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Pigeon Forge Winterfest 2018

November 6th is a day we’ve been waiting for ALL YEAR! Winterfest officially begins on this day and the cities of Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg light up each night for guests and locals to admire. The beautiful glowing process begins mid summer when lightbulbs are checked in case repairs are needed. About two months

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10 Things To Do This Winter In Pigeon Forge 2018

  29th Annual Winterfest Experience the winter wonderland of lights this holiday season! With more than 5 million lights, Pigeon Forge will be covered with whimsical scenes and decorations. Winterfest will begin November 6th and run through the month of February. This winter spectacular has become one the most anticipated events of each year! To

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8 Things To Do This November In Pigeon Forge 2018

As the festive holiday season begins, tourists will make their way to The Great Smoky Mountains for many reasons. Visitors love the fall colors, shopping, and fun events that take place. No matter what’s on your bucket list, you can guarantee Pigeon Forge can help you check it off! We’ve compiled a list of events

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15 Awesome Winter Things To Do in Pigeon Forge & Gatlinburg

1. Experience the Winterfest Lights Every winter, the Sevier County becomes a winter wonderland with more than 5 million lights brightening the night. Now in its 27th year, Winterfest has become one of the most anticipated celebrations in the Smokies. Wherever you drive in the county, you’re sure to see lots of awesome light arrangements.

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Saddle Up! For Western Fun in Pigeon Forge

Despite the way they’re often portrayed in the movies, cowboys aren’t just gun-slinging outlaws in search of a main-street showdown. In fact, you can tap into the fun side of the cowboy lifestyle at the 13th Annual Saddle Up! event, taking place February 21 through 24 at a number of local venues. This Pigeon Forge

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3 Reasons To Say “I Do” To A Smoky Mountain Wedding

3 Reasons To Say “I Do” To A Smoky Mountain Wedding Did you know that the Great Smoky Mountains area is known as The Wedding Capital of the South and that it hosts more weddings in the country each year than any other city except for Las Vegas? It’s true, and the reasons are many:

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