High above the stress and cares of modern living, our riding stables at Jayell Ranch are the perfect place to escape. There are acres of trees and fantastic Smoky Mountain views. While you're here you can sit out on the front porch and enjoy the breeze rustling through the trees and unwind from that shopping spree in Pigeon Forge.
The hour-long, 4 mile trail winds through more than 260 acres. Come try the longest zipline in the Smokies! This is a must for all ages with awesome views of North Carolina and the Smoky Mountains! This is a thrill you'll go home talking about. The farm has been in the same family for over 200 years. This property has the first house built outside of Shield's Mountain Fort, the first major settlement in East Tennessee.
Jayell Ranch is located next to Dollywood, the world famous attraction in the Smokies. We are family owned and operated, and customer satisfaction and safety is our #1 concern.
|$55.99||Horseback & Half Zip line Course|
|$74.99||Horseback & Full Zip line Course|
|$89.00||Horseback & ATV|
|$99.00||Half Zip line & ATV|
|$109.00||Full Zip line & ATV|
|$59.99||Add ATV to Horseback & Zip Line|
We are located 1 mile past the entrance to Dollywood on the corner of Veterans Blvd & Jayell Road. Only 5 minutes from the main parkway in Pigeon Forge.
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This place was so fun! We went out on the ATVs and our guide was the best! The entire staff was so friendly and courteous!
First time on an ATV and it was a blast! The trails were awesome and our guide, Pops, was the best! We will be back! It's a must!
We loved the horseback riding and zip-lining experience, and our guides were amazing. They do a wonderful job with their information and safety checks, and they love to chat. But the website advertises that it is completely 100% handicap accessible and it is in no way accessible. The bathrooms have no bars, the parking lot is awful for normal cars (so forget trying to get a handicap van in there), the walkways are all sloped and not very flat or there's stairs to everything, and there is no way for anyone that would transfer to even get to anywhere except maybe the counter where you buy tickets and only if you have a good motorized chair. Do not try a scooter here or a manual chair. You will not make it, and you'll more than likely tip. There's also the fact that you can't go to the bathroom while you're there (even as a spectator) because it's not accessible at all.