We received 80 points to try the activities at The Track Pigeon Forge in exchange for this post. All opinions and our love for family fun remain our own.
At The Track, you’ll find an arcade, go-kart tracks, miniature golf, Blaster Boats, bumper cars, Bungee Jumping, and a SkyFlyer. There’s something here for everyone in the family. A Kids Country features The Rio Grande Train, The Carousel, The Red Baron Planes, The Spin Tops, The Swing, The Ferris Wheel and The Noah’s Lark Swinging Boat.
The Track uses a card that stores purchased points. Each ride or activity will swipe the card, deducting the designated amount of points for entry. You can see all the activities and the points needed for each attraction here.
After careful consideration, my kiddos elected to do The Track’s signature attractions, The Wild Woody, a three-tiered go-kart/roller coaster hybrid. The track is set up with twists and turns as drivers race up three and a half stories and on a wooden track and then wind your way down with an exciting drop at the bottom. It’s one of four go-kart tracks here, there is also The Kiddie Karts and the Rookie Karts and the Family track.
The Wild Woody features both double occupant and single rider karts.
The kiddos had so much fun they did The Wild Woody three times.
They had enough points remaining to ride the Blaster Boats. This ride you will get wet. You sit in a round boat that propels with a small motor and has a water blaster to aim at other riders.
My kiddos were the only two on the Blaster Boats which made it so much fun to target each other.
We spent a little more than an hour at The Track and it was such a great time. My kiddos enjoyed playing with each other and competing against the other in some family-friendly challenges.
There is plenty to do here and it was a great way to spend some time before we headed to dinner.
The Track in Pigeon Forge has friendly staff and very clean grounds. We enjoyed our time here and the kiddos would like to go again if only to drive The Wild Woody again!