Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
Phone: (865) 453-3906
Fax: (865) 453-0438
With a slick road course go-kart track and an arcade unlike any other, Rockin' Raceway is the place to be for family fun! This extreme slick track, will give you a chance for slippin' and slidin' around hairpin curves. Designed with fun in mind, this road course will keep your family or group entertained and thrilled as you navigate your way around one of the best family fun tracks in Pigeon Forge.
Star Tracks is one of the fastest go kart tracks at 40 MPH. You’ll love the difference speed makes when it comes to having fun! They also offer arcade games and an awesome, multi-level laser tag arena. Their "road course" track is among the best in Pigeon Forge.
Speedzone has go carts for kids and adults so when it's time family fun, Speedzone is the place to be! With two of the best twister tracks anywhere and the only true "slick track" around, this is a thrill you won't want to miss! With a choice of four go cart tracks, your racing skills will be put to the test as you slide around hairpin, twisting curves in their modern go carts.
Replacing the old City Park, Wear Farm City Park is now the main park of Pigeon Forge. Spread across 118 acres (47.75 hectares), it features lighted ball fields, playgrounds, pavilions, shelters, walking trails, restrooms and a basketball court. Whether it is for sports, picnics or any other purpose, this versatile facility is a great spot for recreational activities.
When is the last time you went horseback riding? Five Oaks Riding Stables is conveniently located downtown, across from the Tanger Outlet Mall. This 70 acre nature park has beautiful views of the mountains, especially Mt. LeConte. Your trail guides will lead you through our breathtaking Smoky Mountains trails on a ride you won't soon forget.
Adventure Park at Five Oaks, conveniently located downtown across the street from the Tanger Outlet Mall, will soon offer not only horseback riding but a full zipline canopy tour starting in June of 2010. The Great Smokey Mountains offers breathtaking views; especially while horseback riding on their trails or riding ziplines in the canopy of their native trees!
The name of the river maybe Little Pigeon River, but it is by no means small or little in size. This gorgeous river is fed by streams that flow down from the awe-inspiring Great Smoky Mountains and courses through the towns of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. For those who love extreme sports, this river packs quite an adventure, as it is a very popular spot for whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing and tubing. It is where the Gatlinburg River Raft Ragatta takes place. Even if you are one who likes peace, quite and solitude, and loves being surrounded by nature, this river holds a promise of satisfaction. This river is just one of the several natural wonders you will find in the Great Smoky Mountains.
There is always something for everyone at Ober Gatlinburg. A ski resort and a wonderful attraction that is a must visit, Ober Gatlinburg makes a favorable impression on visitors. You could also get an opportunity to climb aboard the famed Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway, bungee jump or ski. A kiddie land awaits the children who thirst for adventure, while there are water rides, shooting range and more for the adults. The will never be another dull moment at Obers. It would be advisable to plan a trip here well in advance. Please check the website or call ahead for timings, accommodation details and other information.
When its time to catch some trout fish, the Smoky Mountain Angler is one of the best choices you can make. They provide fishing accessories, guided services, clothing and tools required to fish. The guides provide you with information on where to fish and what tactics to apply. The Smoky Mountain Angler also provides for full day and half day fishing trips. They also rent out equipment to beginners. Check the website for booking and cancellation policy.
This major attraction is located within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and garners a lot of tourists especially on weekends. Laurel Falls can be reached through Laurel falls trail. The cascading waters of this 80-foot waterfall beckon visitors to marvel at its beauty. The popular place is also thronged by visitors on weekdays during the summer, so it would be wise to plan your trip well in advance. Call ahead for further details.
An interesting delight amidst the nature-rich Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Roaring Fork is a family picnic spot. Roaring Fork indicates the 5 mile stretch of a water stream that flows vigorously with a horrifying sound. The winding trail offers scenic views of the wildlife flowers and green forest surroundings. The gushing white water echoes through its journey, creating a beautiful atmosphere that is ideal for leisure. The road is not accessible during the winter months. Call ahead for more details.
One of the many waterfalls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Grotto Falls is situated amidst the green and fully grown forest area. The falls measure 25 feet above the sea level. Owing to its close environs, the place is quite favorable for the growth of amphibians, specially salamanders. The trail surrounding the falls is a frequent hiking destination, specially for the summer campers and hikers. Call ahead for more information.