Cold outside? No problem! Sevier County offers indoor family activities

Kyle Grainger # State

SEVIER COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) -- There are a lot of fun activities to do in Sevier County this weekend, and you can stay warm while doing them.

In Pigeon Forge, indoor attractions like Top Jump offer a lot of fun for the kids—and they can get rid of all that built up energy from the past week of staying indoors!

"What most people do that come through, they spend an hour or two in our trampoline area and they also go over and spend an hour in our climbing area as well. So it gets you two hours of great activity, gets the energy out of the kids, especially if you area going on a car ride back home,"
Chucky Blalock with Top Jump said.

Top Jump features 21 different climbing walls, an arcade area and even a special spot for the small kids.

Crave Golf Club is not your traditional mini golf. The facility features a candy land theme, and it's an inside attraction where the temperature is bit more comfortable than outside.

"We do have 19,000 square feet inside. We're the only full sized mini golf course here in the area,"
Blalock said.
"Each hole has a table and the table spins. So every time you spin you get to spin around five times before you putt, or putt on one knee. So just some good things to change the game, make it more challenging and fun."

In Sevierville, there's plenty to do at the Sevierville Community Center. From exercise classes to cosmic bowling, your family can spend an entire day for just a few dollars.

"There's swimming, we have water exercise classes, there's a fitness center if you want to do it on your own,"
spokesperson Bob Stahlke said.
"We're in the bowling center right now and we've got open bowling. We're open just about every day, in fact on Saturday night we have cosmic bowling. If you've never done that, it's a great activity for the whole family. We've got bumpers for the kids so everyone can score well."

You don't have to be a city resident to take part in the affordable family outings.

"We're very user friendly, we don't charge a lot, we just try to get a little back to support what we're doing It's easy to come for the whole family,"
he said.

Follow these links below to find out ideas for your family during the cold winter months:
City of Sevierville website
Sevierville Parks & Recreation Facebook page