- TripBuzz found 121 things to do with kids in or near Knoxville, Tennessee, including 92 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pigeon Forge, Townsend, Sevierville and Maryville.
- From Knoxville Zoological Gardens to Putt-Putt Golf & Games, the Knoxville area offers 78 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Natural History Museums and Hiking Trails.
- Know County is home to Knoxville, Tennessee and some 180,000 residents. Covering an area over 100 square miles, this populous city is the college town for the University of Tennessee. The city maintains a vast variety of architecture in culture, spanning from the 1700's to modern day, with distinct downtown and residential areas. Knoxville withholds a strong artistic presence, hosting a range of festivals and entertainment.
The multi-level go kart track is the primary focus of The Track at Pigeon Forge. The attraction also features other activities like bumper boats, miniature golf, children's amusement rides, a state of the art video arcade, and thrill rides for adults.
The walk-through attraction known as the Tomb Egyptian Adventure takes guests on a 45 minute trip deep into the tomb. Groups must work together to make it out of the tomb by winning a series of challenges and solving several puzzles.
Smoky Mountain River Rat offers tubing trips on the river, with two different trips set in different sections. The upper section features adventure rapids and swimming holes while the lower features a rock jump, rope swing and relaxing rapids.
Beginners and experienced riders can be accommodated at Douglas Lakeview Stables which welcomes families and couples. Trail rides through the area provide breathtaking mountain views, the serene waters of Douglas Lake, and lush greenery.
Nestled within the Smoky Mountains, the attraction of Tube Junction focuses on water-based recreation through the natural creeks in the area. Visitors are able to rent inflatable tubes and life vests to take a floating tour of the Little River.
Choose from one of three river routes, or ride all three, at River Rage, Townsend's most affordable tubing destination. Shuttles take riders to their entry points and meet them at the end, guests can also enjoy a meal at Little River BBQ.
Tuckaleechee Caverns opened in 1953 as a destination for people to explore the beauty that lies beneath the Smoky Mountains. The one mile guided tour includes stunning rock formations, underground waterfalls, and crystal clear streams.