Top 5 Attractions in Pigeon Forge for Toddlers
Pigeon Forge rolls out the red carpet and VIP treatment for its little guest too! The city is known as the Center of Fun in the Smokies because it is an affordable, family-friendly destination with fun for all ages, even the toddlers. Some of the area attractions have designated areas that are specifically geared towards the little guests. Be sure to check out these top 5 things to do with toddlers on your next visit to Pigeon Forge.
Top Jump Indoor Trampoline Park has a Kid’s Zone that is designed to be a safe play area for the younger ones. They can play in the ball pit, bounce around in the free jump area, slide down the slides over and over, jump into the foam pit, and best of all, no big kids are allowed! Parents can relax and the little ones can have some fun of their own.
2. The Track
The Track has an area just for kids ages 8 and under. Here you will find a carousel, the Rio Grande train, as well as other amusement park rides designed for this age group. For those that are at least 3 foot tall, they can enjoy being a passenger with mom or dad on the bumper cars and blaster boats.
Wonderworks is another great attraction geared towards fun for the whole family. While it does not have a specific area just for the little ones, toddlers will love making bubbles in the bubble lab, creating pictures on the giant size Light Brite, or making music on the giant floor piano. The little daredevils may also like climbing the rock wall.
Pigeon Forge Snow has brought year round snow to the area and what kid does not enjoy making a snowman? Their Snow Play area is for all ages to enjoy playing in the snow and making forts, snow angels, or whatever else they can imagine. For the youngsters that are at least 38 inches tall and 3 years old, they can even enjoy snow tubing down the hill. The indoors temps are a comfortable 60-70 degrees so there is no need to worry about bundling up to stay warm!
5. Patriot Park
Patriot Park is a great place to hang out and enjoy the outdoors. The little ones will love feeding the ducks or watching them float along the Little Pigeon River. There is plenty of grassy areas for running around, playing catch, flying a kite, or throwing a frisbee. Make it an extra special day by laying out a blanket and enjoying a picnic lunch together.
Toddlers can have fun, too, in Pigeon Forge!!