We received a complimentary pass to Pigeon Forge Snow in exchange for this post. Our opinions and love of snow days remain our own.
We’re from Utah and one of the things my kids miss since moving to the South is snow. Sure, they have snow days, but it seldom leads to snowballs or sledding. They think Pigeon Forge is the most magical place because, inside a building, every day is a snow day at Pigeon Forge Snow.
You don’t even have to cancel your vacation to enjoy the snow. Just head to Pigeon Forge where you’ll find the first indoor snow tubing attraction in America and my kiddos absolutely loved it.
Watch MacKenzie Snow Tubing at Pigeon Forge Snow below:
OH. My. Gosh! This place ranked high on William’s list.
The building is a steady 60-70 degrees so it was perfect weather inside for watching all the snow fun.
Each session is 60 minute increments. You grab a tube, ride the conveyer belt to the top of the tubing slides and down you go with speed! Repeat for awesome fun.
When you’re done tubing, there is a Snow Play area.
The snow play area is a separate pass sold in 30-minute increments. This area is like a sandbox, only instead of sand, it’s real snow. Make snowballs, build a snowman, it’s up to you!
My kiddos love snow. Snow on Spring Break is something they might have whined about if it fell from the sky but put it in a building, add inner tubes and they think it’s a celebration deserving of their imagination.
As a spectator, we sat upstairs. The view was great watching the people zoom down the slopes.
We love Pigeon Forge Snow for the novelty and once inside we wanted our hour to never end.