The Island in Pigeon Forge
Recomendado por 73 habitantes del lugar ·
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The Island in Pigeon Forge is filled with attractions, shops, restaurants, music, and a 200-foot-tall observation wheel! The Island in Pigeon Forge is also a great performance area for bands and choral group.
Neat outdoor area with shopping, Ferris Wheel, fountain light show, Paula Dean's restaurant, Margaritaville, and more!
Tons of shopping and food and fun things for the kids! The big ferris wheel is a must-do!
Little amusement park in Pigeon Forge. Nice family fun! Has carousel for little ones.
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