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Three places for fun in Pigeon Forge

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posted April 27, 2019
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Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, is a city for the energetic, and it packs just as much energy into its many attractions, restaurants and lodging accommodations.

TopJump Trampoline, Crave Golf Club & Lumberjack Feud is a new NTA member offering up multiple attractions in the area, all of which are perfect places for student groups to have fun with lots of options and activities.

“We are always adding, changing and evolving. This year, for example, we added a virtual reality experience that is only one of four of this type of system in the world,” says General Manager Holly Sturdivant. “Our state-of-the-art ninja course was strategically created by masters in the industry, and our massive candy store was designed by master sweet tooth junkies: our owners Chris and Chucky.”

Some of the options include:

TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena

Sevier County’s first trampoline park, located at the foot of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, offers a safe and extreme adventure for all ages. Groups can find 21 Cliffhanger climbing challenges, a Boneyard Stunt Tower, AirStrike Dodgeball, Fire & Ice Ninja Course, a 5,000-square-foot arcade and the all-new Hologate Virtual Reality gaming system.

Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud Show and Adventure Park

The Lumberjack Feud Show offers a one-of-a-kind thrilling experience, where audience members can watch world-class lumberjack athletes go head to head in 13 competitive events. This lively show encourages audience participation. Groups can also experience the new Lumberjack Adventure Park, where they can test their own lumberjack abilities on the Boom Run, Log Roll and High Woodsman Challenge Course.

Crave Golf Club

Voted the best mini-golf in Pigeon Forge by pigeonforge.com, and named one of the top 13 mini-golf courses in the country by Travel Channel, Crave Golf Club offers two candy-themed courses (think Willy Wonka). On rainy days, students can take on the indoor course with 19 unique holes. Crave also offers mini-bowling, a giant candy store, a gourmet milkshake bar, an ice cream parlor and soon-to-come escape rooms.

For more information, email Ryker Parton or go to topjump.com.

Top photo: Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud
Photo by TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena, Crave Golf Club and Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud

 


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