Pigeon Forge Snow

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Pigeon Forge Snow
4.5
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
About
Come enjoy REAL snow all year long at Pigeon Forge Snow. From snow tubing to snowmen and snowballs; we have it all. Great family-friendly attraction for all ages!
Suggested duration
1-2 hours
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Loria M
South Carolina76 contributions
My husband Birthday weekend
We went for my husband birthday it was a great price and something different to do as a couple and I think it’s fun for family we really enjoyed our selves, you buy tickets on line and no waiting love the real snow and tubing very fun..
Written September 22, 2021
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Abby B
1 contribution
Disappointed
Sep 2021 • Family
We went last year and did the snow play and my daughter loved it. We came back this year and even though everything says snow play when we got there it was a snow tub merry go round. That was $5 for 5 mins. If it weren’t for the 10 year old riding with my daughter she wouldn’t have been able to do nothing.
Written September 21, 2021
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Nachole
103 contributions
Fun for all ages
Aug 2021 • Friends
We got there right as it opened, so there was no line. It was fun the first few times, but by the fourth time I was done. We had 7 kids with us ranging from 5 to 16. They are use to actual snow tubing, so for a child who isn't would have a blast here. The play area is good if you have younger kids, but again if they are use to actual snow it wont keep their attention for very long. The temperature definitely was better than being outside. I was okay in a t-shirt and Jean's. However other people were in hoodies, so you might want to take one a long just incase you get cold.
Written August 20, 2021
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Colin
46 contributions
Great place
Aug 2021 • Family
This place is really neat. We did the hour of snow tubing and went closer to closing so that it wouldn’t be busy. The tubes are heavier then we expected, so be ready to possibly be carrying your kids too. They can your time bracelet everytime you go back on and it tracks your remaining time. They have an automated ramp that takes you to the top with is really nice! Staff was nice and it was worth the money. We read other reviews and didn’t pay for the snow play and we were glad we didn’t. Overall we were glad we went and had a nice time.
Written August 12, 2021
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Christen A
Concord, NC187 contributions
Snow Much Fun lol
Jul 2021 • Family
My three kids and I decided to do the activity on a Sunday morning. There was hardly anyone there so we got to spend a lot of time on the slope. We all enjoyed the tubing and the kids enjoyed the snow play. My husband enjoyed watching from the massage chairs.
Written August 3, 2021
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daisyferret1
Bear, DE25,834 contributions
Snow Tubing on the Hottest of Summer Days
Jul 2021
We went to Pigeon Forge Snow on a warm July Day for some indoor snow tubing. We had done this previously, as we ALWAYS include this as part of our annual trip to the Smokies EACH year. Pricing is fair. Be sure to look for coupons in the coupons books around town!

Overall, we really enjoyed our time at Pigeon Forge Snow. You pay for a 1-hour wrist band that gets you 60 minutes of climate controlled fun tubing down icy lanes of man-made snow. No need for pants or sweat shirts, but bring a pullover just in case you get cool. It is fairly simple. You grab a tube, hop on the conveyor belt and ride to the top. Once at the top, you choose a lane, place your tube on the lift mechanism and take a seat on your tube. Once the lanes are clear at the bottom, the operator pushes a button that activates the lift mechanism and your tube is released down the icy hill. The cool breeze and exhilaration of traveling down the snowy hill comes to an abrupt end at the bottom when you hit the rubber mats as it catches your tube and brings you to a halt. Grab your tube, exit the landing area and repeat for 60 minutes! Depending on time of day and volume, your trips down the hill will vary in quantity. We always feel like we get our money worth on the tubing lanes. This trip they had several lanes open, so it kept the line moving, allowing for maximum trips down the hill. I would HIGHLY recommend the SNOW TUBING at Pigeon Forge Snow.

Note: There is a small snack stand on location in addition to one or two video games. There is also the photo sales booth where you can purchase a picture of you tubing the hill. There are also relaxation chairs and a phone charging station.
There is a gift shop with CANDY and t-shirts. There is an elevated observation area on the 2nd floor. Restrooms are provided on both levels, however, they were NOT tidy on our last visit. Snow Play is a separate area from tubing and a separate fee from tubing. We have done it in the past, but I would NOT recommend it. It is basically a compacted icy pit of chunky shaved ice. It is NOT fluffy like real snow.
Written August 2, 2021
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Kulik1987
Rices Landing, PA8 contributions
Fun But Time Flies
Jul 2021 • Family
This was a fun afternoon stop for our family. When you enter, you pay admission for one hour of snow tubing. Adult and children admission is the same no matter your age. They give you a wristband that begins tracking your hour as soon as you scan it at the bottom of the conveyer belt that takes you to the top of the hill. You’ll scan this band every time you go up the hill and the machine will read how much time you have remaining. At the top there are stairs that lead to one of several docks that release you in groups once all the spots are filled. It was fun for both adults and kids but our youngest only would only go down one time; so it’s a good idea to take extra adults if you have small children. There’s a small snow play area for them to play in but there is an additional fee. Best advice is to go on non-peak hours. We got many more trips than the people who arrived halfway through our hour because the longer the lines are the less times you’ll be able to go down and the more time you’ll spend waiting.
Written July 27, 2021
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westiemamajd
Maryville, TN77 contributions
Overpriced and poorly managed
Jul 2021 • Family
You pay by the hour, but depending on how busy it is, each wait for the slide is 10-20 minutes. The slide is fun, but you only get maybe 4 rides for $22. We paid extra $7 for the combo that included 30 minutes of snow play. First off, that was a waste of money, as it was not manned and people could freely enter it anyway. Also, the snow was rock hard. No snow angels, or snowmen were had, just sliding on ice and fall hazards. The gift shop has a nice selection of candy. As a local, will not return.
Written July 19, 2021
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Ryan S
7 contributions
Love the snow slides; pass on the snow play
Jul 2021
The snow slide is AWESOME! You ride the conveyor up, then slide down. It's a great rush, especially on a 100F day! You get an hour per wristband and we did 9-10 slides in that time. It does not get old! We also paid for the snow play area, but it wasn't much; more like ice than snow; not much playing for kids that are 8+. But still a place worth stopping.
Written July 16, 2021
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chad-ellis-de
Frankfurt, Germany7 contributions
Snow play is a SCAM!
Jul 2021 • Family
Snow play requires SNOW not a mound of packed, crushed ice. My niece paid $18.10 for 30 minutes of only snow play with her 18 month old daughter. We walk in to find about two-thirds of the play area covered in what appeared to be OLD man-made snow that had hardened in the sun.

In retrospect, I see why there was a sign at the ticket window stating "No refunds". On the way out, I asked the guy at the ticket counter why he would even sell snow play tickets when there was no snow. His only response was, "I'm sorry".

The tubing looked cool, but the snow play is a total scam!
Written July 15, 2021
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Pigeon Forge Snow is open:
  • Sun - Thu 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
  • Fri - Sat 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM