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Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Location of Services

Smoky Mountain Convention Center
4010 Parkway
Pigeon Forge, TN 37868

First Service Time

Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015, 7:30 p.m.

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Housing Updated Apr 8, 2015

Activities Updated Jul 10, 2015

Schedule Updated Jul 10, 2015

Festival Site Updates

June 30, 2015

Pre-Feast Sabbath Attendance Survey

On the Sabbath just prior to the Feast of Tabernacles (Sept. 26), many members will be planning on attending Sabbath services near the location where they will be celebrating the Feast. We need your help to ensure that we have adequate facilities available for all who might be attending at the Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, site. Please let us know your plans as soon as possible by following the link below.

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Site Description

Nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, is known as one of the top family vacation destinations in the country. If you enjoy the outdoors, there is much for you. The Feast of Tabernacles takes place during the time when fall colors are in full array, and the area’s natural beauty brings out the outdoorsman in everyone. If you enjoy quality family time, good family entertainment, a wide selection of restaurants and plenty of shopping, you will love Pigeon Forge.

Although the area is known for its many crafts stores, its wonderful musicians and its countless go-kart tracks and miniature golf courses, it also boasts one of the most active, well-represented outlet malls in the entire country. Additionally, in neighboring Gatlinburg you and your family can take in the beautiful Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies. We are planning to put together a well-balanced activity schedule sure to interest all tastes.

Housing consists of a variety of motel rooms with many offering a full breakfast in the rate. And, of course, there are also beautiful 1- to 4-bedroom condos or—for those with extended families wanting to share—there are large chalets and cabins that sleep up to 30! Housing prices begin at $50 per night and go up from there. This is also an area with several campgrounds for those who might enjoy camping during the Feast.

Pigeon Forge is easily traveled. There is a divided highway through the middle of the town. The Smoky Mountain Conference Center has free parking and has no steps, so it is also easily accessible for everyone. I look forward to seeing you in Pigeon Forge.Mark Winner

Tax rate for accommodations: 12.25 percent

Mark Winner