Take a look inside the Homey Smokies vacation cabin with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths located within Alpine Mountain Village Resort in the heart of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The cabin is close to the Parkway (1 mile), Dollywood (4 miles), Downtown Gatlinburg (8 miles), the Smoky Mountain National Park, and Ober Ski Resort (11 miles) all within a short distance of the cabin. This newer cabin is located in a beautiful wooded location. During your vacation stay you can enjoy relaxing in a private hot tub and spacious decks. Inside, you can spread out in the open-concept living space. Enjoy three parking spots as well as convenient access to the cabin. The cabin is about 1 mile from The Parkway, 4 miles to Dollywood, and 8 miles to downtown Gatlinburg, as well as the new observation bridge, the largest in North America. The cabin is 11 miles from the Smoky Mountain National Park and the Ober Ski Resort.
Pigeon Forge has plenty of things to see and do. During your vacation stay at the cabin you might test your putting skills with a game of mini-golf or race to the finish at one of our go-kart tracks. If you are an outdoors enthusiast, go on an adventure in the Smoky Mountains or spend an afternoon strolling through one of the city parks. For extreme adventurists, there is whitewater rafting or zorbing. Enjoy music performances and entertainment at Pigeon Forge theater shows. You can also discover an array of fun along the Parkway and even more things to do in Pigeon Forge to keep the whole family entertained.
On one hand, Pigeon Forge is a sleepy, old-fashioned kind of town with lots of country charm. It’s nestled deep in the mountains of Tennessee, so it’s a place where you can escape the busy city life and breathe in some fresh air as you relax and recharge. On the other hand, Pigeon Forge is also an exciting tourist town filled with everything from museums to world-famous amusement parks. It welcomes millions of visitors each year and provides plenty to do. The following are just a couple of the things to do in Pigeon Forge.
Old Mill Square. Pigeon Forge was founded in the late 1700s, so it has plenty of history. One of the best places to go back in time is Old Mill Square. Centered around a big wooden gristmill, Old Mill Square is designed to look just like it did when 18th and 19th-century settlers found their way to Tennessee. You’ll find shops and restaurants lining the square, but without digital signs, instead, they are housed in quaint colonial buildings with wraparound porches.
The Island. It’s one of the premier tourist attractions of Pigeon Forge, and it will make you wonder if you’ve stepped into a new city entirely. Here you will find colored lights with dazzling displays at the central water fountain. There is a gigantic Ferris wheel that slowly rumbles over the skyline. You’ll also find plenty of cafes, stores, restaurants, rides, and games on every corner.