From bright lights to rows of kitschy attractions, the main street of Pigeon Forge is a visual feast for travelers stuck in the inevitable traffic.
As you walk down the main promenade, you’ll be sure to reach Dolly Parton’s Dollywood to your right, a Titanic museum to your left, an indoor snow park behind you, and endless shows and theaters all around you.
And compared to those other concepts, Camp Margaritaville Pigeon Forge felt more like a peaceful getaway than a boozy Margaritaville outpost.
But I didn’t need to rent or buy an RV just to visit this outpost.
Despite the surrounding mountains, the hotel still felt like a true seaside Margaritaville outpost.
While I enjoyed my stay at the Camp Margaritaville outpost as a solo traveler, I think the property is better suited to families visiting Pigeon Forge, Tennessee by RV or car.