Dollywood Theme ParkOpen mid-March through the first of January, the theme park is Tennessee’s most visited ticketed attraction. Take the complimentary trolley from Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort & Spa directly to the entry gate of the park. Plus, enjoy special privileges such as early park entry on Saturdays and package delivery of your Dollywood purchases to your guests' rooms.
Dollywood's Splash Country Water ParkA perfect mountain oasis for your group to cool down and chill out during the heat of summer. Located adjacent to Dollywood theme park, Dollywood's Splash Country features a variety of water attractions for both the thrill-seekers and pool-loungers in your group. Add in a private retreat and a delicious poolside treat, and your crew is set for the perfect day of togetherness in the Smoky Mountain sunshine.
Pink Jeep Adventure Tours
Offering tours to Newfound Gap, the Foothills Parkway, Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, and Oconaluftee Farm, these seven passenger Jeeps are open-air Wranglers. They operate year-round and have modifications to accommodate the cold and the rain. Stops along the way allow you to enjoy photo opportunities and grand vantage points. Each tour ends with an off-road adventure and can be accompanied by a group picnic.
Treat your group to an entertaining live-action experience at Dolly Parton's Stampede Dinner Attraction or Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show. Featuring a delicous four-course feast and friendly competition, it's fun for all!
Center Stage at Showstreet PalaceLocated within Dollywood Theme Park, this palatial venue gives your general session big-time presence with a center stage, tiered seating, spotlights, and theatrical sound. On-site technicians manage the production of your event, leaving you free to attend to your guests and program.
Scavenger Hunt of DreamMoreYour group is divided into teams and each team is given a list of “Dolly-isms,” collective memorabilia, and unique features that are located inside the resort and throughout the grounds of the resort. The first team to find each location – and take a selfie of the entire team with each item – wins the race.
Smoky Mountain Picnic
The country’s most visited national park, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, is located just out the back door of the resort. For a truly immersive experience, the resort will send your group off with gourmet bagged lunches and refreshments, as well as a list of top sights and how to access them, like the observation tower on the top of Clingmans Dome and the plethora of remote waterfalls and mountain streams.
Field Day on the Event LawnDreamMore Resort’s event lawn is located at the base of the meeting room terrace and offers the perfect space for your cornhole tournament, relay race, and team-building exercises. You bring the games and and we will provide a safe and even playing field on an artificial turf surface.
Wine, Cheese, and PalettesA twist on the popular “Paint Nites” that have taken the country by storm, this event equips each person with a small wooden palette that has been primed for painting. Then, while you sample different wine and cheese pairings, an instructor will lead the group, step by step, in painting a custom scene.
Take A Hike
Across more than 800 square miles of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is home to amazing wildlife, breathtaking views, and some of the oldest mountains in the world. Friends of the Smokies offers guided hikes and events that increase awareness of and support the national park. Hikes vary in distance and difficulty, and feature trails in both North Carolina and Tennessee. Expert guides include noted authors and wellness professionals.
Nantahala Outdoor Center offers whitewater rafting trips, zip line tours, and group-friendly outdoor adventures to keep participants excited and engaged while demanding teamwork and cooperation. NOC provides single-day whitewater rafting trips on the Pigeon River which flows along the northern border of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Or wander into a hidden world of charming Appalachian Mountain waterfalls on a guided hike into the national park.
Anakeesta includes a scenic Chondola ride to the summit of Anakeesta Mountain where you will enjoy spectacular views of downtown Gatlinburg. At the top, you’ll experience the majestic sight of Mt. LeConte, quaint gift shops, and casual dining. The Tree Canopy Walk towers 60 feet above the forest floor and the Vista Gardens features walking trails that meander through lush foliage. Dueling ziplines invite you to race side-by-side with friends while soaring 125 feet above the ground.
Gatlinburg Golf Course – 18 holes
520 Dollywood Lane, Pigeon Forge
Sevierville Golf Club – 36 holes
1444 Old Knoxville Hwy, Sevierville
River Islands Golf Club – 18 holes
9610 Kodak Rd, Kodak
Bent Creek Golf Course – 18 holes
3919 E. Parkway, Gatlinburg
Taste of LightningMoonshine is representative of the area's deep-rooted sense of individualism and autonomy. People used to view making white lightning as a way of shunning outside authority. Others cooked up the sour mash just to keep up with tradition like their fathers and grandfathers before them. Inspired entrepreneurs began to produce legal moonshine in licensed distilleries across the region. Pigeon Forge moonshine distilleries have become very popular with Smoky Mountain visitors. Guests can take distillery tours, see the moonshining process, sample free moonshine and take some of the mountains home with them!
Fly Fishing the Smokies offers private, all-inclusive guided fishing trips. Guided anglers will take your group on some of the most beautiful trout streams in all of North Carolina and Tennessee, including the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Tuckasegee River, Nantahala River, the Little Tennessee River, and Cherokee Trophy Trout waters. Guides provide all the gear and flies that are needed for your trip.