The Dell Motorcoach Resort In Pigeon Forge, TN
The Dell Motorcoach Resort, a part of the Hidden Mountain Resort family, is a Class A or Super C motorcoach resort, located in Pigeon Forge, TN. There are plenty of campgrounds to choose from in the area, however if you are looking for an exclusive Class A or Super C only resort, then The Dell Motorcoach Resort should be your campground of choice. This is a private 18 site RV resort, with transient rentals available.
Located off the Parkway, at traffic signal 12.6 at Apple Valley Road, The Dell Motorcoach Resort is just .25 miles past The Apple Barn. The physical and mailing address of the office is 475 Apple Valley Road Sevierville, TN 37862. The resort location is just 1 mile from the Parkway, which is the mail strip for Pigeon Forge, and has most of the attractions and dinning options Pigeon Forge has to offer. Dollywood is just 5.5 miles from the resort, and if you didn’t bring a “TOAD”, there is a trolley that will pick you up at The Apple Barn, and take you to the central hub. From the central trolley hub you can go to various locations in Pigeon Forge, including Dollywood and Gatlinburg.
Hidden Mountain Resorts and Dell Motorcoach Resort, has standard full hookups with 50 and 30 amp electric, and free streamable wi-fi. The Dell also comes with access to two swimming pools located on the property at the Hidden Mountain Resort. Other amenities include a gym with showers, several scenic walking trails and a mountain top venue that overlooks Pigeon Forge. The view from atop Hidden Mountain Resorts is really beautiful at night, as you can see most of the lights in Pigeon Forge, including the Ferris wheel. Firewood is also available for purchase at the hidden mountain office and can be delivered to your site. Below are some pictures of the amenties available when you stay and The Dell Motorcoach Resort:
This exclusive motorcoach resort in Pigeon Forge has a gated entry, and is restricted to owners and registered guests. Entry beyond the gate requires a gate key for a level of security. Once you arrive at your site, you will feel the seclusion of the spacious, well landscaped lots, and in fact, you are just 1 mile away from the main strip of Pigeon Forge, which the best of both worlds.
The cost per night at The Dell Motorcoach Resort is competitive. When evaluating the cost to stay at The Dell, don’t discount the privacy you will get at your site vs. the traditional campgrounds. If you have been in crowds all days from your adventures and entertainment, it is nice to come back to your site and have some privacy as you wrap up the day. Below are the current Prices Spring 2021, and are subject to change. We recommend you visit their website for updated rates and availability.
- Standard Sites, (Pull-in or Back-in) $65/night
- Luxury Sites (With Coach House Studio). 145-165 / night
- See Hidden Mountain Website for current rates and availability:
- Great Smokey Mountains National Park
- Alcatraz Museum
- Hollywood Wax Museum
- Pigeon Forge Snow
- Ripley’s Aquarium
- Sevier Air
- Titantic Museum
- Dolly’s Splash Country
- Ober Gatlinburg
- Parrot Mountain
- Rafting in the Smokies
- River Rat Rafting
- Rowdy Bears Coaster and Glider
- Rowdy Bear Adventure Park
- Tennessee Smokies Baseball
- The Coaster Goats on the Roof
- Waldens Creek Stables
- Sevier Golf Club
- and many more…..
Local Show’s and Dining Options Close to The Dell Motorcoach Resort
Pigeon Forge has almost every kind of dining option. In addition, there is an array of dinners shows to choose from. I will list some of the more popular shows and chain resturaunts below:
- Comedy Barn Dinner Show
- Dolly’s Stampede Dinner Show
- Hatfield & McCoy’s Dinner Show
- Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud
- Pirate’s Voyage Dinner Show
- Smokey Mountain Opry
- The Grand Majestic
- Texas Roadhouse
- Cracker Barrel
- The Local Goat
- TGI Fridays
- Buffalo Wild Wings
- Quaker Steak and Lube
- Olive Garden
- Red Lobster
- Dave and Busters
- Longhorn Steak House
- Apple Barn Farmhouse Restaurant
- Chop House
- Huck Finn’s
- Cherokee Grill
- Bubba Gump Shrimp
- Harpoon Harry’s
- And Many more….
Tips For a Great Experience
- When driving to The Dell Motorcoach Resort on Apple Valley Road, just after you pass the Apple Barn and Cider Mill structure there will be a fork in the road. Take a right at the fork, and then before you get to the office you will see the entrance to The Dell Motorcoach Resort, to your left across from the white houses. Turn into the Dell and then proceed to the sign where you are instructed to unhook your “TOAD” if you have one, and then call their office for an escort to your site.
- During your stay Parkway traffic peaks on Friday and Saturday between 1-7pm so plan on delays when traveling on the Parkway during these times, as multiple visitors are in town for the shows, attractions, shopping, dining, and gateway to Gatlinburg. If there is a special event for example “Rod Run”. it could take you several hours to drive less than 10 miles.
- As the pandemic eases most of the restaurants in Pigeon Forge are still experiencing labor shortages. I would try to avoid going to sit down restaurants between 4:30pm to 7:00pm to avoid long wait times. It has not been unusual to have 1-3 hour wait times even after the mask and gathering mandates have been lifted. An earlier or later dining time outside this window is advised.
- When departing The Dell or Pigeon Forge, try to avoid leaving Sunday morning, especially in The Dell. There is a new 180 site campground that just opened, and there is only one road out of Apple Valley Road (with an RV), combine that with the IHOP and Apple Barn Breakfast traffic, exiting to the Parkway (Main Strip) will be very congested. Between 8am and Noon is the time that 90% of visitors in town are eating breakfast and departing as well. Sunday afternoon or late Saturday night is the best option in regards to traffic, if you must leave Sunday.
Stay in a class A motorcoach resort located in Pigeon Forge Forge, for a fun filled vacation or weekend getaway, with all that Pigeon Forge and the surrounding area has to offer. Reserve your stay at “The Dell Motorcoach Resort” in a Class A or Super C motorcoach resort with spacious and secluded sites, and kick back and relax by the campfire at the end of a busy day. Be sure to review the tips above to make the most of your stay.