Three Pigeon Attractions Not To Miss
A visit to Pigeon Forge can be full of fun, adventure, and memory-filled days! From world-class amusement parks to the natural wonderment of the Great Smoky Mountains, its no wonder that Pigeon Forge is a family-favorite destination. With dozens of attractions and things to do, families, couples, and groups will enjoy these three favorites of ours.
The Island in Pigeon Forge
With over 80 shops, restaurants, and attractions, The Island in Pigeon Forge is an entertainment mecca for all ages! This not to be missed Pigeon Forge attraction is home to the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, a 200-foot tall attraction that offers some of the best views of the area, day and night. Visitors to The Island will also find the world-famous Paula Deen Restaurant and store, a true delight of home cooking!
The Old Mill
The Old Mill in Pigeon Forge is another must-do on your Pigeon Forge vacation. A place to enjoy authentic Smoky Mountain traditions, The Old Mill is a great place to shop crafts and artesian items, savor real mountain food, and take in a piece of living history at the working grist mill and General Store. Take home freshly ground cornmeal, signature corn chowder mix, and so much more at this fun stop on your adventure!
Parrot Mountain is a bird preserve that allows visitors to interact with rare birds. Nestled on four acres of landscaped gardens, Parrot Mountain is a paradise in the Smoky Mountains that you won’t want to miss. See an endangered Moluccan Cockatoo, visit with a Black-Throated Magpie, marvel at the colors of the Lorikeet, and listen to the sounds of the Rosella. A bird paradise in a Garden of Eden setting!
Don’t wait to book your vacation to Pigeon Forge. Summer is a popular time to visit the Great Smoky Mountains and our cabins book FAST. Call 877-429-9604 or visit our website at https://www.mountainaircabinrentals.com to find the perfect cabin for your Pigeon Forge vacation.
Mountain Air Cabin Rentals vacation homes are located throughout the Smoky Mountains: Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Wears Valley. We are close to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Dollywood, Ripley's Aquarium, many dinner shows and theaters, local arts and crafts, and a variety of other activities.