3 Reasons to Visit Parrot Mountain in Pigeon Forge This Summer

Little girl with blue macaw on her shoulder

If you are looking for a fun vacation spot that your whole family will enjoy, look no further than the picturesque Parrot Mountain and Gardens.  At Parrot Mountain in Pigeon Forge, you will  make lifelong memories as you explore glorious gardens alongside beautiful birds.  If you are not convinced you will enjoy the Gardens, check out the three reasons we love to visit Parrot Mountain and Gardens below:

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1. Birds! Birds! Birds!

You may not be surprised that Parrot Mountain and Gardens is home to over a hundred different species of parrots and softbills, but you will be amazed at how close you can get to the birds. You can take a picture with a Macaw, hand-feed a Lorikeet in a walk-in aviary, or pet baby birds in the nursery.

For those feeling less adventurous, you can sit back and listen to the birds talk or watch them dance from afar.  Who knows? You may come to love birds so much, that you decide to take one home with you!

2. Scenic Views

When it comes to beauty, Parrot Mountain and Gardens is hard to beat! Imagine eating a Three red macaws on a treedelicious lunch on a deck overlooking the striking Smoky Mountains. Birds will sing as you take pleasure in an explosion of beautiful leaf colors.

Throughout the four acres of landscaped gardens, you will come across thousands of plants, flowers, and trees.  You will also find gorgeous waterfalls, parrot cottages, and pathways lined with natural field stone.

3. Relaxation

Ready to shed all your cares for a few hours of deep relaxation? Close your eyes and listen to the whoosh of the waterfalls while you settle into the butterfly bench or visit the peacocks. Parrot Mountain’s “Garden of Eden” is truly paradise on earth!

Timber Tops is right around the corner from Parrot Mountain in Pigeon Forge. To start planning your next vacation in the Smokies, visit our Pigeon Forge Cabins page or give us a call at 877-549-6775. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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