On your summer time Pigeon Forge vacation there’s so much to see and do! You can take a trip to Cades Cove, visit the Dixie Stampede, browse the downtown streets, or relax in your cabin while you enjoy your Smoky Mountain view.
Have you thought about cooking on your vacation? You may be interested to know that Pigeon Forge offers nearby Farmer’s Markets that boast fresh, natural and locally grown fruits and vegetables!
Spend a morning driving through Cades Cove. This is the perfect time to visit, and since it’s nice and cool in the mornings, you have a greater chance of seeing wildlife such as bear, turkey and deer. After you spend a few hours combing through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and exploring century old homesteads, you may have worked up an appetite!
Head over to Sevierville and stop at the Wear’s Valley Farmers Market. Offering a variety of fresh peaches, apples, squash, cantaloupe and more, you will find some delicious treats and eats at this gem of an attraction!
Vendors from across Sevierville gather to sell their fresh and locally grown produce. The staff are very friendly and helpful and will ensure that you select the tastiest, juiciest fruit that they have!
In addition to their tomatoes, watermelon and carrots, some vendors also offer jams, jellies and honeys to take home with you! These jarred treats make great gifts for your friends and family back in your home state, as well.
Do you love barbeque? The Neighborhood BBQ Grill is on site, boasting some of the most famous barbeque in Pigeon Forge! With fall off the bone ribs, juicy beef brisket, roasted ears of corn, deep fried apple pies, homemade peach ice cream and more, you will love this unique and less-tourist eatery.
After your first stop at the Wears Valley Farmer’s Market, you will be hooked! Begin a family tradition and stop for some barbeque and produce year after year.