Archaeologists Find Pigeon Forge Roots

A new article from The Mountain Press gives interesting new details about Iron Forge, the original forge for which the city of Pigeon Forge was named. A team of archaeologists from the University of Tennessee set up under the Old Mill General Store in Pigeon Forge to excavate the ruins. According to the article: The […]

Flood Waters Recede in Pigeon Forge

According to, flood waters in Pigeon Forge have receded. From Wednesday evening, many businesses were worried the river would flood their businesses. At the Lumberjack Feud, they saw the waters rise 5 feet ever 2 hours. Some logs and equipment quickly were in danger, though the water was about 8 feet from the […]