Pigeon Forge, Tennessee: Lumberjack FeudOutdoor dinner theater performance of ax, chainsaw, and log rolling feats, woven into a historical feud between two logging families intent on chopping down trees before the national park opens!
- 2713 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN
- US Hwy 441 Scenic, between lights #3 and #4, on the left toward Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Visitor Tips and News About Lumberjack Feud
No one has commercially logged in the Great Smoky Mountains since the early 1930s, before the region became a national park. But that isn't stopping a new attraction in Pigeon Forge celebrating a heritage of merry tree harvesting. The "Lumberjack Feud," touted as the "Smokies' newest, rowdiest dinner show," opened on August 26. The attraction also features a Smoky Mountain Forest History Center and Lumberjack Hall of Fame.
The main attraction at Lumberjack Feud is a 1,000 seat dinner theater arena where world champion lumberjack athletes wield axes, chainsaws, climb trees, and balance on logs in water. The performance is designed around a historical feud between two logging families squabbling to chop down the last tree before the feds turn everything into Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It's Paul Bunyan meets the Hatfields and the McCoys....
The attraction is affiliated with a popular lumberjack performance in Ketchikan, Alaska.[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 08/23/2011]