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16 Rainy Day Activities in Pigeon Forge

16 Rainy Day Activities in Pigeon Forge

Get a pack of cards and enjoy some old-fashioned family fun. No matter whether you’re learning a new game or playing an old family favorite, you’ll love connecting and competing with loved ones!  Board Games are a favorite as well, along with Jig Saw Puzzles.       Take a trip back in time by browsing through an antique store! Visit Yesterday’s Antiques at Pigeon Forge at 921 Wears Valley Road.         Laugh until your sides hurt at Comedy Barn.  This is one of our favorite shows.  We have seen it at least three times, and we always laugh!… Read more »

5 Must Do Winter Activities in the Smoky Mountains

5 Must Do Winter Activities in the Smoky Mountains

Trolley Ride – Be Wowed by Winterfest Holiday Lights Go to http://www.pigeonforgetrolley.org and buy your tickets for a climate controlled trolley ride, or pick them up at the Trolley Office or one of the Pigeon Forge Welcome Centers. Sit back, relax and have fun with other visitors to the area and be mesmerized by Winterfest lights in Pigeon Forge. The tour begins at the north end of the Parkway. Every Chistmas season, Pigeon Forge becomes daylight at night with over five million lights. This is a family event for young children all the way to those who are young at… Read more »

5 Reasons to Eat at Locally Owned Restaurants in the Smoky Mountains

5 Reasons to Eat at Locally Owned Restaurants in the Smoky Mountains

  What are your taste buds craving while you are enjoying log cabin life? That’s a question you may be asking when staying at My Bearfoot Cabins in the Smoky Mountains. If you decide to eat out and not wanting the same chain restaurants here’s a great alternative… http://www.johnsonfamilyofrestaurants.com   The Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg areas are full of chain restaurants, but if you are looking for locally owned restaurants, there’s only one that comes to mind. The Johnson Family of Restaurants, with several outstanding locations in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, and roots going back to Cades… Read more »