Enjoy spectacular views of Mt. LeConte and the sparkling lights of downtown Gatlinburg. Zip side by side with friends and family through the treetops on Gatlinburg’s fastest dual-racing zip line. Fly on a high-speed mountain coaster with twists and turns through the forest then enjoy the ride back to the summit. Stroll through the trees 60’ above ground on our treetop canopy walk. Play, climb and discover together at a treehouse playground designed for children of all ages.
Dine with friends and family while relaxing at shaded picnic pavilions while enjoying sunset at the summit of this natural forested playground right in downtown Gatlinburg!
Shop and Dine at Firefly Village: Included in the cost of the lift ticket
Discover magical treehouse themed retail stores, featuring handmade candies, jewelry, local crafts, clothing and unique gifts.
Scenic Overlooks : Included in the cost of the lift ticket
Our scenic overlooks will provide an opportunity to enjoy the almost 360 degree view of the surrounding mountains, including Mt. LeConte and a unique overlook into downtown Gatlinburg.
Tree Canopy Walk: Included in the cost of the lift ticket
Get a bird’s eye view as you walk through the tree tops 40 – 60 feet above the ground along a series of 21 hanging bridges that connect the forest trees. Enjoy high stepping adventure while learning about the tree canopy through engaging interpretive signage.
Children’s Treehouse Playground: Included in the cost of the lift ticket
Play, climb and discover together at a treehouse playground designed for children of all ages.
Zip Line Adventure: ticket required
Fly through the sky our dual-racing racing zip lines as you challenge your friends and test their limits of fun and adventure.
Single Rail Mountain Coaster: ticket required
Fly on a high-speed mountain coaster with twists and turns through the forest then enjoy the ride back to the summit.
“Owning our campus allows Arrowmont to continue to enrich the lives of the artists and people of our community for generations to come,” Geoffrey Wolpert, president of Arrowmont’s Board, said in the release. “Gatlinburg, Pi Beta Phi and Arrowmont share an intertwined history, and that history gives this institution a momentum that will allow it to shape a future that is vital and important to the growing international community that benefits from what happens on this campus.”
Funding for the purchase was provided by Arrowmont, friends of Arrowmont donations, The City of Gatlinburg and the Windgate Charitable Foundation. In August 2015 Karen Bentz, an owner of the Anakeesta project, was honored by the Pi Beta Phi fraternity for her ongoing efforts during the negotiation process.