Let’s start with a quiz: How often do you and your significant other spend time together?
A. All the time—we’re never out of each other’s sight.
B. On the weekends mostly. Dinner and a movie every Friday night.
C. Um, does brushing my teeth while he’s (or she’s) in the shower count?
If you answered C, you’re not alone. Many relationships suffer from the strain of busy work schedules, busier kids’ schedules, and the go-go-go pace of everything in between. But this year, let’s resolve not to let our partners fall by the wayside. Let’s make time for romance—even a romantic getaway to Pigeon Forge!
Why Pigeon Forge? Because there are dozens of ways to enjoy your time together, morning, noon, and night in the Smoky Mountains! From cozy mornings in the cabin to exciting adventures downtown, check out these romantic ideas for your Pigeon Forge getaway this year.
Quiet Morning in the Cabin
Your romantic getaway to Pigeon Forge can begin as soon as you open your eyes when you stay in one of our Smoky Mountain cabins. We have one-bedroom cabins with stunning views of the mountains and rocking chair porches to enjoy them from. Imagine sitting with your significant other, hand in hand, while you watch the sun gently glide over the horizon. Imagine heading back inside to your fully loaded kitchen for a homemade breakfast just for two. Indulge with a bacon-and-egg breakfast in bed, or enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast at your dining table set for two. You can spend a lazy morning soaking in the sights, watching a movie on your flatscreen TV, or soaking in your indoor jetted tub. Be sure to ask our reservation specialists about your favorite amenities so we can find the Pigeon Forge cabin that’s just right for your romantic escape!
After breakfast in bed or a quiet morning on the porch with the one you love, it’s time to leave the cabin for some exciting daytime adventures in Pigeon Forge. One of the best ways to experience the beauty of the Smokies and to spend quality time as a couple is to explore the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Imagine taking a hike together through the woods and enjoying a picnic lunch beside a waterfall. For something a little more adventurous, book a ride with Adventure Park Zip Lines, where you can ride 7 zip lines over the course of about 2 hours and see the park in an exciting new way. Or try a guided trail ride on horseback with Five Oaks Riding Stables located in nearby Sevierville. There are plenty of ways to explore America’s most visited national park. Try them all with the one you love for an unforgettable Smoky Mountain rendezvous during your visit to Pigeon Forge!
Romantic Night on the Town
Now that you’ve enjoyed your cabin and explored the best of what the Smoky Mountains have to offer, you’re ready for your romantic date night in Pigeon Forge. After all, this is what you came for, right? To get dressed up, go out on the town, and just enjoy being together. Well, Pigeon Forge is the right place to make all your date-night fantasies come true. You can enjoy a delicious dinner at one of Pigeon Forge’s favorite upscale restaurants. Try Johnny Carino’s if you’re looking for something Italian, or the Alamo Steakhouse is a perfect choice for perfectly seared steaks. They even have romantic dining nooks where you can slip away from the crowd and enjoy an intimate dining experience, just the two of you. After dinner, try a ride on the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel at The Island, where you can soak in the sights of the Smokies while enjoying some cuddle time in your private gondola. Or you can book your seats at the Country Tonite Theatre or the Smoky Mountain Opry.
Remember, these are just a few ideas of how you can spend the weekend or even a full week with the one you love. Take advantage of all that Pigeon Forge has to offer and make the most of your relationship in 2016 by booking your romantic getaway today!
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