Do you want to be able to focus on seeing what there is to do around town instead of navigating through traffic? Then you should ride the Fun Time Trolley in Pigeon Forge! For a minimal price, you can enjoy looking around as you travel to see what you want to do.
The trolley system in Pigeon Forge was established to create an easy way for people to travel around the surrounding cities. Located in Patriot Park next to Old Mill Square, the Fun Time Trolley station is centrally located in Pigeon Forge, making it easy to access. If the parking lot at the station is full, there is more parking at the Municipal Parking Lot on Teaster Lane. Parking in this area is free, and transport to the station is free.
From the station, you can ride to Sevierville, Dollywood, Gatlinburg, or anywhere in Pigeon Forge. There’s a total of 6 routes, taking you wherever you want to go!
The North Parkway trolley takes you from Patriot Park through Pigeon Forge and into Sevierville, turning at Governor’s Crossing. This trolley runs every 20 minutes.
The South Parkway trolley in Pigeon Forge takes you onto Teaster Lane, stops at the LeConte Event Center, and ends at Jake Thomas Road. It also travels past area campgrounds and Dolly’s Stampede. This trolley runs every 25 minutes.
Gatlinburg Welcome Center
The Gatlinburg Welcome Center trolley runs from Patriot Park straight to the Gatlinburg Welcome Center. From here, you can board any of the Gatlinburg trolleys, depending on where you want to go! This trolley runs every 30 minutes.
Save yourself some money and travel to Dollywood by trolley! It constantly is running to and from Dollywood, arriving every 15 minutes.
Dollywood’s Splash Country
This trolley runs from Patriot Park to Dollywood’s Splash Country. It runs every 20 minutes.
The Wears Valley trolley runs from area campgrounds and other businesses west of Pigeon Forge. This trolley runs every 40 to 45 minutes.
Many visitors ask, is the Pigeon Forge trolley wheelchair accessible? Most of the Fun Time Trolley cars are equipped with a wheelchair lift. The trolley drivers will even take special care to drop wheelchair passengers off at a flat area of the Gatlinburg Welcome Center parking lot, where you can transfer betwen the Gatlinburg & Pigeon Forge trolleys easily. Read on for more information about the Gatlinburg trolley.
Planning an itinerary when staying in the Great Smoky Mountains is important. Transportation options are one of them. Stay with My Bearfoot Cabins and get the help you need.
Pat and Don Kirchhoefer, owners