Attractions

THE TRACK in Pigeon Forge

THE TRACK in Pigeon Forge

The Track in Pigeon Forge Racing go-karts is a time-honored tradition for the whole family in the Smoky Mountains, and The Track in Pigeon Forge is a popular venue in the region. The Track is home to several different go-kart experiences, enough for every member of your family. The Track isn’t just about go-karts: there are numerous other rides and experiences that make for a complete day of family fun in a great setting. The Family Track is the perfect option for almost anyone in your group who wants an exciting ride. It features some twisty curves so that you… Read more »

4 GATLINBURG MUSEUMS FOR FOLKS OF ALL AGES

4 GATLINBURG MUSEUMS FOR FOLKS OF ALL AGES

  The Great Smoky Mountains are home to a wide variety of outdoor activities … but there’s also plenty to do indoors, other than enjoying a hot tub at your cabin. Looking for something out of the ordinary to add additional excitement to your Smoky Mountain vacation? Look no further than museums in Gatlinburg. You’ll find amazing and quirky museums that offer everything from one-of-a-kind collection to Hollywood connections.   Check out the cars of the stars! It doesn’t matter if you’re a motorhead, a TV and movie fan, there’s a car just for you at the Hollywood Star Cars… Read more »

The Coaster at Goats on the Roof

The Coaster at Goats on the Roof

LOCATED 5 MINUTES FROM BAREFOOT LODGE & FAMILY TRADITION                        LOCATED 10 MINUTES FROM BAREFOOT MEMORIES Do you want to have the time of your life? Something that you can tell your friends and family all about? Then visit us here at The Coaster at Goats on the Roof, in Pigeon Forge and experience the thrill of the best alpine coaster in Tennessee! Zip around the woods at almost 30 miles per hour on our mile long track. Because you are in control of your speed, it is fun for young, old,… Read more »

Goats on the Roof

Goats on the Roof

LOCATED 5 MINUTES FROM BAREFOOT LODGE AND FAMILY TRADITION   LOCATED 10 MINUTES FROM BAREFOOT MEMORIES Why Goats On A Roof? The concept of having live goats on a roof dates back 40 years to the legendary Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant in Door County, Wisconsin. The Johnson family began letting goats graze on the sodded roof of their Sister Bay, WI eatery to attract crowds, and boy has it worked well for them. Four decades later, the restaurant is still going strong, and the goats (and the Swedish pancakes) are as popular as ever. Now, thanks to a licensing agreement… Read more »