The Island in Pigeon Forge is by far one of the fastest-growing venues for family-friendly entertainment in the Smoky Mountains. Along with their 200-foot ferris wheel, the Pigeon Forge attraction is also home to several delicious restaurants, quaint shops and exciting attractions. And just when you didn’t think that a trip to The Island could get any better, the Pigeon Forge attraction releases the details for their second annual Halloween event.
Classic car fans, start your engines! The Pigeon Forge Rod Run is coming back to the Smokies for another year of family fun. This two day event in Pigeon Forge brings thousands of collectors, vendors, and spectators to town for one of the best car shows in the country. Read on to learn everything you need to know about this Smoky Mountain tradition.
To celebrate 20 years of beautiful quilting, Pigeon Forge’s ‘A Mountain Quiltfest’ is making its way back to the Smokies for another fabulous year! Quilters and crafters from around the world head to the Smoky Mountains, every year, to experience the exciting event in Pigeon Forge.
When you stay in our Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg cabins, you won’t be far from the excitement that can be found on the Parkways. Whether you choose to explore the events in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg or spend time relaxing on the porch of our cabins, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the harvest time in the Smoky Mountains! This year, we, at Auntie Belham’s Cabin Rentals, think it’s a great idea for families to visit Dollywood’s National Southern Gospel and Harvest Celebration.
Sure, eating burgers and hotdogs while relaxing in the backyard or at a Gatlinburg cabin rental with your family and friends is a traditional way to spend the Fourth of July. However, why not page homage and respect to the true meaning of the holiday at the Pigeon Forge event known as the Patriot Festival?
The Gatlinburg Farmers Market is a jewel within a gem that is Gatlinburg TN. It sits in the famed tourist destination hotspot that is nestled between Knoxville and Asheville. The Gatlinburg Farmers Market is open for the summer season and can be visited for 3 hours every Saturday morning (8:30 - 11:30). Fresh vegetables and handmade crafts can all be found on location.