Did you know that there are around 70-plus Pigeon Forge attractions to enjoy during any visit? From Dollywood to the many restaurants and shops, you could spend many weeks exploring the area and savoring its many activities and attractions. Of course, those who have already visited some of the hottest Pigeon Forge attractions might say that it is a great spot for spring break, too.
Pigeon Forge Attractions as the Ultimate Spring Break Alternative
How would the different destinations in Pigeon Forge line up against the more traditional spring break options? Just consider that a vacation here does not include huge crowds, hot weather, long lines or anything else that many spring break destinations feature. Instead, you would be visiting in a quieter time of year, but one in which the natural beauty of the area is there to enjoy.
If you are not sure that Pigeon Forge attractions are what you seek for your spring break, just consider these five things you can do during your visit:
Dollywood – That’s right, the famous park opens in early March and is the perfect spot to enjoy days of fun, food, and activities. From the rides to the cultural events (including dance and music), it could be your sole reason for visiting.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park – A short distance from Pigeon Forge are several main entrances into this enormous park. The springtime is the perfect season for days spent hiking, viewing waterfalls, finding the millions of wildflowers that blossom here in the spring, and taking in such (normally crowded) spots as Cades Cove, Clingman’s Dome, Laurel Falls and more.
Old Mill – A Pigeon Forge icon, it is full of shops and a popular candy store. You can take the tour, and really experience the spot without the summer crowds.
The Island – Another place that fills up quickly during the summer, it is among the top Pigeon Forge attractions and features shops, restaurants, and a huge observation wheel for non-stop spring views
Cabins in Pigeon Forge – Another reason to visit and a top attraction in the area has to be the many premium cabins in Pigeon Forge. They are not just a place to lay your head and can even become a reason for visiting. After all, they can have amazing views, luxury amenities, pet-friendly policies and more!
Learn More about Cabins in Pigeon Forge
Spring break is the ideal time to explore the larger cabins in Pigeon Forge. Smokies Edge, as an example, is great for a group and sits inside of the national park! It is a four bedroom property that has an outdoor living room with a huge stone fireplace to keep warm on even a chilly spring night. Adventure Lodge sleeps up to 12 and is a brand-new cabin with a private indoor pool, full kitchen and long list of luxuries that few cabins in Pigeon Forge offer.
Avoid the crowded beaches, loud gatherings and long lines for restaurants and other spots by booking your spring break in Pigeon Forge this year. Alpine Mountain Chalets has a large collection of roomy properties ideal for groups and families.