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Everything you need in a home base for relaxing or exploring and making lasting memories is right here. The Margaritaville Island Inn is the perfect hub for a Great Smoky Mountains adventure. Located on the Parkway, right at the entrance to The Island, the Inn is in the middle of everything fun! Come for a visit with your active friends to hike and stay fit, or your family to gather and stay close.

Whether you hit the hiking trails, leaf peep, shop till you drop, learn how to fly fish, challenge yourself with extreme thrill rides, go white-water rafting or kick back and enjoy The Island entertainment complex, the Margaritaville Island Inn is a great place to stay for your Pigeon Forge vacation.

An encore to the award-winning Margaritaville Island Hotel, the Margaritaville Island Inn is a laidback, tropically inspired choice for active travelers, couples, or the whole family. Practical amenities that make your stay comfortable and special touches that make it fun have been thoughtfully included for your enjoyment.

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  • Complimentary Breakfast in Paradise
  • Outdoor Pool and Firepit
  • Indoor Pool and Hot Tub
  • Shops and Restaurants Within Walking Distance
  • Friends and Family Gathering Room
  • Complimentary "Surf The Web" Computer Station
  • 24-Hour Snack Shack and Coffee Service
  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Guest Laundry
  • Complimentary WI-FI in Rooms and Public Areas
  • Retail Marketplace
  • St. Somewhere Spa Located in Complex
  • Complimentary Bicycles for Inn Guests
  • 24-Hour Fitness Center
  • Complimentary Gated Parking Space
  • Daily Housekeeping Service

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The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is full of sights that are waiting to be discovered. A preserve of majestic forests, wildflowers, rushing mountain streams and remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture are waiting to be explored. Take an auto tour, a hike, a bike ride, or hit the trail on horseback to check out America's most visited national park. Make sure to bring your camera!

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