Handicap Accessible Hotels in Pigeon Forge

Sometimes it can be challenging to find handicap accessible hotels and equipped accommodations while traveling. However, to make your research and planning easier, we have compiled a list of handicap accessible hotels and motels in the Pigeon Forge area that have handicap friendly lodging.

Pigeon Forge Hotels With Handicap Friendly Rooms Available:


Creekstone Inn

Unwind and let your cares float away at Creekstone Inn. Every room features a balcony overlooking the Little Pigeon River, bringing you the soft so… [+ More]

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Country Cascades

From the time you arrive until the moment your head touches one of our comfy pillows, you’ll know you’ve found your favorite vacation get… [+ More]

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The Resort at Governor’s Crossing

If you’re looking for a family-friendly lodging for your next Pigeon Forge vacation, consider checking in at the Resort at Governor’s Crossing. T… [+ More]

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Greystone Lodge On The River

Turn your Great Smoky Mountain vacation into a restful retreat by checking in at the Greystone Lodge at the Aquarium. Located on the banks of the Lit… [+ More]

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Willow Brook Lodge

Simple country styling and chic luxury meet at the Willow Brook Lodge, a family-friendly boutique-style Pigeon Forge hotel in the heart of the Great … [+ More]

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The Lodge At Five Oaks

The NEW Lodge at Five Oaks has just opened across from Tanger Outlet Center, and boasts rustic farmhouse decor, relics that date back generations, an… [+ More]

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Park Grove Inn

From the moment you arrive, you are a valued guest. Newly remodeled family suites make this a great choice for staying the heart of Pigeon Forge acti… [+ More]

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All Season Suites

All Season Suites is your home away from home in Pigeon Forge. With the Smoky Mountains as a backdrop, All Season Suites has all of the country charm… [+ More]

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The Inn on the River

On the Parkway in the heart of Pigeon Forge. Our newly renovated hotel and 128 newly renovated guest rooms on the banks of the Little Pigeon River. N… [+ More]

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ADA Compliance

Under the ADA, hotels, motels, inns and other places of lodging designed or constructed after January 26, 1993, must be usable by persons with disabilities. But what does this mean? Some examples include:

  • A minimum number of handicap accessible parking spaces, space and access to the property
  • Accessible routes that allows persons who use wheelchairs or other mobility aids to enter the property and navigate the property without steep slope, steps or level changes
  • Automatic doors
  • Doors with clear passage width, accessible hardware
  • Elevators
  • Signage for the visually impaired
  • Visual Fire Alarm
  • Guest room/restroom accessibility
  • Accessibility to property amenities such as the restaurants, swimming pool, etc.
  • For more information please visit the ADA website

No matter where you choose to stay, the Pigeon Forge area has a variety of options sure to meet your every needs and ensure you have a wonderful stay!