Cades Cove – The bears are really visible lately!

I believe the best way to see Cades Cove is the 11-mile Loop Road, which is a one-way paved lane where you can ride along and see all of the buildings and historic structures. The Loop Road takes you on a historical tour of early pioneer farms, fields, roads and trails, leaving you with the feeling that you just stepped foot into the history of the mountains.

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Little Pigeon River

  The Little Pigeon River, which got its name because the birds seemed to favor the area, has long been at the center of Pigeon Forge’s beauty and history.  Little Pigeon River is located entirely within Sevier County, Tennessee and is made up of a series of streams which flow together on the dividing line … Continue reading Little Pigeon River

The Tomb

The TOMB is an interactive expedition deep into an ancient Egyptian tomb for 45 minutes of excitement. Your group (about 16 people) will find themselves trapped by the spirit of an ancient Pharaoh and face challenges. To make it out your group must work together to complete the tasks or face the Pharaoh's wrath! This … Continue reading The Tomb

Longest Swinging Bridge in America

Swinging bridges have long been used in the Appalachian Mountains for folks to get from one mountain to another in the shortest amount of time. These bridges are made of steel cable, wood, rock, and a lot of sweat. The fun thing about a swinging bridge is that they really do swing, and while completely … Continue reading Longest Swinging Bridge in America