Posts Tagged ‘ Patriot Park ’

5 Places To Take Your Pets In The Smoky Mountains

When planning your family’s next getaway there can be some stress on what to pack, where to stay, and of course what to do with the pets! Dropping the dogs off at the kennel can be so stressful on them and your wallet so why not bring them along? Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is not only

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7 Free Pigeon Forge Points of Interest Off the Beaten Path

They’re fun, they’re free, and people don’t really know about them. These Pigeon Forge points of interest offer a unique experience to visitors looking for cool things to do off the beaten path. Now, not all of these Pigeon Forge points of interest are technically in Pigeon Forge…but the ones that aren’t are found only

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7 Visitor Tips for Parking & Travelling During Rod Run

Rod Run is one of the most exciting events in Pigeon Forge. With hundreds of classic cars lining the parkway and invading the LeConte Center, it is a car-lover’s dream. In fact, it’s one of the largest car shows in the entire Southeast! Yet, with the influx of people, visitors can sometimes have some problems

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7 Reasons to Celebrate the 4th of July at Pigeon Forge’s Patriot Festival

America’s birthday is right around the corner, and Pigeon Forge is bringing you the ultimate Independence Day celebration with its annual Patriot Festival, happening Monday, July 4th. This extremely popular annual festival combines all your favorite 4th festivities into one huge all-day event. To help you get the most out of this awesome event, we’ve

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The Best Free Things to Do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg

Some of the best things to do and places to visit while you’re on vacation are completely free! So, we’ve put together our favorite free things to do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg so you don’t miss out on the fun, free things in the area:

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Happy Birthday America from Buddy Bear!

Buddy Bear here: I love birthdays and one of my favorite to celebrate in Pigeon Forge is the good ol’ USA’s. In fact, did you know that this is America’s 238th birthday? I’ve already got on my red, white and cute, so pack  your bags and come see me in the Great Smoky Mountains for

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