Moonlight Magic, a log cabin in Pigeon Forge’s beautiful forest setting, is located in Pigeon Forge. The 2,400-square-foot cabin can accommodate up to 7 people and features 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and a total area of 2,400 square feet. The cabin features a deck/patio, and is a cozy log cabin in a beautiful forest setting. The cabin is wood-clad and has a mountain feel. The outdoor hot tub and pool table are a hit with both adults and kids. The main level includes a living, dining, kitchen, full bathroom, queen-sized bedroom, and queen-sized sleeper sofa. Upstairs, you will find a queen-sized bedroom, a full bath with tub, shower, and a twin-sleeper sofa.
Moonlight Magic features include free wifi, gas fire place, mountain view, gas grill, loft and hot tub. There are also 3 televisions with cable, DVD player and washer/dryer. Happy Hollow Road has a free pool/pond. Honeysuckle Meadows Pool/Deli is open daily from May to October 10am to 9pm.
Pigeon Forge offers many activities for all ages. You can test your putting skills at mini-golf, or race to the finish on one of our go-kart tracks. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, take a hike in the Smoky Mountain or enjoy a stroll through one the city parks. Extreme adventurers will love whitewater rafting and zorbing. Pigeon Forge theater performances offer entertainment and music. There are many things to do in Pigeon Forge, including a variety of activities along the Parkway.
Pigeon Forge is one thing. It’s a small, charming town with lots of country charm. It is nestled deep in Tennessee’s mountains, so you can escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy some fresh air while you recharge and relax. Pigeon Forge, on the other hand is a vibrant tourist town that offers everything from museums to world-famous theme parks. It is home to millions of tourists each year and offers plenty to do. Here are just a few of the many things you can do in Pigeon Forge.
Old Mill Square. Pigeon Forge was established in the late 1700s. It has a lot of history. Old Mill Square is one of the best places in town to go back in history. Old Mill Square, which is built around a large wooden gristmill and designed to look exactly as it did when 18th- and 19th-century settlers arrived in Tennessee, is located at the center of Old Mill Square. The square is lined with shops and restaurants, but there are no digital signs. Instead they are housed within charming colonial buildings that have wraparound porches.
The Island. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Pigeon Forge. You will feel as if you have stepped into another city. The central fountain is lit up with colorful lights that create dazzling displays. A gigantic Ferris wheel slowly rumbles above the skyline. There are many cafes, shops, restaurants, rides, and other amenities around every corner.
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