3 Things You Can Only Find at Wilderness Wildlife Week in Pigeon Forge

A large black bear in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Wilderness Wildlife Week is one of the most unique events in the Smoky Mountains. Every year, vacationers from all across the country come together to take a behind the scenes look at all the fun and exciting things that make the Great Smoky Mountains National Park so special. To help you make the most of your getaway, Eagles Ridge Resort has put together a guide to three things you will find at Wilderness Wildlife Week in Pigeon Forge.

1. Entertaining Classes and Outdoor Excursions

One of our favorite things about Wilderness Wildlife Week is the abundance of informative and entertaining classes that are scheduled during this event. These classes cover a wide range of topics, including photography, history, fishing, wildlife, wildflowers, and more! For a complete list of Wilderness Wildlife Week classes, click here.

Wilderness Wildlife Week also features a number of hikes and bus tours through some of the most popular parts of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You can see a complete list of the week’s outdoor excursions, here.

2. Musical Performances

banjo player performing in bluegrass bandOn top of all the excellent classes, presentations, and tours led by Great Smoky Mountains National Park experts, visitors will also have the chance to sit back and enjoy several concerts throughout the week. Showcasing the talents of musical performers from all across the region, the Wilderness Wildlife Week concerts will include old-time mountain ballads, hymns, bluegrass, and traditional tunes from the Smoky Mountains.

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3. Specialized Kids’ Track

Parents wanting to visit this exciting Smoky Mountain event with young children will be excited to learn that this year’s Wilderness Wildlife Week will also feature a specialized KIDS’ TRACK.

The KIDS’ TRACK is filled with entertaining and interactive workshops where kids have a chance to learn more about the nature and unique history of the Great Smoky Mountains.

Frequently Asked Questions About Wilderness Wildlife Week in Pigeon Forge

When is Wilderness Wildlife Week?

This year’s Wilderness Wildlife Week will be held May 9 – 13, 2017.

Where is Wilderness Wildlife Week held?

This year’s Wilderness Wildlife Week will be held at the LeConte Center at 2986 Teaster Lane, Pigeon Forge, TN.

How much does attendance cost?

One of our favorite parts about Wilderness Wildlife Week is that attendance is completely FREE for anyone and everyone who wants to join in the festivities!

Where can I stay during Wilderness Wildlife Week in Pigeon Forge?

At Eagles Ridge Resort, we have an abundance of beautiful The swimming pool at Eagles Ridge Resort in Pigeon Forge.Pigeon Forge cabins that are just a short drive away from the LeConte Center. Our cabins come with your choice of luxurious amenities, including mountain views, hot tubs, fully furnished kitchens, theater rooms, games, WiFi, and swimming pool access. With everything from 1 bedroom cabins for romantic escapes to 9 bedroom cabins for family reunions, we are guaranteed to have the perfect accommodations for your next getaway.

To start planning your vacation, browse our selection of cabin rentals in Pigeon Forge. If you have any questions about our properties, don’t hesitate to give our friendly staff a call today!

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