Top 3 Smoky Mountain Attractions That are Perfect for Active Kids
If you have children participating in one of the tournaments or other events at Rocky Top Sports World, they might be looking for something fun to do during their time in the Smoky Mountains! There are several local attractions that are not only fun but also keep your kids physically active with a variety of challenges! Here are the top 3 Smoky Mountain attractions for active kids:
1. Top Jump Trampoline and Extreme Arena
One of the top Smoky Mountain attractions for active kids is the Top Jump Trampoline and Extreme Arena in Pigeon Forge.This action-packed facility features all types of exciting interactive entertainment, including a huge trampoline park, obstacle courses, and the ultimate dodgeball experience! While you can purchase your tickets in advance, walk-ins are always welcome. There are several ticket packages available, and if you have a group of at least 10 guests, your group receives discount pricing! If you have a team participating in a tournament at Rocky Top Sports World, bring the whole gang over for an afternoon of fun! Just remember jumpers under 42 inches must be watched by a parent or guardian.
2. Lumberjack Adventure Park
Another great place to take your kids and keep them physically active is the Lumberjack Adventure Park! A highlight of this lumberjack themed park is the High Woodsman Challenge, where kids ages 5 and up can attempt to complete a unique aerial course full of obstacles! Your child will be safely connected to the course at all times on the top level, while the middle level is completely netted. Your kids can check out the Timber Towers! These 80-foot towers feature 4 controlled jump elements sure to get your adrenaline pumping! Other activities at the Lumberjack Adventure Park include the Flying Ox, a mixture of a roller coaster and a zipline that takes you on a thrilling ride around Lumberjack Square, as well as the Loggersports log rolling attraction!
3. The Island Ropes Course
When it comes to Smoky Mountain attractions that are challenging and fun, head on over to The Island Ropes Course! This 3 story adventure experience at The Island in Pigeon Forge contains 30 different elements including 2 ziplines and a simulated free fall! There is no time limit to complete the course, and your kids can either finish by walking back down the stairs or using the Quick Jump to land on the bullseye below! You can rest assured there is always a certified employee on the course in case your children need any assistance. The minimum height requirement for The Island Ropes Course is 42 inches, but kids under 48 inches tall need a chaperone to go along. Kids under 42 inches can have some fun of their own on the smaller Sky Tykes Course!
We hope your kids enjoy visiting these exciting Smoky Mountain attractions before or after their tournament at Rocky Top Sports World! If you need somewhere to stay while you are in the Smokies, check out all of our convenient lodging options, and turn your tournament experience into a vacation!