KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — A $40-million, 100-acre entertainment attraction will soon open its doors in Sevierville.

SkyLand Ranch will be set on a 100-acre farm located directly across from the Tanger Outlets. Visitors will take a scenic chairlift, with the option of both chairs or open-air cabins, to the top of the ranch where the main entertainment will be located.

The site will boast a variety of attractions including a mile-long mountain coaster, suspended bridge with a wide walkway and plans for a candy shop and bakery. Their website states they aim to serve visitors of all ages.

In all, SkyLand Ranch will accommodate more than 10 onsite attractions:

  • Chairlift
  • Mountain coaster
  • Suspended bridge
  • Canopy walks
  • Miniature animals
  • Candy kitchen
  • Ziplines
  • Bakery
  • Retail shops
  • Event space
  • Horseback riding

The SkyLand Ranch is owned by Mark and Lisa Williford, who also own Rowdy Bear Mountain Adventure Parks. Rowdy Bear has two locations in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.

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SkyLand Ranch will be located at 1620 Parkway in Sevierville, Tennessee.