Pigeon Forge Tubing

What do you think of when you hear Pigeon Forge tubing? You might see yourself relaxing on a hot day in a big yellow intertube floating leisurely down a river; or perhaps your version of Pigeon Forge tubing is propelling down a snowy hill indoors. Regardless of the season, you can even tube down a 500 foot hill with a 70 foot drop - no water or snow involved. Check out some of your options for Pigeon Forge tubing below.

Smoky Mountain River Rat

Multiple Locations

Splash into the Smokies’ ONLY hub with both top-notch Tubing and heart-pumping Whitewater Rafting! Since 1995, Smoky Mountain River Rat specializes in making lasting memories, so grab your swim shoes and get ready to vacation as nature intended in Mother Nature’s Water Parks.... [Business Info]

Ober Mountain

1001 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN 37738

Welcome to the scenic year-round world of Ober Mountain Adventure Park and Ski Area. A mountaintop of fun, excitement and beauty high above Gatlinburg, Tennessee is waiting for you! Ober Mountain Ski Area & Amusement Park is Tennessee's only ski area and a favorite year-r... [Business Info]

Rowdy Bear Mountain Adventure Park

2155 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863

Rowdy Bear’s Smoky Mountain Snowpark is home to the largest outdoor tubing hill in Tennessee! The tubing hill is 500 feet long with a 70 foot drop and offers both snow tubing (with REAL snow!) and summer tubing. There are a total of 11 tubing lanes and two Magic Carpet Conveyor... [Business Info]

Pigeon Forge Snow

2533 Teaster Lane, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863

Pigeon Forge Snow is the first indoor snow facility in the entire United States that offers REAL snow all year long. It uses state of the art snowmaking technology to transform its 35,000 square ft. indoor facility into a winter wonderland, complete with up to 12 lanes of snow tu... [Business Info]

Whether you are tubing down a lazy river or experiencing the exhilaration of tubing down a snowy mountain, Pigeon Forge and the Smoky Mountains offer visitors this fun experience year round. If you are looking for something a little more natural, head out to one of the top swimming holes in the Smoky Mountains. You can beat a cool swim on a hot Smoky Mountain summer day!

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