Dollywood’s Pre-K Imagination Pass – It’s FREE for the 2020 Season


Pre- K Imagination Season Pass Information

Your little one must be born in either 2015 or 2016 to be eligible for this offer

So how do I register? 

  1. Register: It’s Easy. Go online for their FREE Pre-K Imagination Season Pass Before March 15, 2020
  2. Activate: Once you register online and head to Dollywood, bring your little one to the front gate with a photocopy of their birth certificate or passport (to confirm their birth year in order to process their pass)
  3. Have Fun & Play: Once your FREE Pre-K Imagination Season Pass is processed you can have fun all season long – it’s good at Dollywood AND Dollywood’s Splash Country for FREE for the entire season.

Click here to register for your Pre-K Imagination Season Pass

You have until March 15 to register your little one for the FREE Pre-K Imagination Season Pass! Don’t wait! Click on the link above to sign up today! 

Both parks offer so much for the entire family.  With fun activities for your littles and your teens, it’s an awesome place to spend a vacation. 

*While Parents do not have to have their own season pass, we do recommend that each parent or guardian purchase a two-park super pass so that you can visit as often as you would like with your child. A parent or guardian must accompany their child at the park at all times.  With only a short drive away, the Dollywood two-park Super Pass combined with the Pre-K Imagination Season Pass is a great way to have a summer of fun for the whole family.



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Emmie Croxford
Emmie Croxford is a single mom to three amazing boys: Hunter, Ryder, and Ben. With two boys on the autism spectrum, every day is an adventure. Emmie was an original founder of comedy troupe, Jester's Ink, and has toured throughout the country empowering women through comedy as well as providing various workshops in the corporate and non-profit sector for over 2 decades. She is currently working on her book, “Life of a Messy Mom.”