13 acres located on Veterans Boulevard directly across from Dollywood. This property sees 25,867 cars daily. Easy access to downtown Pigeon Forge with countless retail, restaurant, and entertainment options. This site is adjacent to Dollywood, the most visited attraction in the state, Dolly's Splash Country and the new Dream More Resort.
- Dollywood - 2,400,00 Visitors Annually
- Dolly's Splash Country - 350,000 Visitors Annually
- Dollywood’s Dream More Resort - 230,000-square-foot resort, offers 306 guest rooms, farmhouse-style restaurant, spa, indoor and outdoor pool complex, fire pits, swings, hammocks, and more
The property shares a signalized intersection with Dolly's Splash Country and guarantees easy access to hungry and thirsty park goers after a long day. The proposed extension of Jake Thomas Blvd from The Cal Ripken Experience to Veterans Blvd should make this the hub for new development in Pigeon Forge for years to come.
Adjacent to Dollywood, the Most Visited Attraction in the State, Dolly's Splash Country and the new Dream More Resort.
Shares a signalized intersection with Dolly's Splash Country and guarantees easy access to hungry and thirsty park goers after a long day.
The proposed extension of Jake Thomas Blvd from The Cal Ripken Experience to Veterans Blvd should make this the hub for new development in Pigeon Forge for years to come.
All information based on the most recently available data (updated annually) and is provided in 1-mile, 3-mile, and 5-mile radii (radiuses) of the property location.
|Population Median Age||40||40||40|
|Population by Age||0-9 Yrs||303 (12%)||2242 (13%)||3907 (12%)|
|10-19 Yrs||343 (14%)||2152 (12%)||3767 (12%)|
|20-29 Yrs||274 (11%)||1845 (10%)||3555 (11%)|
|30-39 Yrs||279 (11%)||2175 (12%)||4017 (12%)|
|40-49 Yrs||318 (13%)||2233 (13%)||3896 (12%)|
|50-59 Yrs||308 (12%)||2401 (14%)||4657 (14%)|
|60-69 Yrs||248 (10%)||1894 (11%)||3620 (11%)|
|70+ Yrs||324 (13%)||2194 (12%)||3798 (12%)|
|Median HH Income||$44,860||$41,986||$42,499|
|Total Household Income||< 24K||230 (28%)||1758 (28%)||2988 (25%)|
|25-49K||212 (26%)||1943 (31%)||3866 (33%)|
|50-74K||149 (18%)||1063 (17%)||1991 (17%)|
|75-99K||67 (8%)||562 (9%)||1131 (9%)|
|100-199K||109 (13%)||677 (10%)||1214 (10%)|
|200K+||41 (5%)||212 (3%)||376 (3%)|
|Highest Education Level||No Diploma||264||2170||4188|
|Diploma or GED||558||4188||7588|
|Total Housing Units||1,101||8,763||17,350|
|Owner-Occupied Values||< 100K||87||661||1337|
|Total Working Age Population||1,888||13,688||25,172|
|In Work Force||1,088||8,194||15,881|
|Not In Work Force||800||5,494||9,291|
|Single Male w/Child||58||344||448|
|Single Female w/Child||69||533||850|
Population Change Last Two Decades - Plus Projection
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