Vacation is all about options with minimal effort. Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa™ offers you two onsite pools perfect for family fun.
DreamMore Resort & Spa
If you’re looking for more sun time, check out Dollywood's DreamMore Resort and Spa’s Swimming Hole—with lots of natural shade along the pool deck for when you want a break. Our outdoor pool features a cascading waterfall on one end, just outside the lobby’s three-story windows. On the other end, you can wade right in with a zero-depth entry as the pool gradually slopes from the deck into the water. The Swimming Hole offers a variety of experiences for our youngest travelers, like the interactive family splash pad. Adult guests can enjoy the Smoky Mountain air, our second waterfall and a beautiful view of Mt. LeConte while relaxing in our outdoor hot tub. It’s a great place to reconnect or do absolutely nothing at all and just enjoy the mountain atmosphere!*
The Swimming Hole Outdoor Pool & Outdoor Hot Tub is subject to closures during inclement weather conditions. Pool operating hours and dates are subject to change without notice.
*The hot tub at Dollywood's DreamMore Resort and Spa is open year-round and is reserved for guests 16 and older. This restriction includes anyone 15 years and younger who is accompanied by a parent or adult. Thank you for your understanding.
Looking for something a bit more covered up? The Garden House year-round heated indoor pool is framed by high rafter beams; relax poolside with views of the beautiful Smoky Mountains through the large picture windows.
The Lifeguards of Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa are recognized with the highest degree of swimmer protection available in the aquatic industry. Certified through Jeff Ellis & Associates, our guards have been awarded the prestigious Platinum International Aquatic Safety Award for consistently exceeding the criteria mandated for aquatic safety certification. Whenever the pools are open, our resort lifeguards are on duty.
Please note that we perform operational audits regularly using life-like mannequins in the water and live-active drowning simulations for ongoing lifeguard training and safety audits.