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FireChaser Express Ride Vehicle Debut from Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN 

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Visit My Smokies is excited to announce a live event. On August 21, 2013 Dollywood announced in spring 2014, visitors will be able to experience FireChaser Express, a new family roller coaster. The United States first dual-launch coaster will launch twice, traveling forward and backward on the track. With the 39-inch height requirement, many young children will be able to experience their first roller coaster ride at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, a memory that will last forever. On Tuesday November 19, 2013 at 10:30AM Dollywood will Livestream and event online. You can watch it live on this page at 10:30 AM Est. This is an event you will not want to miss and you can watch it from the comfort of your home or office chair.

Ray of sunlight shining down on the Smoky Mountains at dawnOpening in September of 2013, the LeConte Center will be a new addition to Pigeon Forge. The  232,000 square foot Leconte Center is owned by the city and is located adjacent to the greenway and Riverwalk. It will be a venue for trade shows and competitive events as well as a meeting place for large assemblies. Set against a mountain background, with the ambiance of a Smoky Mountain Lodge, the LeConte Center is eagerly awaited.

Pigeon Forge Cabins On Fire For More Than 24 Hours An afternoon thunderstorm Monday March 18 brought an end to the battle firefighters had been fighting of Pigeon Forge Cabins on fire for more than 24 hours.  The hand of nature with the heavy rainstorm was very welcomed helping to bring an end to the largest fire ever know in the Pigeon Forge area of Sevierville, TN.   Local resources were provided with support reinforcements from nearly 300 firefighters from 50 agencies by the end of the battle; showing the

Sunday evening March 17 Pigeon Forge cabins on fire could be seen from miles away with the mountain side glowing throughout the night. From a cabin fire that is believed to have first started in a the Black Bear Ridge Resort the weather conditions with a warm windy day quickly spread from one neighboring cabin to another changing the landscape of a mountain side overnight.   The Black Bear Ridge Resort and neighboring Trappers Ridge area both were consumed by the Pigeon Forge cabins on fire. The response and action

Pigeon Forge TN calls to mind Dollywood, the Smoky Mountains, and down-home, Southern hospitality. Since 2002, there has been an amazing decade of growth in the region, with numerous changes and renovations that draw residents and visitors from around the nation. City officials have been aggressive in promoting Pigeon Forge TN, using a creative approach to produce revenue throughout the year. Musical attractions are common in the area, drawing crowds at any time of year, while the Great Smoky Mountain National Park has resulted in many resorts popping up

Pigeon Forge Coupons are not exactly scarce, you can find them at welcome centers, visitors centers, many store fronts, and often in restaurant lobbies.  The question is do you want to spend your vacation time stopping to get them, if you are like us you will quickly answer that with an obvious no, but you want to save the money - we understand.  We have all of the best links to get the Pigeon Forge coupons printed before your trip so you can spend your trip just having fun! Not only are

When visiting the Smoky Mountains area you will likely travel the distance from Pigeon Forge to Gatlinburg at least a couple of times during your trip. The ultimate vacation spots in Tennessee is Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, but half the fun is getting there. One of the most scenic highways in the Great Smokey Mountains is between Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg on the highway known as The Parkway TN71S/US441S. This route meanders through forested mountain terrain, following the winding path of the Little Pigeon River. Cascading waters on either