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Save time and money during your stay when you catch a ride on one of our Pigeon Forge trolleys!

Avoid dealing with the stress of getting through traffic and save money at the same time. Many of the area’s local attractions, restaurants and even several lodging options are located along one of the six Pigeon Forge trolley routes, making it easy for travelers to quickly and easily get to the places they want to visit. Pigeon Forge Mass Transit is the most efficient way to travel in Pigeon Forge!

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The Pigeon Forge trolley system is the second largest rural transit system in the U.S. Pigeon Forge Mass Transit, formerly known as Fun Time Trolleys, boasts a fleet of more than 40 vehicles and transports millions of people each year. Two new trolleys were recently unveiled into the fleet with the new Pigeon Forge Mass Transit name and both feature an image of a Smoky Mountains sunset spanning each side. Each new vehicle will feature the new image as they are added to the fleet.

Pigeon Forge trolleys travel to more than 200 official stops in Pigeon Forge, as well as select locations in Gatlinburg and Sevierville. All Pigeon Forge trolleys and trams are lift-equipped for wheelchairs and/or other mobility aids and may be accessed at any designated trolley stop.

For more information about trolley service, please visit http://www.pigeonforgetrolley.org or call (865) 453-6444.

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Pigeon Forge Mass Transit will resume operation on Thursday, May 21, on a modified scheduled from 10am to 10pm. Three routes will be available: North/South Parkway, Wears Valley and Gatlinburg Welcome Center. Please note, as we begin this modified service, there could be longer delay between stops.

TROLLEY ROUTES

Currently there are 6 routes:

  • North Parkway
  • South Parkway
  • Dollywood
  • Dolly’s Splash Country
  • Gatlinburg Welcome Center
  • Wears Valley Road
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All routes start and end at the Trolley Station, located in the Old Mill District on Old Mill Drive. Turn at traffic light #7 and look for the parking lot with trolleys.

Get more information on the Pigeon Forge trolley’s routes and schedules.

TROLLEY FARES

*All-Day Pass………………………………………………………..$3.00
North Parkway ……………………………………………………$1.00
South Parkway……………………………………………………..$1.00
Gatlinburg Welcome Center………………………………$1.00
Dollywood ……………………………………………………………$2.50
Dollywood’s Splash Country ……………………………..$2.50
Wears Valley………………………………………………………….$1.00
Children (3 years and younger) ………………………….FREE

*All-Day Passes may only be purchased at the Pigeon Forge Trolley Office and are valid for use on the Pigeon Forge Mass Transit trolleys only and are not valid on trolleys in Gatlinburg.

Please note: Trolley drivers will accept exact fare only and cannot make change. Fares apply each time riders board the trolley.

TROLLEY OPERATING HOURS

Mid-March through October: 8:30am – Midnight
November through mid-March: 10am – 10pm

Trolleys do not operate on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.

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TROLLEY PARKING

A parking lot is available at the Trolley station. Additional parking is available at the Municipal Parking Lot located on Teaster Lane.

Parking is free and transportation to Patriot Park is also free.

TROLLEY CONTACT INFORMATION

Phone: (865) 429-6444
Visit: http://www.pigeonforgetrolley.org