Oconoluftee Farm Smoky Mountains - Pink Jeep Tour in Pigeon Forge, TN

Pink Jeep Tours3152 Parkway, Suite 1BPigeon Forge, TN 37863
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Immerse yourself in the Smoky Mountains on a Pink Jeep Tour through Oconoluftee Farm, a collection of 19th-century farm buildings. Witness Smoky Mountain views a mile high at Newfound Gap, learn all about the natural ecosystems of Eastern Tennessee, and take advantage of endless photo opportunities all before ending your tour with a 4x4 off-roading experience.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Pigeon Forge Travel Experts
  • Check-in is 20 minutes prior to your tour departure time.
  • Take advantage of extraordinary photo opportunities in the Smoky Mountains.
  • Tour group sizes: 9 people maximum.
  • Pregnant women or those with chronic back or neck problems should not participate in the 4x4 off-roading portion of the tour.


from Oconoluftee Farm Smoky Mountains - Pink Jeep Tour
The Oconaluftee Farm tour of the Smoky Mountains has a little something for everyone—making the most of quality time with loved ones in the great outdoors. This tour offers a paved experience and a thrilling 4x4 off-road adventure toward the end of your Oconaluftee Farm experience.

From our Pigeon Forge location, you’ll head for North Carolina. From the start, you’ll begin to fill your senses as you ride in an iconic, open-air Pink® Jeep® Wrangler. You’ll hear of the Native American cultures, pioneers, and farmers.

Soon, the Jeep stops at Oconaluftee Farm. This outdoor museum features a collection of 19th-century buildings that include a farmhouse, barn, apple house, and blacksmith shop. Situated next to a beautiful rolling stream, the site gives you a look into how families may have lived. Have your camera ready; this picturesque location often hosts grazing wildlife.

From Oconoluftee, you’ll climb 3,000 feet on paved roads. You’ll pass through a mixed forest made up of trees and smells that mimic that of the boreal forests that form a ring just south of the Arctic Circle. You’ll discover how the Smokies got their name, stop for amazing photo opportunities and hear more of local geology and history.

You’ll arrive at Newfound Gap, which is nearly 1 mile above sea level. You’ll see part of the mighty Appalachian Trail. Rockefeller Memorial, where U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt stood to dedicate the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Sept. 2, 1940, is here.

But Newfound Gap’s main attraction is its stunning viewpoint. It stretches as far as your imagination no matter the season. April and May bring wildflowers. The summer brings rolling and layered green hues. The fall features vibrant autumn colors. And, the winter reveals the true scale of the Great Smoky Mountains after its leaves have fallen.

The return trip includes stops for more photos. You’ll see the streams that ultimately feed the Gulf of Mexico via the mighty Mississippi River.

Your tour finishes with a thrilling off-roading ride through a trail on private land. Your professional tour guide has been expertly trained to give you an experience unlike any other in the Great Smoky Mountains.

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Jean R
Grand Rapids, Michigan
"great time"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed July 09, 2019 NEW
we went on the roaring forks tour. beautiful scenery are guide was wonderful and took our pictures so whole family could be included. end of tour we did an off road experience on their private property. grandkids loved it so much fun and worth the price.
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Mishawaka, Indiana
"Family vacation/awesome"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed July 09, 2019 NEW
We took a trip to Bryson and on the way saw numerous awesome views but with my husband driving it was very hard for him to enjoy it. So I saw these pink jeeps and said tours on them. I looked them up and saw they did one to the Newfound Gap. So I booked the tour. Stella was our guide and she was awesome. She was very knowledgeable and her driving skills were great. She took many pics for us and it was a great ride up the mountain. My husband and kids enjoyed the tour very much. We would definitely do it again.
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Tia B
Morgantown, West Virginia
"A great and fun way to see the Great Smoky Mountains"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed July 06, 2019 NEW
Decided to see the Great Smoky Mountains by taking a Pink Jeep tour. This is a great way to see the park and its beauty. We did the 3 hour Foothills tour. Kaley was our guide and made sure we were comfortable and safe. You can do 2, 3 and 4 hour tours of different aspects of the park. We got out for a bathroom break on our journey. We saw beautful waterfalls, stream and mountains. Kaley new her park well and was very friendly. I didnt care for the 4 wheeling experience but some would find it thrilling at the end of there journey{ you can opt out of this} Our tour was in the $60 dollar range but was a good experience when you dont know the history of the area or where to go. Would recommend to others visiting the area.
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"Great Guide but boring trip"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed July 02, 2019 NEW
I’ve been on Jeep tours in Sedona and the Grand Tetons, ( which were all off road) so was very excited about seeing the Smokey mountains on this trip from a Jeep. Our guide was friendly and made us all feel welcome. However, it soon became apparent that in the Smokey mountains, jeeps and other tours must remain on the road, that is a two lane parkway. I understand the reason behind this decision, ( to keep the ecosystem from being harmed) but I want the reader to know, that there is No Off-road exploration of the mountain. And there is very little to see from the road. NICE RIDE BUT NOT WHAT WE HOPED FOR,! The last ten minutes, the guide takes you off the road to a pink Jeep man-made trail. No sights just bumps and hills.
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Northville, Michigan
"Newfound Gap tour 3 hours with family reunion 2019"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 23, 2019 NEW
We had 11 in our party from ages 14 to 59. This was the highlight of our trip. Great way to get an overview of the Smoky Mountains and some history of the area too. Jordana was our guide and very caring about our comfort and answering our questions. Loved the views of the mountains. The kids said the off roading should be longer as they enjoyed that the most. I would love to go back and do the Roaring Forks trip next. Our guides were very proud of working for Pink Jeep tours and told us all great things about the company and history of Dolly Parton as well . Very informative and educational. Our kids Jeep guide seemed to be as knowledgeable as a park ranger. So we got a 2 for 1 tour experience.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Oconoluftee Farm Smoky Mountains - Pink Jeep Tour

What time do I need to check-in for my tour?
Check-in is 20 minutes prior to your tour departure time.

Where do we check-in for our tour?
All of our tours depart from our office which is located at 3152 Parkway, Suite 1B, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863.

Should we tip our guide and if so how much?
It is customary to tip the guide. Gratuity is based on individual preference but we suggest 15%, which is the industry standard. You may tip the guide in cash or have it added to your credit card.

What should I wear for our tour?
We recommend wearing comfortable outdoor clothing with closed toe shoes. You may want to bring a hat and switch to eyeglasses if you wear contacts (tours can be dusty and this can irritate your eyes if you wear contacts).

Is there anything special we need to bring?
Sunscreen and a bottle for water. We have a water refill station located at our merchandise store to keep your bottle full of water. Don't forget to bring a camera!

What can I bring on the tour?
A purse or standard sized backpack are acceptable, however, there is no storage space in our vehicles. Anything you bring needs to fit comfortably in your lap throughout the tour.

Can I bring food or alcohol?
Due to the bouncy nature of our tours, full meals or glass bottles are prohibited on the vehicle. If necessary, you are welcome to bring a small containable snack such as a granola bar. Due to Tennessee law, alcoholic beverages are prohibited in our vehicles.

Will there be other people on the tour?
Although our tours are intimate due to vehicle size (max of 6-9 people), there will likely be other guests on the tour. For information on reserving a private vehicle, see the reservations section of the FAQ.

Are pets allowed on tour?
Yes, we allow dogs that are under 15 pounds as long as they are in a soft-sided carrier that can be held in the owner's lap for the duration of the tour. Service animals are permitted on all of our tours.

Can people with physical disabilities take your tours?
For the safety of our passengers, all guests must have upper body strength with the ability to hold themselves up during the tour. Guests are responsible for getting themselves in and out of our vehicles for their tour.

Can seniors take the tours?
Pink Jeep welcomes all ages.

Can pregnant women go on your tours?
Our 4 Jeep tours in the Smoky Mountains stay on the pavement. Pink Jeep Tours does not allow guests who are pregnant to participate in off-road experience at the end of the tours.

How much sun exposure will I get while on a jeep tour?
Our Jeeps have canopies that offer some relief from sun exposure. We recommend wearing a hat and sunscreen and bringing a bottle of water.

Do you have A/C or heating in your vehicles?
For tours conducted in our open-air Jeeps, there is no air conditioning or heating in these vehicles. The Jeeps are equipped with canopies to shield you from the sun and we provide blankets during colder weather. For tours conducted in our enclosed vehicles, usually used for our longer day trips, there is air conditioning and heating. Blankets are also provided during colder weather.