Dad and kid splashing in a pool

When planning your vacation in the Smokies, you’re going to want a hotel with the very best amenities. At Vacation Lodge, our heated outdoor pool is one of our most popular features! Here are the top 5 reasons you’ll love staying at a Pigeon Forge hotel with a pool:

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1. Cool off.

Summertime in Tennessee can get hot! After a day hiking in the mountains, a refreshing swim in the pool is just the thing to cool you off before dinner.

2. Family fun.

There is nothing kids like more than spending the day at the pool! Whether they play Marco Polo, freeze tag, or just splash around, your little ones will love playing in our pool. While the kids go for a swim, parents can relax poolside with a magazine, or join in the fun themselves!

3. Get in a workout.

If you like to keep in shape during your vacation, we’ve got you covered! When you stay at a Pigeon Forge hotel with a pool, you can get in a few laps at the start of your day to rev up your metabolism for the upcoming adventures. Or you can do a few laps in the evening to burn off some of  the calories from your dinner.

4. Relax.

When you’re not working out, spending time by the pool is the perfect way to kick back and relax. Put up your feet, crack open a good book, and take a well-deserved break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Don’t forget your sunscreen!

5. Don’t mind the weather.

Our outdoor pool is heated year round, so even if the temperature is a little cooler than average, your family can still go for a swim! Sometimes, playing in the pool on a cloudy day is even better because you can ditch the sunscreen and sunglasses.

With our awesome pool, free continental breakfast, high speed wireless internet, and a trolley stop right in from our our building, Vacation Lodge has the best amenities in the Smokies!  To start planning your next vacation, visit our Reservations page or give us a call at 1-800-468-1998.

Jason Fishman

Jason Fishman is a writer and editor specializing in history, dining, travel and tourism. In his spare time, he enjoys science fiction, breakfast food and bad puns.