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Indian Summer Means More Fun, Fewer Crowds in the Great Smoky Mountains

Pigeon Forge, TN (PRWEB) August 21, 2014

Ahh, late August. Little ones are heading back to school, adults are settling in to their fall routines. This time of year is busy for families, but if youre an empty nester or can find free time during the week, late summer is a fabulous time to take a trip to beautiful Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

Jessica Bookstaff Doppelt, owner of, says that folks visiting her Smoky Mountain city this time of year will find fewer crowds and simple ways to save money while enjoying some of the regions most popular attractions.

Late summer and early fall make for a perfect time to take a Pigeon Forge vacation, Doppelt says. The weather is still warm and mild, and many of our lodging partners and area attractions lower prices as they head into the off season especially if you plan to visit after the Labor Day rush.

She advises people planning a visit to keep their eyes open for specials and discounts to make their early-fall trip easy on the wallet. For example, many popular cabin rentals and Smoky Mountain hotels start cutting room costs after Labor Day, which means your September stay might cost significantly less than the same room during the busier summer season.

Doppelt also suggests that budget-conscious vacationers check out PigeonForge.coms collection of coupons and travel discounts for even more ways to save. Shes partnered with some of the areas hottest attractions to offer travelers ways to save on hotels, cabins, attractions, theaters and more! Participating venues include popular Parkway stops like WonderWorks, the Hollywood Wax Museum, Country Tonight Theatre and many more.

Additionally, the mild climate in Pigeon Forge makes outdoor activities pleasant into the fall. Daytime highs in Pigeon Forge hover around 80 degrees for most of September, with the average low only dipping down to 55 degrees. October is equally as pleasant, with the average daytime high reaching 71 degrees and the nightly low staying well above freezing. These temperatures are perfect for enjoying all kinds of outdoor adventures, from zip lining over the tree tops to battling rapids on the local rivers.

Doppelt encourages vacationers to visit for all kinds of help in planning their upcoming Smoky Mountain adventure. Travelers can easily find discounts by clicking on the Coupons & Deals tab on the top right side of the page and browse cabins, hotels and condos by clicking on the Stay Awhile tab. Click over to and make the most of this years Indian summer!


Jessica Bookstaff Doppelt has helped thousands of people plan Smoky Mountain vacations since she launched in 2000. She grew up in Pigeon Forge and consider the Great Smoky Mountains her home. She is happy to share all the great things about the area and help you enjoy a perfect getaway through her website where you can easily browse lodging, attractions, restaurants, wedding information and more. For additional information, visit or follow on Facebook and Twitter.

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