How to Tour Pigeon Forge in Style

Pigeon Forge is filled with unique sites and attractions. From the Titanic Museum to upside-down WonderWorks, you won’t struggle to find new and interesting things to do! Something we recommend for your Pigeon Forge getaway—whether you’re coming with your family, your significant other, or a group of friends—is to try one or all of these unique Pigeon Forge tours. You’ll get to see the beauty of the Smoky Mountains in a brand new way, whether that’s on a helicopter or on the seat of a horse-drawn carriage!

Scenic Helicopter Tours
Operating since 1972, Scenic Helicopter Tours will give you an above-the-scenes look at the Great Smoky Mountains. You’ll see more of the Smokies than you’ll ever be able to see in your car or on your feet. And this tour company is one you can trust with the most FAA and National Park Service-approved flights over the Smokies. They even won the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for outstanding customer service.
At Scenic Helicopter Tours, you can choose from a variety of packages depending on your time and budget. Shorter sightseeing flights include amazing views of Douglas Lake and gentle, rolling farmland. Mid-range flights will take you above Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and surrounding mountain valleys. And their most popular flight is The Gatlinburg, which takes you to the previously mentioned areas as well as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Segway Rentals in Pigeon Forge
Have you seen Paul Blart: Mall Cop? If you have, then you know what we’re talking about when we say “Segway”—it’s the little vehicle he drives around the mall. Looks fun, right? Well, when you come to Pigeon Forge, you’ll have the chance to master your skills on one of those yourself with Segway Rentals and Sales of Pigeon Forge. With Segway Rentals, you can experience the sites of Pigeon Forge in a brand new way. Zoom around Patriot Park, The Island, The Parkway and more without breaking a sweat!
Because of the high demand for Segway rentals, you should book yours in advance, and full payment is due at the time of booking. But prices are pretty reasonable—only $39.95+tax for an hour and a half with your own Segway. At Segway Rentals, you can also buy Segways or rent scooters, strollers, and wheelchairs. Keep these options in mind when you come to Pigeon Forge!

Bluff Mountain Adventures
If you’re looking for a little more of an adrenaline rush for your tour of Pigeon Forge, then Bluff Mountain Adventures is the attraction for you. You’ll have the chance to “Ride the Bluff” as you join guided ATV rides over 6,000 acres of trails right in the heart of breathtaking Smoky Mountain terrain. At Bluff Mountain, you’ll be able to choose from a variety of tours—all between one and two hours long. And they all will take you across streams, up mountains, and over some pretty rugged terrain, giving you access to Smoky Mountain views you won’t get anywhere else!
You must be 12 years or older and 57 inches tall to operate your own ATV. Passengers younger than 12 who meet the height requirements can still join the tour if they ride in a side-by-side vehicle. Prices vary depending on age, length of tour, and ATV type.

Heritage Carriage Rides
Are you celebrating a special occasion on your next trip to Pigeon Forge? Perhaps a wedding, birthday, or anniversary? If so, a tour with Heritage Carriage Rides is the perfect way to show that special someone just how much you love them. These tours will give you a chance to enjoy quiet time together as you soak in the sights of Pigeon Forge on a horse-drawn carriage.
If you really want to spice things up, ask about their Romance Package for your time away in Pigeon Forge. A driver will arrive at your scheduled time, and you will ride in a horse-drawn carriage decorated with twinkling lights and filled with four dozen sweetheart roses. The carriage ride will then take you to Calhoun’s Restaurant where you can enjoy a delicious dinner, and finally, one last carriage ride will take you to Walden’s Landing. This will be one tour of Pigeon Forge you will never forget!

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