Happy family on vacation

Whether you’re staying with us for a weekend or an entire week, vacation time is precious! Here are 5 steps to have the perfect day at our Pigeon Forge hotel:

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1. Start the day with our delicious free continental breakfast.

Vacation Lodge has a free continental breakfast that goes above and beyond the typical hotel fare. Our breakfast includes Krispy Kreme donuts, cereals, bagels and cream cheese, biscuits with gravy, scrambled eggs, and a wide assortment of different breakfast muffins. Starting your day off right with a hearty breakfast will give you the energy you need for a full day of fun in the Smokies.

2. Spend quality time on your suite’s balcony.

When you finish breakfast, let your food digest and spend some time on your suite’s private balcony. Take in scenic views with your family as you plan the day’s adventures.

3. Shop until you drop in Pigeon Forge.

Pigeon Forge is known for its incredible shopping and his home to over 300 boutiques and outlets. Whether you’re looking for clothing, candy, sporting Shopping as a familygoods, or souvenirs, you’re guaranteed to find what you’re looking for. A few of our favorite places to go shopping include:

4. Enjoy dinner and a show.

After shopping, head on over to one of Pigeon Forge’s great dinner shows. Not only will you see some great entertainment, but you will also enjoy a full meal! Here are a few of the area’s most popular shows:

Kids playing in a pool5. End the evening at our heated pool.

After an excellent dinner show and a busy day out and about, a great way to wind down and relax for the evening is taking a dip in the heated pool. No matter what time of year it is, the heated pool offers a great way to enjoy a relaxing swim.

To start planning your stay at the Vacation Lodge, visit our Pigeon Forge Hotel Reservations page!

 

Jason Fishman

Jason Fishman is a writer and editor specializing in history, dining, travel and tourism. In his spare time, he enjoys science fiction, breakfast food and bad puns.