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Arcade City, Pigeon Forge

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Despite its relatively small size, Pigeon Forge offers diverse lodging options, including family-owned hotels, luxury resorts, and quaint bed and breakfasts. To take advantage of the most this pristine natural area has to offer, consider pitching a tent or driving your RV into one of many campgrounds just outside of town. In addition to traditional sites for tent and trailer camping, many rustic campgrounds in the area offer mountain cabins for rent, which include modern conveniences like TVs, microwaves, and refrigerators.
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  • Our family had a really great time there yesterday and today( 12 and 13 ). Joey and Mathew were very helpful and always around when we had questions about a game. We plan on coming back on our next tr...  more »
  • This arcade is better than most. The employees are nice and helpful. I thought the game cards were a great deal, especially with two kids. Shout out to employee, Matthew, at the prize counter. He expl...  more »
  • We always enjoy visiting this arcade. My boys can spend hours there. It's a great location, my boys can play and I can shop or sit and watch the water show. Very affordable and family friendly.  more »
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  • Gary and Hanna, best part 11/10. In all seriousness, we've been coming up here for almost 4-5 years and we've always had a blast! Thank you for great service and a lot of fun for many years to come!
  • Quite possibly the worst arcade I have ever been too. If you're looking for a good way to waste money look no farther. 10/10 would never step inside the doors again. I would rather just roll up my money and smoke it. Would rate 0 stars if it were an option. Also the claw machines were rigged. Prize would get as close as 2 inches from the hole before falling out of the claws. Many times I had either the beats headphones or a stuffed animal in the claw only for it to fall out right before it got to the hole. Cost per play were also 1.5-2 times more expensive than any arcade I've ever been too. Prizes for playing also sucked. 50 dollars for game credits may just be enough for a cylinder of warheads containing 56 pieces.
  • We always have a great time here as a family. They have stickers bound to a card. You don't have to work about carrying around a mess of tickets with you and money is reliable on the card as well.
  • Nice, big arcade with plenty of room between machines. Play games, earn tickets which can be traded in for prizes. They seem to have a very good selection of prizes, and especially so at the lower end, where you will probably be (unless you drop a lot of money). Nothing amazing, but at least there are a lot of items to choose between. The claw machines seem a little loose... I had an item in the claw, all the way to the top and it fell while moving... probably typical, but another nearby arcade has machines that hold on a good deal better. They have one machine that is huge, and it has giant rubber balls inside... It is something to see. It will set you back $3, though. This was one of the machines where the claw dropped the prize while moving to the prize chute. :( Still -- it is a aesthetically pleasing and fun with a very nice variety of prizes. Also, it's at the Island, which is convenient.
  • Lots of different games. Self serve machines that take cards or cash to get electronic cards to play games. Typical points rewards - inexpensive toys and candy.