs for all ages and different interests, ranging from programs specifically for the youngsters to guided hikes for the more adventurous folks. The programs will be offered from around 8:00 AM until around 7:30 PM daily.