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  • Address : 716 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN 37738
  • Phone Number : +1 865-436-2326
  • Email : info@smokymountainfun.com
  • Street Number : 716
  • Route : Parkway
  • Postal Code : 37738
  • Locality : Gatlinburg
  • State : Tennessee (TN)
  • Country : United States
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  • Monday : 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday : 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday : 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
  • Thursday : 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
  • Friday : 10:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Saturday : 10:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Sunday : 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
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    4 out of 5 Rating

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    Good value for range of indoor activities in the heart of Gatlinburg.

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    4 out of 5 Rating

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    Summary: Fun place to go for the price/activities, don't let the dated feeling of the building scare you away. Staff was very nice. Fort Fun had two do it all passes, we chose the one that was $20/pp and included 9 activities (you could do all 9--bumper cars, laser tag, 3D theater, motion ride/simulator, laser maze, blacklight golf, two outdoor mini golf courses and gem mining--or double up on some--except for gem mining which is allowed only once). For $3-4 more you can do all the above, plus get a souvenir golf ball and 100 tickets for toys (like the ones at chuck e cheese) . We opted for the $20 pass over the pick any six ($16) because the "passes" allowed us to return within 10 days of the original purchase date and do any of the activities we didn't finish (big selling point for us). Any individual activity on it's own was just over $11. We started with bumper cars, it was a small track but it was a lot of fun and it was inside. We then moved on to laser tag. We had a some other kids join in on our group which made it more challenging than just us against our two and the arena was larger than I would have thought. After laser tag we played one of the two outdoor mini golf courses (supposedly the easier one), the courses were a little dated but nicely kept up and playing mini golf in the shade was a nice touch! I liked having a view from the hill of downtown. The 8 y/o pooped out on us early on golf and our 7 y/o did ok (they both have the attention span of gnats and aren't the greatest mini golfers) so we skipped doing the second outdoor course and the blacklight course. We moved on to the laser maze which was in a separate building. Both kids seemed interested at first, but got scared when it was their turn and the maze itself seemed to be pretty quick (tag three lights to stop the clock). The 8 y/o complained of the smell from the fog machine. We went back inside to do bumper cars again then decided to watch the 3D/4D movie. The theater was small, but set up nicely, IMAX style (note- not an actual IMAX theater) and the shark movie was ok and just kinda left you hanging. Because we had to head back to town for the 8 y/o's swim meet, we decided to do one more activity and settled on gem mining which I think was the highlight of both kids' day. Each of us got a big bag of dirt that contained multiple gems/crystals. It was a nice activity to finish on, especially on a hot day. And we have two more activities that we can use when we come back to Gatlinburg sometime next week. On a side note, during the laser maze we were chatting with some people who had done the motion ride/simulator and they all advised against it saying it was a bit "rough". They also said the blacklight mini golf was only 9 holes vs 18. ~~

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    3 out of 5 Rating

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    Golf was ok, there were several large spider webs to avoid. Pigeon Forge has many better options. If you are looking to do combinations of what they offer than this is ok. If you are just in for golf, I would steer clear.

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    4 out of 5 Rating

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    The laser tag was a hit with the kids. They have a very small indoor bumper cars and some arcade games that give tickets.

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    5 out of 5 Rating

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    On a recent trip to Gatlinburg we found this place to be a relief from the busy shopping atmosphere of Gatlinburg. Fort Fun was a great place for our entire family to interact and have some family fun. They have great ticket package deals so we purchased the “do it all pass” which is fifteen dollars for any 6 activities that we wanted to choose. They have several activities available including two outdoor mini golf courses, an indoor black light mini golf course, a 3D IMAX style theater, a huge laser tag room, indoor door bumper cars, a motion ride, a shooting gallery, and an arcade. We had a blast! We chose to play laser tag twice, black light mini golf, one outdoor mini golf course, the motion ride, and the 3D theater. My husband and I had just as much fun playing laser tag as our kids did. The 3D Movie was excellent and we all had a blast playing mini golf. The only draw backs that we saw were that they only have one bathroom that everyone has to share and it is also somewhat warm and muggy inside the main building. As an adult it would have been nice to have had a good cold beer, but I understand that the reasoning for not selling or allowing alcohol is due to the family atmosphere they have created and support. The fun that we experienced as a family far outweighed any of the draw backs that we found and provided our family with a night full of fun and adventure for a reasonable price. I would recommend this place to anyone looking to have a good time.

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