5 Reasons to Spend Spring Break in Pigeon Forge

After months of cold winter weather, people are eager for two things: some sun and some fun outdoors! But rather than fighting for a spot on a crowded beach this spring break, turn your car towards East Tennessee for spring break in Pigeon Forge instead. Not convinced a Smoky Mountain vacation will be the perfect spring break getaway for you? Well, keep reading. We bet you’ll change your mind.

A Change Of Scenery

It is easy to get stuck in the same routine. Again. And again. Mix things up this spring break, and replace your view of a desk with a view of the mountains. Take advantage of the Smoky Mountains—the only free national park in the country. The transition of seasons makes hiking to lookouts and cruising on scenic drives in the Smokies even more memorable and refreshing than ever. Learn more about the region’s nature before you come, so you can point out the different creatures and identify plants when they start to blossom in early April.

Lots of Outdoor Activities

The weather during this time of year is the perfect mixture of cool breezes and summer sun. Breath in some fresh air and enjoy outdoor activities such as biking, camping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking and more! Whether you are appreciating nature or drooling over one of the many cars displayed at the rod runs, we promise you won’t be denied the opportunity for outdoor fun.

Great Deals For Groups

Grab your favorite people and make a trip of it. With so many lodging opportunities for large groups and deals on groups tours and attractions, Pigeon Forge is a great place to spend spring break with your best friends or family. To find the best rates for your group, fill out our group travel inquiry.

Bring Your Swimsuit

You don’t need to be on a beach to play in water this spring break. There are many Pigeon Forge hotels with water parks. Or if you are planning on staying in a cabin, be sure to look for Pigeon Forge cabin rentals with pool access. If your spring break is a little later in the year, you can go white water rafting, tubing, kayaking or even canoeing.

Rest & Relaxation

Everyone anticipates the entertaining dinner shows, outdoor activities and attractions, but there are also so many peaceful and relaxing things to do on spring break in Pigeon Forge too. Imagine taking a quiet nature walk or bike ride on one of the greenways, followed by dinner at a nice restaurant and then cuddling up in a cabin for the evening. The spring blossoms are a refreshing and peaceful way to enjoy your break.

If these 5 reasons to spend spring break in Pigeon Forge didn’t convince you that the Smoky Mountains are better than a crowded beach, look through our photo gallery of past springs. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words. Before you plan your trip this spring break, be sure to check out the list of what’s new in Pigeon Forge.