Parks-Recreational-Areas Plan Your Visit Ask an Insider! Best Of Pigeon Forge Major Attractions Gatlinburg TN Sevierville TN Parks & Recreational Areas Group Travel Pigeon Forge Itineraries Off the Beaten Path Save Money! What’s New In Pigeon Forge Maps & Directions Community Resources Join Our E-Newsletter Pigeon Forge FAQ’s Pigeon Forge Weather History Of Pigeon Forge Life of Dolly Parton Wilderness Wildlife Week Get Our E-Newsletter!Sign up to get vacation tips, deals and more! Pigeon Forge Riverwalk Greenway – The new Pigeon Forge Greenway runs alongside the Little Pigeon River. Pigeon Forge Greenway Trail stretches four miles and connects one end of town to the other. Three main entrances onto the bike trail can be found at: Patriot Park Jake Thomas Road Butler Street at Ashley Avenue Patriot Park The park is a large open space ideal for festivals. A walking trail lined with flagpoles featuring flags from all 50 states surrounds the park, which also features an historic missile, a large model of the Liberty Bell, and in the winter, Winterfest displays. Adjacent to Patriot Park is the historic Old Mill built in 1830. A pavillion with 14 picnic tables and four electrical outlets may be reserved by calling 865-429-7373. A large gazebo overlooking the Little Pigeon River may also be reserved, however a liability release form must be obtained and filed with the Pigeon Forge Department of Parks and Recreation. Call 865-429-7373 for details. Patriot Park is also the central hub of the Fun Time Trolley. Wear Farm City Park Wear Farm City Park, located at 623 Wears Valley Road, is a brand new 118 acre zone to replace the former park entitled “City Park.” This beautiful space is a great multi-purpose area that is equipped with pavilions, playgrounds, ball fields and more. From sports teams to family reunions, large groups are delighted to enjoy this spacious and well-equipped park. Reservations are required for most large events and activities. Please consult the Pigeon Forge Department of Parks and Recreation at (865) 429-7373. Pigeon Forge City Park Pigeon Forge City Park was formerly located next to Pigeon Forge Community Center. The new park is now entitled “Wear Farm City Park” and located at 623 Wears Valley Road. For more information, call (865) 429-7373. Pigeon Forge Community Center This 86,000 square foot facility includes basketball and racquetball courts as well as a 5,000 square foot fitness center and indoor jogging circuit. The center is home to both an indoor and outdoor pool, and also a bowling center. Childcare is available for guests of the Pigeon Forge Community Center. For more information, contact the Pigeon Forge Department of Parks and Recreation. Street Address: 170 Community Center Drive Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 37863 Phone: 865-429-7373 Parks in Gatlinburg Mills Park Mills Park is a large park convenient to the East Parkway in Gatlinburg. It is accessed from U.S. 321 at stoplight number 3 to Mills Park Road. The park features a pavilion with public restrooms and a fireplace. The pavilion may be reserved by calling the Gatlinburg Community Center at (865) 436-4990. Mills Park also features two children’s play areas, a basketball court, soccer field, and 400 meter track. Mills park is within walking distance of the Gatlinburg Community Center. Mynatt Park Mynatt Park is centrally located in Gatlinburg. It is situated just outside of the National Park boundary. This streamside park is one of Gatlinburg’s designated Children’s Fishing Areas. No individual over 12 years of age is permitted to fish at Mynatt Park. Amenities at Mynatt Park include a covered Pavillion with public restrooms, numerous picnic tables and grills, basketball and tennis courts, a basevall fields, and a playground area for children. Mynatt Park is located on Asbury Lane in Gatlinburg. North Gatlinburg Park North Gatlinburg Park, now known as Holt Park, is a quiet park on the banks of the West Prong of the Little Pigeon River. The park features a covered pavillion with public restrooms. This riverside park is also a designated Children’s Fishing Area for children under 12 years of age. The park features picnic tables and grills as well as a children’s playground. This park is also unique in that it is home to Gatlinburg’s trout fish facility which rears trout for release into local waters. Gatlinburg Community Center The Gatlinburg Community Center features an indoor swimming pool, a bowling center, tennis and racquetball courts, a fitness center, and a skate park for skateboards and other skate equipment. Phone: (865) 436-4990 Pavilion Reservations Phone: (865) 436-4990 Fees:The Gatlinburg City Commission provides free usage of the covered pavilions to Gatlinburg residents. For anyone not living in Gatlinburg,fees apply: Mynatt, Mills Park, Holt Park 0-4 hours – $25.00 4 + hours – $35.00 0-4 hours – $35.00 4 + hours – $45.00 Parks in Sevierville Memorial River Trail Greenway The memorial river trail greenway is a riverside park featuring a walking trail along the water’s edge. The beautifully landscaped greenway adjoins the Paine Memorial Park with picnic tables and a gazebo. Benches line the walking trail for enjoyment of the scenery along the river, which includes numerous migratory birds and other waterfowl. The greenway passes the McMahan Burial Mound in Sevierville before continuing on a boardwalk to the Great Smoky Mountains Parkway Bridge over the Little Pigeon River in Sevierville. At the bridge, the greenway continues to Sevierville City Park through a forested area and across a small covered bridge. How to find it: Look for a parking area between the Landmark Inn and the Shoney’s on Forks of the River Parkway. A second parking area is just west of the bridge on Chapman Highway in Sevierville, past the Walgreens and Farmer’s Co-op. Sevierville City Park The Sevierville City Park is home to the Mt. Ton O’ Fun children’s playground. The large playground is not the average playground; it is a 20,000 square foot wooden adventure zone! It features nets to climb on, a treehouse, space ship, slides, and a climbing wall as well as less exotic play equipment like swings and monkeybars. The entire playground is fenced in for the safety of all children. Sevierville City Park also features pavilions with public restrooms. Picnic tables and grills in a wooded area adjacent to a river are ideal for cookouts. Soccer and baseball fields as well as basketball and tennis courts are available. To reserve a pavillion, call (865) 453-5441. How to find it: From Pigeon Forge, take U.S. 441 North into Sevierville. Take a right on Park Road and drive about three miles. Sevierville City Park is about three miles down the road on the left. Forks-of-Pigeon-River Historical Park This park was created in 1976 to celebrate America’s Bicentennial celebration. The park allows visitors to pay respects to the honored dead of Sevier County, many of whom were veterans of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. This park is the final resting place for many of Sevier County’s founding leaders. The park features a walking trail and a seating area with benches overlooking the Little Pigeon River. How to find it: From Pigeon Forge, take U.S. 441 North into Sevierville. The park is situated at the northeast corner of the intersection of Hwy 448, 441, and 411. A parking area is available. Sevierville Community Center The Sevierville Community center features bowling, racquetball, basketball, an indoor swimming pool, and a fitness center for aerobic and weight training. For more information about the Sevierville Community Center, contact the Sevierville Parks and Recreation Department at 453-5441. Parks at Douglas Lake Douglas Reservoir Picnic Area and Pavilion The Douglas Reservoir Picnic area features public restrooms and views of Doublas Lake and The Great Smoky Mountains. Picnic Tables and grills are plentiful. Douglas Dam Headwater Campground Phone:(423-587-5600) This campground features 65 campsites, 61 with water and electric hookup and two handicapped-accessible sites. Rest rooms with heated showers and flush toilets dump station picnic tables swimming beach boat ramp walking trail wildlife viewing area bird-watching. Directions: Near Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg, From Interstate 40 take exit 407. Go south on S.R. 66 then 3.5 miles east on S.R. 139, then 2.5 miles south on S.R.. 338, then follow signs 1 mile north to campground. Douglas Dam Tailwater Campground Phone: (423-587-5600) This campground features 64 campsites, 30 with water and electric hookup and two handicapped-accessible sites. Rest rooms with heated showers and flush toilets children’s play equipment picnic tables and grills, group pavilion available by reservation boat ramp, river fishing with fishing pier, bait and tackle shop wildlife viewing area bird-watching Directions: Near Sevierville and Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg, Tenn. From Interstate 40 take exit 407. Go South on Hwy. 66, then 3.5 miles east on Hwy. 139, then 0.5 miles south on Hwy. 338 to campground. Trotter Bluff Small Wildlife Area This Wildlife Area features walking trails through 30 acres of mature hardwood forest, limestone sinkholes, spring wildflowers, and vistas of the dam and tailwaters. Directions: Near Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg, Tenn. From Interstate 40 take exit 407. Go south on Hwy. 66 then 3.5 miles east on Hwy. 139, then 2.5 miles south on Hwy. 338, then follow signs 1 mile north to campground. Douglas Dam Tailwater Campground: This is a self-service campground (423-587-5600). Recreation opportunities: 64 campsites, 30 with water and electric hookup and two handicapped-accessible sites. Rest rooms with heated showers and flush toilets, children’s play equipment, picnic tables and grills, group pavilion available by reservation, boat ramp, river fishing with fishing pier, bait and tackle shop, wildlife viewing area, bird-watching Directions: Near Sevierville and Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg, Tenn. From Interstate 40 take exit 407. Go South on Hwy. 66, then 3.5 miles east on Hwy. 139, then 0.5 miles south on Hwy. 338 to campground. Douglas Reservoir Overlook The upper overlook boasts a commanding view of the Great Smoky Mountains and Douglas Reservoir. The lower overlook has a good view of Douglas Dam and the French Broad River basin. Both are accessed from Highway 338, follow the posted signs.