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Pigeon Forge is a mountain resort city bordering the iconic Great Smoky Mountains National Park and its attractions.
Pigeon Forge takes its name from a historic iron forge, established by pioneer Isaac Love in 1820, on the Little Pigeon River, named for the multitude of passenger pigeons (now extinct) that flocked to the river banks.
Although named a prime destination for tourists and people from all over the region because of the concentration of entertainment venues, restaurants, and shopping locations, Pigeon Forge is still home to more than 7,000 permanent residents.
Served by US 441, US 321, and connecting to I-40 through Sevierville via TN-66, Pigeon Forge is within a day's drive of almost two thirds of the United States.
The broad valley, occupied by Pigeon Forge, provides the perfect location for restaurants, theaters, shopping malls, and other attractions. The city has more than 10,000 lodging units, so the population expands incredibly according to the popularity of various seasons.
Dollywood, which is inside Pigeon Forge, is Tennessee's most visited tourist attraction. Of course, Dolly Parton, who built Dollywood and has provided many other wonderful features to her indigenous home, is Pigeon Forge and Sevier County's most famous celebrity, other than perhaps the first governor of Tennessee, John Sevier.
Readily accessible to the residents of Pigeon Forge are numerous shopping locations and entertainment attractions as well as the local golf programs, and the amenities of the fantastic Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In addition, top-level professional and college sports (Go Vols) are within easy driving distance.
Lake activities are easily accessible as well with the many lakes in East Tennessee. Douglas Lake, a local favorite, is just a short drive from Pigeon Forge.
Schools are provided and governed by the Sevier County School System. Pigeon Forge is served by Walter State Community College, a branch of which is located in next-door Sevierville. Other college education opportunities such as the University of Tennessee in Knoxville are readily available. UT is about a 45-minute drive from Pigeon Forge.
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