Smoky Mountain Winter Events

With all of the seasonal events happening in the Smokies this year, Pigeon Forge is the place to be for fun for the whole family. Venture to Pigeon Forge where seasonal fun comes in droves. A busy community calendar awaits, filled with exciting new things for people of all ages. While you’re in Pigeon Forge, be sure you have a comfortable cabin to accommodate the whole family. Pigeon Forge TN Cabins has all of the rental options you could want.

So, you’re in Pigeon Forge this Thanksgiving and Christmas. What will you do to occupy your time this holiday season?

Winterfest Trolley Tour of Lights
November 11 – January 9
Beginning and ending in historic Patriot Park, the Winterfest Trolley Tour of Lights is truly magical. It runs Monday through Friday at 6:30 p.m., 7:45 p.m., and 9 p.m. Trolley tickets are just $5 per person, so it’s a great price for those traveling with families or large groups. Groups over 10 should make reservations ahead of time and prepay for tours, while day-of tickets can be purchased for smaller groups or individuals. If you have questions, you can email or call (865) 453-6444. Let the twinkling of millions of lights put you in the holiday spirit as you sit back and enjoy the Trolley Tour of Lights!

Christmas at Dixie Stampede
November 4 – end of December
Always a joyful evening for the family, this Smoky Mountain Christmas extravaganza is full of laughter, excitement, and holiday cheer! There will be many different things to keep you entertained during this Christmas season. Enjoy a delicious four course meal with the whole family and the live nativity scene that will be a great experience for your little ones!

Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Show
Now – end of December
A variety show like no other, Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Show features Character Experiences (meet and greets with Santa and the reindeer from now until January 3), Dollywood’s “A Christmas Carol” (a 45-minute musical of the classic Charles Dickens story), and Carol of the Trees (a synchronized Christmas lights show). More musical entertainment includes: Christmas in the Smokies (a traditional Christmas musical), Christmas with the Kingdom Heirs (gospel Christmas performances), Dolly’s Christmas Chapel (worship services each Sunday), ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas (a musical), and O’ Holy Night (the story of Christmas)! Holly Jolly Junction is where you can meet Rudolph and friends and take pictures, and Appalachian Christmas is a musical performance with acoustics. From now until December 23, stop by for the Parade Of Lights and Santa’s Workshop, where you can see Santa’s workshop and larger-than-life toys.

If these holiday events sounds like something you would be interested in, then make sure to venture to the Smokies for this holiday fun! Pigeon Forge TN Cabins has many beautiful and cozy cabins, several decorated for the holidays, that your family will love and feel comfortable in. Just browse our cabins to find the right fit for you and your family!