Every year, the city of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee hosts some of the biggest car shows in the nation! Attracting thousands of visitors, these annual shows are can’t-miss events for anyone who loves (or owns) classic cars. When you visit the Smokies during one of the car shows, you will have the chance to see thousands of beautifully maintained hot rods cruising down the Parkway. To help you make the most of your next vacation, Timber Tops Cabin Rentals has put together a guide to all of the car shows in Pigeon Forge TN.
Each year, Dollywood kicks off the fall season with the biggest event in the Smoky Mountains: the Dollywood Harvest Festival. The festival lasts for a month, from September 27 through November 2, and features fall decorations, live music, festive foods and more. There is no better way to get in the fall spirit than by attending this annual festival. Here are the top 4 reasons you don’t want to miss the Dollywood Harvest Festival:
Pigeon Forge is home to a ton of different events that are entertaining for people of all ages and interests. To help you plan for your trip, here are 5 of the best annual Pigeon Forge events and festivals that you don’t want to miss out on!
The holiday season will be here before you know it, and this year, the Smoky Mountain Opry has something special in store for visitors to Pigeon Forge, TN. Beginning in November 2018, the Smoky Mountain Opry will start running a spectacular Christmas show with superstar headliner Chris Blue! Best known for winning season 12 of The Voice, Blue is a phenomenal singer whose music blends R&B, soul, gospel, and pop. Read on to learn everything you need to know about Chris Blue and the award-winning Smoky Mountain Opry Christmas Show.
While Dollywood doesn’t begin its season until mid-March, we are already brimming with anticipation for all of the fun the theme park has in store for guests this year! Throughout the spring, summer, fall, and winter, Dollywood hosts a number of incredible festivals that bring world-class entertainment to Pigeon Forge. To help you plan your next vacation, Timber Tops Cabin Rentals has put together a convenient guide to all of the amazing festivals at Dollywood.
Fall is one of the very best times to visit Pigeon Forge, Tennessee! Millions of vacationers come to the Smokies to see the breathtaking red, yellow, and orange leaves that make up the Smoky Mountain fall foliage. In addition to the spectacular leaves, the fall months also bring a number of special seasonal events to the area. To help you make the most of your next getaway, Timber Tops Cabin Rentals has put together a guide to five amazing fall festivals in Pigeon Forge TN and the Smoky Mountains.
Snow covered mountains, twinkly lights and plenty amazing holidays, you guessed it; we are talking about winter. No matter where you are in the United States, winter provides you with the season of enchantment. However, nowhere else in the country can compare to the Pigeon Forge area during the winter. Not only is this amazing city beautiful during the winter time, there are also many amazing winter activities in Pigeon Forge that you and your family are definitely going to want to check out during your visit this winter.
The holiday season is a wonderful time of the year for families and friends to come together for a grand celebration. Give your loved ones a truly special surprise this Turkey Day by planning to celebrate Thanksgiving in Pigeon Forge TN. The Great Smoky Mountains provide the perfect backdrop for a fun holiday experience that everyone will be thankful for. Here are seven tips for a great Thanksgiving getaway:
Halloween is just around the corner and soon the ghosts and ghouls will be out to play. On Halloween, there are always great events and parties for you to attend and take part in, and Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge hold true to this tradition. Halloween in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge is guaranteed to knock your socks off at one of these amazing events.
Halloween in Pigeon Forge TN is one of our favorite holidays. Not only does this season invite you and your loved ones to partake in a series of fun and exciting activities that you don’t get to experience every day, it also comes with several opportunities to create long-lasting memories. Whether you prefer to spend your time catching up on scary movies or navigating around a haunted corn maze, we promise you will not be disappointed in the celebration options found during your trip to Pigeon Forge this year.
One of the most beloved Smoky Mountain traditions is returning next year! The 25th annual Wilderness Wildlife Week will bring thousands of visitors to the Smokies for eight days of free workshops, guided hikes, lectures, musical performances, and more. All of the events celebrate the beauty and history of the Great Smoky Mountains and the surrounding region. Timber Tops has put together a convenient guide with everything you need to know about Wilderness Wildlife Week 2015.
Everyone has their own way of celebrating the new year. This year, if you’re planning to celebrate in a Pigeon Forge cabin, take some of these ideas to make your New Year’s Eve party even more fun:
Is there really anything better than driving through Pigeon Forge to see all of the holiday lights while you're on vacation at a Pigeon Forge cabin? We don't think so! This time of year, the Smoky Mountains are covered with millions of Christmas lights across the area, and a number of visitors come to stay in the Smokies just to see the beautiful lights!
This holiday season, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and his friends are joining the Smoky Mountain Christmas festival at Dollywood! The beloved Christmas television classic comes to life as Rudolph, Clarice, Bumble the Abominable Snow Monster, and Yukon Cornelius come to Dollywood for delightful character experiences you won’t find anywhere else.
Anyone who would like to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday in a most unique and entertaining way should plan to attend the Titanic Museum's 3rd annual Fireworks Extravaganza. Read on for everything you need know about this amazing Thanksgiving event in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.