Drivers can take a break from navigating busy streets and parking lots once they get to Sevier County thanks to the public trolley systems. The Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg trolleys are a fun, efficient and economical way to get to Dollywood and other Sevier County attractions, restaurants and malls and stores. You’ll also save money on parking at attractions and in downtown Gatlinburg!
Travel through Sevierville and Pigeon Forge on the Fun Time Trolley, and then transfer to a city trolley for a visit to Gatlinburg. While subject to change, trolleys typically run every 15-45 minutes depending on your destination.
Pigeon Forge Trolley
The Pigeon Forge trolleys travel to more than 200 official stops throughout Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville. The official Pigeon Forge Trolley Office is located at 186 Old Mill Ave. in Pigeon Forge. When you ride the trolley, you won’t have to worry about navigating through traffic or finding parking! Not only does it save you stress, but the trolley saves you money as well! Individual routes range from $1 to $2.50 per rider, but you can purchase an all-day pass for only $3 and ride the trolley as many times as you want throughout the day! Children 3 and under are free.
Pigeon Forge Fun Time Trolley routes include:
- North Parkway
- South Parkway
- Gatlinburg Welcome Center
- Dolly’s Splash Country
- Wears Valley
To view Pigeon Forge trolley routes and fares, click here.
Gatlinburg Trolleys operate on a daily basis, serving patrons 365 days a year, providing an easy, free way to get around Gatlinburg. No fares or fees are collected for riders on the transit system. Visitors in the area can board a Trolley at any stop in the City and be off to their destination. All Trolleys stop at the Mass Transit Center, which is located at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies.
The Gatlinburg Trolley can also be used as an easy way to get into downtown without the hassle of driving into the City and finding a parking spot. You can use the Park N Ride Lot at the Gatlinburg Welcome Center, located at 1011 Banner Road in Gatlinburg, just off of the Spur just before entering town, board a trolley and be in downtown Gatlinburg in a matter of minutes.
The Trolley system has three routes, which serves the downtown Gatlinburg area, as well as US Highway 441 and US Highway 321/East Parkway, in addition to the Arts and Crafts community on Glades and Buckhorn Roads.
For more information on the Gatlinburg Trolley System, click here.