Spend Thanksgiving in Pigeon Forge
The year is starting to wind down and the holiday season has begun. Where will you be spending the holidays? Picture yourself nestled away in the Smoky Mountains in a spacious cabin with breathtaking views, a hot tub, a fireplace, and a home theater. Sound appealing? Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg areas are ideal to spend the holidays. Along with luxury accommodations available near the excitement of downtown, fun festivities can be enjoyed every month! Here are some of the things you can look forward to if you visit this winter.
Ziplines are one of the top attractions in the mountains where you can get the best views zipping through the trees. Many zipline locations are open on Thanksgiving Day. Hiking can be done year-round in the Smoky Mountains. There are a number of trails for beginner to advanced hikers with gorgeous sights. You can read about different trails to try here. Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies is one of the many exciting attractions to enjoy. This location features a glass bottom boat adventure with a shark lagoon, a Pearl Harbor exhibit, a 4 story indoor playground, and hands-on exhibits. Dolly Parton’s theme park Dollywood is open on Thanksgiving Day with rides, shows, and great food to enjoy. Ole Smoky Moonshine offers a taste of the Smokies all year. This Pigeon Forge venue offers a tasting area as well as an outdoor state with daily bluegrass music.
No matter when you decide to visit, the views will not disappoint and there is much to be thankful for. The Smoky Mountains are one of the country’s top attractions and offer fun all year. Now that you have a full itinerary, where will you stay? Cabin Fever Vacations has you covered! Whether you want a cozy home for an intimate stay or a big cabin for several families, we have accommodations for you. You can also choose additional features for your getaway such as a theater room, a hot tub, game room, or heated swimming pool. Browse our luxury Pigeon Forge cabin rentals today and start planning your winter vacation!
Tuesday, October 17, 2017