Smoky Mountain Spring Guide
From Pigeon Forge to the Great Smoky Mountains, our hotel offers a prime location to kick back, catch your breath, and embark on a variety of family-friendly activities across the region. With colorful hikes, leisurely winery tours, thrilling mountain coaster rides, and more waiting each day, there’s no better place to escape for spring break.
Go on a Spring Hike
Take it easy, catch a breath of that mountain-fresh air, and wander into the vibrant trails of the Great Smoky Mountains. As winter takes a back seat, spring ushers in an invitation for hikers to revel in the burst of colorful landscapes. Not far from the Margaritaville Pigeon Forge Hotel—just a breezy 20-minute drive away—the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail awaits, boasting incredible blossoms that paint the path leading to some of the area's top waterfalls.
Explore the Rocky Top Wine Trail
If your paradise involves a sip of something exquisite, the Rocky Top Wine Trail is your ticket to a taste of local flavor. Take a leisurely drive from our hotel on Pigeon Forge to the Great Smoky Mountains, and discover your favorite blends at local wineries. Kick back, grab a glass, and let your worries drift away as you savor the smooth notes before returning to enjoy your favorite bottle next to your ensuite fireplace.
Bike Through Cades Cove
For those seeking an easygoing adventure, hop on a bike and pedal your way through the iconic Cades Cove, a short ride from the relaxed vibes of Pigeon Forge to the Great Smoky Mountains. Surrounded by majestic peaks, the loop offers a leisurely journey through open meadows and historic cabins. While you coast, keep an eye out for the local wildlife – from deer grazing in the fields to the occasional black bear making an appearance. With road traffic restricted for bikes every Wednesday from May to September, families can enjoy the winding trails hassle-free.