Sweet is one word that comes to mind when you’re looking around for places to eat in Pigeon Forge. In fact, it won’t just be a thought, you’ll see it as part of the name of a handful of businesses in the area serving delectable treats. Don’t pass these shops by, as we’d like to show you 5 shops where you can find so many delicious sweet treats!
We just had to list this shop, even though it’s not technically a place to eat; however, it’ll take a lot to resist the urge to indulge before paying for your prized candies. The Sweet! candy shop located at The Island in Pigeon Forge has one of the largest selection of sugary favorites, past and present. From taffy and bubble gum, to chocolate bars and soda jars, you’ll get a sugar rush just by walking through the aisles of treats.
2. Sweet Sensations Ice Cream
This Parkway parlor in one of the coolest places to eat in Pigeon Forge for everyone’s favorite dessert — ice cream, of course! There is a great selection of ice cream flavors at Sweet Sensations Ice Cream available in waffle cones that are simply better when coated in chocolate. They are known to be quite generous with their servings, so we hope you’re hungry enough for the challenge of finishing these fan favorites.
3. Sweet Shoppe
Sweet Shoppe is located within the confines of the Dollywood theme park, and it’s a must for families with a hankering for ice cream. Located in the Showstreet area near the entrance, it’s a great way to kick off your visit, or the perfect ending to your thrilling day at one of the country’s most popular amusement parks. You’ll be delighted with 10 different flavors that you can enjoy as a shake, sundae, or in a homemade waffle bowl.
4. Sweet Frog Premium Frozen Yogurt
Froyo has been exploding in popularity, due in large part to it being touted as a healthier alternative to ice cream without a big difference in taste. Sweet Frog is one of the places to eat in Pigeon Forge that’s definitely found a following. Founded in 2009, they have a superb selection of your favorite sweets in frozen yogurt form — but without much of the guilt that comes from the treats they taste like.
5. Farmhouse Sweets
Farmhouse Sweets is located on the Parkway, so you should have no trouble finding this sweet shop with a local vibe. When we say local, that should clue you in that you’re going to get a good amount of Southern homemade treats — not to mention the ice cream. There’s just no resisting good homemade ice cream, and you’ll have plenty else to choose from when you pay them a visit on vacation!
These places to eat in Pigeon Forge will do more than just satisfy your sweet tooth — as the names happily suggest — they will also give you a great experience. You can be close to all of these treats by booking a room with us for an especially sweet family vacation!