Pigeon Forge is beautiful in the beginning of November. The leaves are still turning and falling off the trees and the departure of fall brings in a chill in the air and excitement among the locals. The view from our Pigeon Forge cabins is spectacular. During the month of November, Pigeon Forge transforms into a festival of Christmas lights. But that doesn’t mean the celebration of Thanksgiving is skipped.
Many families come into Pigeon Forge to celebrate Thanksgiving in the smoky Mountains. Part of the charm of coming to Pigeon Forge for Thanksgiving is the family atmosphere, great views, and the abundance of entertainment.
A great Thanksgiving day in Pigeon Forge would consist of waking up in the morning to the gorgeous views of the Smoky Mountains. Rolls would bake in the oven and coffee would brew. Sitting on a rocking chair on the porch, sipping coffee, eating rolls, and planning out the day, the adults would have a relaxing and breathtaking kickstart to the holiday. Kids would start to wake up and of course would run to the many entertaining features of the Pigeon Forge cabin. They might play a foosball game, work at their pool table skills, watch some tv, play a card game, or jump in the hot tub. The family would turn on a football game while the turkey finished cooking. Then, everyone would gather around the table and partake in a delicious meal. When all of the food was finished the family might take a nap, watch more football, or sit in front of the fireplace and play a game. They also might go out for some fun on the town. At the end of the day hot chocolate would be sipped and the adults would take a dip in the hot tub to relax after the busy day of celebration.
A Thanksgiving in Pigeon Forge is a great opportunity for families to reconnect and spend time in a relaxing environment that takes minds off of the business and stress of life.