Pigeon Forge Arcades, Mini Golf and Other Small Attractions Now Open

As of July 1st: Businesses in the Great Smoky Mountain region are open. Face masks may be required at specific retailers. We recommend contacting the business directly for any questions regarding safety measures and updates.

Following extensive guidelines from the CDC and Tennessee Governor Bill Lee to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our visitors and employees, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Sevierville small group recreation activities have now begun to open! Mini-golf, bowling alleys, and more are a visitor favorite throughout the Smoky Mountain area. Group size restrictions along with extensive sanitization efforts will keep visitors safe while having fun!

Activities throughout the Great Smoky Mountain region welcome millions of visitors each year. As the cities of Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville begin to open small group recreation activities under the guidance provided by the state of Tennessee, safety measures and precautions remain a top priority. Attractions, small and large, will reopen under governor’s orders and guidelines. We are excited to announce the small group recreation activities reopening below:

 

Small Group Recreation Activities Opening 
  • Bowling alleys
  • Arcades
  • Climbing gyms
  • Water sports
  • Golf course driving ranges
  • Mini-golf
  • Shooting ranges
  • Dance classes

 

CLICK HERE for the most up to date attractions & things to do.

 

Small Group Recreation Activities Guidelines

Recreational gatherings must not exceed more than 10 people. Guidelines also advise businesses to screen customers for illness before entering a facility. Temperature checks will be administered and any questions regarding symptoms may be asked. All customers wishing to visit a facility should cloth wear face coverings. The number of customers should not exceed 50% of the capacity while adhering to the limited number of persons per group (10 or less). Facilities will be adjusting equipment layout or restricting the access due to social distancing. Customers will be required to use only one piece of equipment and will need to clean any equipment used with provided disinfecting wipes. For proper ventilation, indoor businesses should keep doors and windows open when possible.

For more information on guidelines, CLICK HERE.

 

The Smoky Mountain Business Community Cares About Our Visitors and are Making Plans to Reopen Safely
TENNESSEE PLEDGE – REOPENING TENNESSEE RESPONSIBLY GUIDELINES

Tennessee Pledge

 

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