Pigeon Forge, TN, USA

Pigeon Forge, TN, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 5,486 vacation rentals near Pigeon Forge. From 3,939 cabins to 897 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Pigeon Forge for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Pigeon Forge—it's anything but for the birds

Pack your camera and bust out that drawl, y'all—you're headed to Pigeon Forge! Just a few miles north of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pigeon Forge is a laid-back mountain town with a distinctly southern vibe. Visitors flock to the area for its wealth of country music, scenic natural beauty, and family-friendly theme parks, while shopping enthusiasts will also find plenty of gift stores and southern-themed boutiques in the area. With a Pigeon Forge vacation rental, you'll be transported to a simpler time in the heart of Appalachia.

Knock one out of the Parkway in Pigeon Forge

Just a few minutes' drive down Highway 441—known locally as just "The Parkway"—the Great Smoky Mountains National Park boasts more than half a million acres of preserved wilderness. Straddling the Smokies and the Blue Ridge Mountains, the park features wooded mountain slopes, plenty of campsites, and hundreds of miles of hiking trails, including 70 miles of the famed Appalachian Trail. And once you've had your fill of majestic natural splendor, you can find plenty of shops and eateries back in town.

Say "Hello, Dolly" to Pigeon Forge, TN

Despite its small-town feel, there's plenty going on around your Pigeon Forge vacation rental. You can check out the rides and adjacent water park at Dollywood, an Appalachian-themed amusement park founded by country singer and area native Dolly Parton. At another of the singer's properties, the Dixie Stampede dinner theater, you can find live entertainment and real down-home dining, together at last. Looking for even more country music? Then head to the Smoky Mountain Opry, where you'll find high-concept—and high-energy—performances that are a hit with visitors of all ages.

Pigeon Forge—a happening town all year round

Thanks to its humid subtropical climate, Pigeon Forge has hot summers, cold winters, and cool, crisp intermediate seasons, with plenty of precipitation all year round. Summer highs average around 85ºF in July and August, while winter temperatures range from the upper 20s to the low 50s between December and February. High temps in the spring and fall tend to fall in the low-to-mid 70s. Since it's a popular summer vacation destination for families with school-age kids, you'll find that prices for Pigeon Forge vacation rentals tend to be lower during the slower, chillier winter months.

Running up those hills in scenic Pigeon Forge

Nestled amid foothills just a few miles from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pigeon Forge is a nature lover's paradise. In the park, you'll find more than 522,000 acres of scenic natural beauty, with plenty of old-growth forests and a number of mountain peaks that climb past the 6,000-foot mark. It's also home to numerous species of wildlife, including otters, bobcats, foxes, and beavers, as well as a sizeable population of black bears. There are a number of rivers and streams in the area, too, and fishing, canoeing, and kayaking are also popular.