Come zorbing at the Outdoor Gravity Park. Pigeon Forge’s newest attraction featuring H2OGO zorbing with warm water, where you slip, slide and get wet, still without any tumbling. The fast and adrenaline-packed descent is akin to a bouncy water slide. If you choose to get wet bring your swimsuit and towel -- this center is open, rain or shine (or cold).
During the fall and winter the Outdoor Gravity Park offers DRYGO, dry zorbing. The DRYGO is made up of three plastic spheres, one inside the other. The largest one is 11 feet in diameter. The middle sphere contains a cushion of water, and the smallest sphere slides around on the water layer. One, two or three passengers make Superman-like dives into the inner sphere and stay totally dry as they roll down a steep 1,000-foot-long hill. The passengers slip and slide without any tumbling as the smaller sphere spins inside the middle sphere. The DRYGO is subject to seasonal review.
Outdoor Gravity Park has carved five OGO routes down the hill. Two of the routes are straightaways, and three are zigzag routes.
“Our site is 17 acres, and we have plenty of room to grow. We plan to add to more attractions this summer. Rest assured that both will feature gravity and fun,” says Chris Roberts, an owner and mechanical engineer.
Outdoor Gravity Park is located on the former Zorb site that features the New Zealand iconic OGO adventure, just off the Parkway in Pigeon Forge at Traffic Light #1.
**Each Roll is considered 1 Person Zorbing. 3 People Rolling together are considered 3 Rolls.