Spanning 23 acres, The Island in Pigeon Forge has a diverse selection of attractions, restaurants, and shops. The biggest draw to this destination is the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, which is 200 feet tall and features all-glass gondolas that provide a panoramic view of the mountains.
Overlooking the city, Ober Gatlinburg is open all year with amusements galore. It’s popular for the Aerial Tramway, which soars at 1,500 feet for 2.1 miles, giving you an amazing scenic view of the city and the Great Smoky Mountains.
Another iconic landmark in Gatlinburg is the 407-foot Space Needle. The observation deck gives you a 360-degree view of the city and surrounding mountains.
With some of the most memorable & beautiful views of the city, SkyLift Park was the first all-year scenic chairlift in the South and has become a landmark. The SkyLift takes you up 500 feet to the summit of Crockett Mountain.
There’s no better way to experience the Smokies than to visit Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Whether you’re biking or hiking in the Smoky Mountains, you should wear comfortable, sturdy shoes, and always check the weather ahead of time.