3 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Trip to The Island
Often times, planning a Pigeon Forge vacation can seem rather daunting. With a mile-long wish list of “must dos,” planning can easily fall through the cracks – leaving you wishing you had been a bit more prepared from the start. Before you and your family take a trip to The Island in Pigeon Forge, we’ve got a few tips to make sure you get the most out of your vacation:
- Follow us on social media – One of the best ways to prepare for a trip is to stay up-to-date on events, specials, and news by following us on social media. As one of the quickest and easiest ways to communicate with us, our social media outlets serve as great platforms for you to ask questions or research before you hit the road. Whether on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or even Snapchat, we are available to be reached from your desktop or mobile device with just the click of a button.
- Research coupons – We understand that the cost of a vacation, especially with a large family, can end up climbing pretty high. However, there are many resources available that can help you make the most of your trip here to The Island in Pigeon Forge without breaking the bank. On our website, guests can print off coupons that are valid for a number of stores, restaurants, and attractions on site.
- Buy a ride pass – From The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel to The Island Ropes Course and The Flying Horse Carousel, there are a number of family rides and attractions for you to enjoy while on vacation. To make the most of your time here at The Island, it is beneficial to invest in a 24-hour unlimited ride pass. With this, you are even able to split your time up between two days! Buy a pass in the evening, enjoy the rides, come back the next morning and ride them again – all for one convenient package and price.
Take the stress and inconvenience out of planning your vacation to The Island in Pigeon Forge by utilizing the resources available through our social media, on our website, or at the ticket center. We want you and your family to focus on what matters most: making memories.