SNOW TUBING IN JULY?
Yes, you can! Right here in the Smoky Mountains in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee! As the first attraction in the United States to use cutting edge snow making technology, Pigeon Forge Snow converts 35,000 square feet of its indoor space into 15 lanes of the coolest place you can be when the outside temperatures are in the 80s and you need to cool off after looking at Pigeon Forge homes for sale. The slopes at Pigeon Forge Snow are covered with bona fide real powder! For those of you who don’t care to hit the slopes, there is a SnowPlay area for you. There you can build snowmen, make snow angels, and almost like at the beach, you can make snow castles. Should snow not be your thing, you can go up the 2nd level and watch your family and friends have fun with their tubing time. There is a place to relax and also grab something to eat and drink at the snack bar.
Pigeon Forge Snow is open every day from 10 am to 10 pm. The last ticket is sold at 9:30 pm so, get in there early to have as much fun as you can. For 1 hour of tubing for any and all ages, as long as you are at least 38 inches tall and 3 years old, the cost is $21.99. should you or your little one just want to play in the snow, it’s $7 for 30 minutes of Snow Play. To enjoy both snow tubing and snow playing, the best value is a combination of the two at a discounted price of $26.99.
Now you might think it’s going to be cold inside Pigeon Forge Snow but, due to technology they are able to maintain a comfortable temperature of between 65 and 70 degrees. For the most part, whatever you are wearing when you come here, after looking at Pigeon Forge cabins for sale, Is perfect. It’s preferable that you don’t wear flip flops, though. A long sleeved shirt or very light jacket wouldn’t hurt if you get chilly easily.
There are a few rules that must be followed so that you can enjoy a fun and safe time at Pigeon Forge Snow. They are common sense rules in place for your safety not to spoil your fun. No snowballs, pushing, running, or horseplay, don’t eat the snow, only one person per tube, no eating or drinking on the snow, no loose objects, maximum weight of 375 lbs.# and you have to be able to sit securely in the center of the tub. Like I said, common sense rules for safety.
Pigeon Forge Snow is located at 2533 Teaster Ln, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863. The phone number is 865-366-1334.