Pigeon Forge and the Smokies are on of our favorite family vacation spots.  It’s a great road trip from the Bluegrass and there are so many fun things to do!  Our family has been going down to the Smokies for the last ten years and each time we go we make a stop at The Track.  It’s been great for our kids no matter how young or old.  Check out all the fun they have to offer!

The Track is located conveniently right off the Parkway in Pigeon Forge at Light #3.  (They now have a second location at Light #10 as well!)  *Our review is for the original Track location.  There is plenty of parking and a stoplight to allow you to easily get in and out of the area.  They are open seven days a week with varying hours depending on the day of the week and the month.  They stay open later in the summer months and during peak seasons.  You can find their hours online HERE.

The Track used to use a ticket system but they’ve upgraded to a points card now.  You can purchase a card and load it with points before you go to save time once you arrive – just go straight to the Online Order Pick-up area to receive your points. Your Track card will be available at the park’s Online Order Pick-Up line within 15 minutes of your online purchase. Be sure to bring your order number and a valid ID that matches the name of the order. Point cards are not mailed.

You can always find special offers in coupon books and flyers all over the area.  Stop in any grocery store, restaurant, shopping area, and more and find tons of great coupons for The Track as well as other various attractions!

What we love about The Track is there is something for all ages!  We’ve been taking our kids since they were 1 1/2!  There are great little rides for small kids – a train, small swings, carousel, little airplanes and more.  We found plenty to ride on for those years when we had toddlers/preschoolers in tow.  Once they were older they had Go Karts just for their age.  They could drive them all by themselves and it was very safe.  They have now graduated to riding the big Wild Woody coaster – they can drive themselves if they are tall enough or grab a two seater and ride with an adult.  The Wild Woody is a wooden go kart track with multiple levels and a fun downhill ramp.


They also offer bumper boats, mini-golf, and an indoor arcade if you want to play some games.  You can find a list of all the fun attractions, height/age requirements as well as how many points things cost HERE.

For a great stop for fun while you’re in the Smokies check out The Track!


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