Amusement Parks in Seymour


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  • The Smokey Mountain River Romp
    From the Friday of Memorial Day weekend until the Monday of Labor Day weekend, The Smokey Mountain River Romp sends tube riders and kayakers traversing the tranquil waters of Little Pigeon River on inflated tubes. Visitors strap on US Coast Guard?approved life jackets before letting the water steer them for a two-hour, 2.5-mile excursion past the Tennessee side of the Great Smoky Mountains before they encounter a stretch of residential Sevierville. Upon reaching the pavilion at the end of their trek, guests hop onto a shuttle that returns them to their starting point, nicknamed "the Barn," where they can feast at the picnic grounds or spend the remainder of the day fishing. Subsequent rides down the river are also free of charge, with a final journey commencing between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.
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    1980 Pittman Center Road
    Pigeon Forge, TN US
  • Dollywood's Splash Country
    Dollywood’s Splash Country lives up to its name, with more than 23 rides and attractions that draw their inspiration from the water park’s scenic Smoky Mountains setting. Fire Tower Falls—the park’s tallest and fastest slide ever—exaggerates the steepness of the nearby mountains’ slopes with a 70-foot plunge that barely gives riders time to scream. For a leisurely counterpoint to this free-fall thrill, look no further than the 1,500-foot lazy river, which charts its course through the park’s forested hills. Though a sense of calm pervades the lazy river, a battle rages not far from its banks. Pirates of all ages fight for the title of captain at the popular Bear Mountain Fire Tower, where they commandeer water cannons and wait for an enormous wooden bucket to dump 1,000 gallons of water from above. Those weary from battle can retreat to the lagoon-style pool at The Cascades, where more than 25 interactive elements include a multitiered waterfall and an active geyser that spews water 20 feet in the air. Lifeguards split their duties between this rocky grotto and Mountain Waves, a 25,000-square-foot wave pool filled with the tears of decommissioned sailors.
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    1198 McCarter Hollow Rd.
    Pigeon Forge, TN US
  • Outdoor Gravity Park
    An 11-foot transparent sphere sits perched at the top of a 1,000-foot hill. In a moment, its 300 square feet of plastic will go rolling towards the bottom—but only after a couple of things happen. First, up to three people dive into the sphere's belly. Then some of Outdoor Gravity Park's attendants toss 10 gallons of water into this signature attraction, and finally close the door on what's known as the OGO. The H2O makes for a slippery ride, though one without tumbling. The fast and adrenaline-packed descent is akin to a bouncy water slide. For an even longer ride, turn to the Fishpipe, which spins up to three people inside an inflated barrel suspended from a steel frame. The attraction's motor allows for a more variable adventure, from slower speeds ideal for kids all the way to 45 revolutions per minute.
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    203 Sugar Hollow Road
    Pigeon Forge, TN US
  • The Track Family Recreation Center
    Sixty-five feet above The Track Family Recreation Center, participants bungee toward the earth below, while one to three airborne attendees sample the buzz of skydiving at once by leaping into an oversize safety cushions on the SkyFlyer ride. Down on the ground, drivers in single- and double-seated go-karts hug the turns of a three-story, spiraling wooden track. Bumper cars smash into each other on land and water cannon–equipped bumper boats soak other vessels at sea. On the miniature fairways, putters aim to sink holes in one while avoiding waterfalls, tunnels, and mock jungle animals. Finally, thumbs test their reflexes in the arcade with video games, and youngsters can mosey over to Kids Country to pilot kiddie and rookie go-karts or make pet ponies jealous by riding the carousel.
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    2575 Parkway
    Pigeon Forge, TN US
  • Castle of Chaos - Pigeon Forge
    Edward Krump is looking for help. The paranormal professor wants to perform a complete survey of the reportedly haunted Castle of Chaos, but his limited budget means he will have to do so with the help of amateur volunteers. However, amateur doesn't necessarily mean helpless. Donning 3D glasses, the team will spin on the platform and use special pistols to zap targets throughout, possibly opening up bonus levels or making skulls do that creepy skull laugh.
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    106 Showplace Blvd.
    Pigeon Forge, TN US

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