Spring break will be here before you know it. Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are the top travel destinations you can drive to in the great state of Tennessee! You can’t go wrong taking a vacation here at least once a year. You’ll even drive through breathtaking scenery on the way! 

If you’re struggling with your spring break itinerary, we’ve got your back. Here are our top recommendations for spring break activities in the foothills of The Smokies! 


  1. Crave Golf Club

They have over 18,500 square feet of space at Crave Golf Club in Pigeon Forge. There are two courses with 19 candy-themed holes in each, both indoor and on the roof which are both fully handicap accessible. They also created a new “Crave Style” way to play. At each score card stand, each player must complete the hole, while performing the action for their chosen icon. Hold on tight – things will get wacky!

  • Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud Supper Show

Don’t spend your Spring Break cooped up in the cabin! Enjoy America’s only Supper show, consisting of a BBQ sandwich, baked beans, coleslaw, cookie and drink of choice. The most affordable dinner show in all of Pigeon Forge is at Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud Supper Show. This is the rowdiest competition in the Smokies between two feuding families at the Lumberjack Feud show. Witness authentic Lumberjack competitions including boom running, speed climbing, axe throwing, and more! 

Ready for an adventure unlike any other? Channel your inner flannel and compete for yourself in the events the lumberjacks do! Check out this webpage for all the info about the ropes course, loggersports, and the Flying Ox zipline coaster! 

  • Blake Jones Racing Center 

Blake Jones Racing Center features one of the few covered Figure 8 Slick Tracks in the area and the only indoor Electric Go-Karts and Spin Zone Bumper Cars. Rain or shine it’s always Racing Time at Blake Jones Racing Center. When you’re looking for things to do in Pigeon Forge, be sure to visit Blake Jones on the Parkway for a fast, racing good time.

  • Flyaway Indoor Skydiving

Flyaway Indoor Skydiving gives you the experience of flying without the fear of jumping from a plane or falling out of the sky. At Flyaway, America’s first vertical wind tunnel, you can break the bonds of gravity and body fly. Flyaway Indoor Skydiving gives you the chance to test your skills of human flight during a single flight session. Each year, thousands achieve the dream of body flight in America’s first indoor skydiving facility in Pigeon Forge. No experience is necessary, they teach you all you need to know to body fly indoors.

  • Island

The Island in Pigeon Forge offers families affordable fun night and day. Showcased by The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, a 200-foot-high observation wheel, and the multi- million dollar show fountain, the Island provides the area’s newest shopping, dining and entertainment options in the East Tennessee area.

  • TopJump

While TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena has the standard trampoline park activities like open jump, they also have other attractions you have never experienced before; including Cliffhanger climbing challenges, Boneyard Stunt Tower, AirStrike Dodgeball, brand-new Fire & Ice Ninja Course, and so much more. At TopJump, there is a 5,000 square foot arcade, and if you need a burst of energy, they have Sugar Rush Candy Store to satisfy any sweet tooth!

  • Toy Box Mini Golf

Immerse yourself in a toy-themed wonderland! Toy Box Mini Golf will bring back memories from your childhood and excite the kids, too! With fighting bots, a tumbling block tower, giant dinosaur, and games along the way, you’re going to have a blast here with us. A new exciting feature is the Laser Maze. Can you make it out without tripping the alarm? And don’t forget we are a full-fledged toy + candy store, too! 


We are thrilled that you’ve decided to spend your spring break here in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains! Have a wonderful time and be sure to check these awesome attractions out!