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Jurassic Jungle Boat, Pigeon Forge

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Where to stay in Pigeon Forge

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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  • Was OK but no where near the 50.00 it cost 3 of us to go. We will not be going again. The ride didn't last long  more »
  • !literally cool. Lol we went because it was so hot outside so we went to cool off. Which turned out to be a fun ride.  more »
  • This attraction was definitely worth our time and money. We had a lot of fun. It was scary at first because we didn't know what to expect. I think I screamed more than my wife. : ) But honestly, fun f...  more »
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  • The worst! This ride is completely run down. The rubber on most of the dinosaurs is torn, just flapping during animation. The staff is rude. Guy behind the glass was such a jerk. Rolled his eyes when I mentioned I had a coupon.. interrupted me because apparently my speaking was annoying him.. then acted as if he were put out & doing me a favor by taking my $50! Had it not been for my special needs child wanting to see "dinosaurs"... I'd have kept my money. So unprofessional but something tells me (by the condition of the attraction) owners aren't concerned with the happiness of their customers, only the money in their pockets.
  • I wish I read the reviews before spending $65 for my family to go on this "ride". It looks cool from the out side, and 20 years ago it probably was, but this ride is cheap and run down. It's like a haunted house in a traveling fair. The animatronics are cheap, the dinosaurs rubber skin is torn on many of the robots. The speakers sound like they're blown out, full of static. It's a big piece of real estate, it would be cool if they renovated it. But it's still like paying to go on one ride.
  • We saw it from the road and weren't expecting much but had to check it out while we were here. It was way worse than we thought it would be! Extremely expensive for what it is. Dinosaurs are it horrible condition, and some don't work properly or at all. If you get the opportunity to ride this, DONT! Save your money!!!! It's almost $15 a person for adults! If it were $5-10 it wouldn't be quite as bad but even then, it still sucks!
  • Kids liked it and it was fun watching them but very dark. Couldn't see more than half of the props cause the lights weren't working. Probably won't pay $55 for 4 people to go again until it gets better.
  • I really can't believe it's still open, especially all these new places being built. It's way out dated, people who work there don't care, and price for admission Should be free. Don't waste your money or time.