Things To Do With A Group In Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge, Tennessee lets your group stretch their legs and try something exciting and new. After all, many of the attractions in Pigeon Forge are better as a group. The more, the merrier! To inspire you to come to Pigeon Forge with your group, here are some of the best things to do with a group in Pigeon Forge to make your planning easier.


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Rent A Big Cabin

Keep your whole party under one roof by renting a big cabin. Typically, big cabins will provide everything you need from large kitchens to game rooms, swimming pools, bunk beds, porches, mountain views and more. Eliminate the need to drive back and forth to gather everyone and never have to worry about being on opposite ends of the hotel. Save time and keep everyone close by while you visit.

Tour The Smoky Mountains

Scout groups, outdoor clubs, youth groups and clubs of all ages enjoy getting away to the Smoky Mountains to get back in touch with nature. From group hikes to historical tours to special activities like rock climbing or horseback riding, park officials and outdoor guide companies love hosting groups for Smoky Mountain retreats. Go camping or spend the night in a cabin to take advantage of group rates.

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Get Group Discounts At Attractions

If you're looking for activities do that everyone will love, consider the exciting attractions at Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center. Groups of 15 or more can save up to 40% on the wax museum plus Castle Of Chaos, Hannah's Maze Of Mirrors, and Outbreak - Dread The Undead. You're going to want to purchase an All Access Pass to get the most fun for the best value around. Check with the group sales offices at attractions like Alcatraz East Crime Museum and Goats on the Roof to find more discounts.

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Take An Educational Field Trip

Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies is a fascinating and fun learning experience for school children, and they offer special group outings that include spending the night in the aquarium. Another popular field trip for students is to the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge where students can learn about the most luxuriously opulent ship to grace the ocean and its ill-fated maiden voyage. For younger kids, try the fun & interactive Wonderworks museum.

Make A Weekend Of It

From business retreats to club outings or just a simple gathering of friends, Pigeon Forge, TN has plenty to keep large groups busy for several days. Go on tours of local moonshine distilleries or wineries. Enjoy team building events at The Escape Game or Crave Golf Club. Take over a go-kart track at the Rockin’ Raceway or Speed Zone Fun Park.

Catch A Show

Pigeon Forge shows are a great way to spend time together and enjoy great entertainment. No matter what your group size, the shows and theaters in the area can accommodate you and often will offer you a discount! Laugh together at the Comedy Barn Theater, solve a crime at the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Dinner Show or watch the competition unfold at Lumberjack Feud.

Get The Best Group Deals

When planning, make sure to ask about group rates and any special packages available for the activities you plan to do. Keep in mind that no matter what you decide to do, there are hotels and cabin rentals in Pigeon Forge that can make your stay more affordable than you imagined.

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Take a Scenic Drive

One of the best free things to do with a group is to take a scenic drive. There are many popular routes to explore, including Cades Cove, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Newfound Gap Road and Roaring Fork Motor Trail. Along the way, try to spot wildlife, pull off and check out scenic overlooks as you drive. Load up in a few vehicles and explore the scenic Smoky Mountains as a group on your next trip.

Need more ideas to help you plan? Check out our guides for team building trips, church retreats, family reunions and sports tournaments for more ideas.