pumpkin farm, corn maze, petting zoo, slides, swings, corn hole, a bounce pillow and much more
Claiming to be the region’s largest indoor aquatic attraction, this water park resort boasts family-friendly accommodations as well as an expansive indoor water park. You do not have to be staying at the resort to enjoy the park. Day and week passes can be purchased separately.
This botanical garden provides a self-guided tour that identifies 73 species of trees, many of which are flowering in the appropriate season. There are also a variety of seasonal flowers along the paved walking path. This garden is free to the public.
This brand new family resort and indoor water park may take over as largest indoor park, when it opens in 2017.
This center features a large swimming pool as well as a feature filled splash pad. Daily and 25 visit passes can be purchased for a nominal fee.
This location features both indoor and outdoor water attractions, including a lazy river, indoor and outdoor water slides and a toddler zone. The water park is reserved for resort guests only. If you’re local, there’s no reason why you can’t treat yourself to a little 1 night stay.
In addition to a variety of apples, homemade apple cider, and apple products, the Apple Barn boats several other attractions including a winery, country restaurant, general store and more!
Cider Making Demonstration: You and your family can watch the cider making process all throughout the fall, starting just after Labor Day. The process it split up over several days, so you will need to choose which day you’d like to visit. On Thursday, the apples are juiced, and Friday the juice is placed into jugs.
This science-based indoor amusement park provides over 35,000 square feet of educational entertainment. The center also includes a ropes course, laser tag, and magic show. In addition to day passes, this facility hosts group events and birthday parties. The entire facility can also be rented for large events.
This museum features interactive exhibits and artifacts from the actual Titanic. The museum itself is made to look just like the real ship, including the grand staircase!
- No breakfast
- Average lunch price $12/adults, $5/kids
- Average dinner price $15/adults, $5/kids
This farm-to-table gem is popular with the locals. Everything served at this restaurant is made from scratch daily, even the bread! Here you can order all your American favorites including wings, burgers, salads, sandwiches, beer, wine, cocktails, and more! Many menu items are given a distinctive southern twist including the pimento burger and blackberry sweet tea. As one might expect, the beer cheese fondue with pretzel dippers is hands down the fan favorite menu item. YUM!
- No breakfast
- Average lunch/dinner price $11/adults, $5/kids
This Pigeon Forge restaurant is a favorite among locals for it’s delicious food and affordable prices. The menu consists of appetizers, burgers, wings, and a variety of other hot sandwiches/wraps. They also offer a large selection of beer on tap.