About a year ago, the scarily smart folks at Google sent an employee to walk with a backpack mounted multi-camera setup they call the Trekker
around the interior of the Dollywood & Splash Country theme parks in Pigeon Forge. That’s right, pedestrian areas are becoming available on Google Street View:
Used for several years on automotive routes around the world, pedestrian areas are becoming accessible via Google Street View. Internet viewers can get a great look at these Smoky Mountain theme parks (without the typical crowds) by following this link. I chose this particular location because it is the site of my favorite roller coaster in the world, the ultra-smooth and very cool Wild Eagle ride:
For lots more still photos from around the internet of this great ride, please click here. I really love where I live, and you can too – Call us at 865-436-2849 to begin enjoying all of the benefits of living in the Smokies!!
Update: Learned this evening that Universal Studios theme park in Orlando has also been walked by Google. When Google filmed the Wizarding World of Harry Potter attraction, this guest appears to have been “splinched”.