Dollywood Announces Largest Expansion Ever for 2019 – Wildwood Grove

In what is being called the largest expansion in the 33-year history of Dollywood, the park announced it’s new land for 2019: Wildwood Grove.

In total, Wildwood Grove will have eleven experiences throughout the new land. The $33 million expansion is designed to be a new space for family attractions.

Black Bear Trail is an attraction similar to the infamous Moose on the Loose at Darien Lake.

The Dragon Flyer will be an inverted family coaster.

In total, most of the attractions will be specifically for children, while many are designed for families.

It’s also fair to mention that many of these attractions look like updated versions of rides in the aging County Fair section of Dollywood. Which desperately needed updating.

We look forward to seeing Wildwood Grove when it opens at Dollywood in 2019!

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