Pigeon Forge Resources & Rentals

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Anna Porter Public Library | www.annaporterpl.org 158 Proffitt Road Gatlinburg, TN 37738 (865) 436-5588 For those visiting Pigeon Forge, the Anna Porter Public Library is a great resource not only for books, but also for craft classes, computer classes, and more. You can visit the library’s website to see what classes will be offered during your stay. And although you…

Top Tips for a Summer Day at Dollywood

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Loaded with fun for the whole family, Dollywood Theme Park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, is great for kids and adults of all ages. Couples and adults will love the shows, teens and older kids will love the roller coasters, and younger kids will love the carnival games and kiddie rides. The younger ones can try the Amazing Flying Elephants, Busy…

A Spring Wedding in the Smokies

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Why and How to Have a Spring Wedding in the Smokies No matter what time of year it is, Pigeon Forge is a wonderful location for weddings. With a range of wedding services easily accessible, charming chapels, and the stunning scenery of the Great Smoky Mountains as a backdrop, it’s no wonder so many people choose to make Pigeon Forge…

Winter Weather Fun in Pigeon Forge

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12 Winter Activities You Don’t Want to Miss There are many reasons why Pigeon Forge is such a popular destination for vacations, honeymoons, reunions, retreats, and weddings. The Smoky Mountain town is home to a large variety of restaurants, fun family-friendly attractions, fantastic mountain scenery, quaint little chapels, 5K races, food festivals, live music, holiday events, and so much more….

Planning Your Romantic Getaway to Pigeon Forge

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Let’s start with a quiz: How often do you and your significant other spend time together? A. All the time—we’re never out of each other’s sight. B. On the weekends mostly. Dinner and a movie every Friday night. C. Um, does brushing my teeth while he’s (or she’s) in the shower count? If you answered C, you’re not alone. Many…

How to Survive Winter in Pigeon Forge

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Pack layers in case the weather changes. Winters in the South are typically pretty mild. In Pigeon Forge, the average high for December through February stays around 50 degrees, and the average low is about 25 degrees. That’s why so many folks like to travel to the Smokies during their winter vacations. But one thing I’ve learned after living in…

8 Ways to Stay Toasty in the Smokies

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1.Go shopping at the Mountain Mall. If you’re looking for a way to get out and about without suffering the cold, try a shopping trip to the Mountain Mall. This INDOOR shopping mall located close to Pigeon Forge (in the city of Gatlinburg) features homemade candy, food, handmade jewelry, leather goods, hot sauces, quilts, toys, and so much more. Whatever…

10 Rainy Day Activities for the Cabin

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If you’re coming to the Pigeon Forge area in the spring or summer, you might encounter some rainy days. April and May will see the most amount of rain, with an average rainfall of more than four inches for each month. But even in the summer months (June through August), it’s common to have some afternoon showers and thunderstorms. So…

5 Reasons You Should Plan a Budget-Friendly Vacation

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Sometimes it can be fun to splurge a little. It’s nice to pamper yourself, especially on vacation, with delicious meals, down time, and shopping. Typically, when you think of these things, you think of fancy restaurants, high-end spas, and boutique stores. But in Pigeon Forge, you can splurge and save at the same time! You can do all the things…

Pigeon Forge is Calling You This Summer

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5 Reasons to Head to Pigeon Forge this Summer As summer nears, many families start planning their beach vacations. It’s usually the first location that comes to mind when school is winding down, because it’s hot and you want to cool off in the pool or the ocean. But I would propose a new destination that won’t leave you wanting….