Pigeon Forge Homes

I remember driving through Pigeon Forge as a child, with me and my three sisters making a mad scramble for the potties at Hillbilly Village when we arrived after a long ride to the mountains.  Back then, that’s about all there was to Pigeon Forge, but bit by bit, it has changed over the years!  Now, Pigeon Forge is the epitome of a “family fun” town.  It makes a point of being just that, and embraces the tacky signage, neon lights and family-focused attractions that lead some to call it “Las Vegas for Kids”.

There’s every kind of t-shirt and souvenir shop on the main strip (US 66) that runs through town, but also some more serious entertainment.  Dollywood has grown into a major attraction, with many festivals throughout the year to thrill and delight. Spring brings the Flowers and Foods Festival, summer is a daily celebration with roller coasters and fireworks.  When fall rolls around the magic of the Harvest Festival is amazing.  The Great Pumpkin Luminights is an award winning experience everyone will love.  Lastly, the holidays are a time to behold as they light the park with millions of lights and music that celebrates the season.

Off the main strip, there are numerous rental cabin communities and investment properties that have been created with proximity to the “strip” in mind! The Terrell-Drager team has excellent knowledge of the many opportunities for homes in Pigeon Forge. It might not appear so at first, but Pigeon Forge has a vast number of developments for residents and for those who want to invest.  Our professional team can provide you with first hand information in regard to areas to consider buying in the Pigeon Forge area.  Are you looking to sell your Pigeon Forge home? We welcome the opportunity to speak with you.

Driving around, you see smiling kids and smiling parents and grandparents in this town—just enjoying! If you have had a dream to be more connected to the Smoky Mountains by owning a home in the Smokies, contact us today!


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