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Outdoor Gravity Park, Pigeon Forge

Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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4.5/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
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  • I took my son and his friends for his 14th birthday and they had a fantastic time. The staff was very courteous and accommodating. I did not realize this was a wet attraction and we came unprepared. W...  read more »
  • Very friendly people. Kid oriented. The girls went 3 days in a row and had to go back one more time before we left. A lot of fun for active kids. 
  • We did the dry one and my husband still got soaked. The plastic is faded so you can't even see where you're going, and you basically just roll straight down a hill. It's something you do one time, tha...  read more »
  • This place was way cool. If I had land with a sloped hill I would buy myself one. I don't think anybody who does this can say it was not fun. Too bad the ride has to end. They also give you a Go Pro and you can buy the video if you wish. Highly Recommended
  • Matt the employee, extremely rude to my GF. My girl friend made reservations online a month ahead not knowing what time the park closed. We came a bit early to see if we could go sooner then later. His comment to her was "yeah I'd hope so, we close at five" he's glad I didn't hear that. He needs to be addressed. It also wasn't busy, we were the only customers. Just seemed like he hates his job maybe time for a new one. Smh, very fun ride though.
  • After seeing a video on YouTube, my son convinced us to drive all the way from Colorado to Pigeon Forge for a family vacation. While we did many other activities in the area, this was the sole reason we chose this destination. Because of this, we were a little nervous it wouldn't be as cool as we hoped. We were not disappointed! The ride is very much like a wild water slide but different enough to be more thrilling. Overall a great experience but if I had to criticize anything it would be a long initial wait to get to the top and get going. The second and third time up was actually a lot faster though so maybe they were dealing with some first run of the day setup issues. Also I agree with another reviewer about the balls being clearer. Definitely a weathering issue and hopefully they can figure out some sort of UV protectant to keep them from becoming so cloudy. But don't let this deter you from going. If you are in the area, it is well worth it. Besides being a lot of fun and a decent value, the staff we interacted with were all fun and polite. And when you do go, look carefully for my free butterfly tattoo in the shuttle waiting area. If you happen to lean against it with a sweaty or sun block soaked body, you'll notice it transfers over much like all the signatures on the railing :) So glad my son found the Outdoor Gravity Park so we could experience it and the Pigeon Forge / Gatlinburg areas!
  • Re-opened as Outdoor Gravity Park (OGP), Zorb is closed. Way cool, highly recommend. I had been to Zorb and this was a much better experience. Staff were hip, cool, and very helpful. We had an awesome time zorbing. In spring/summer be prepared to get wet in the fall/winter they do have a dry zorbing option. First class!
  • Fun ride but I bought a Groupon and u get very terrible service and my family has multiple carriers and it was hard to pull up groupons.they should have free wifi.
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