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This was our second visit to Pigeon Forge and we were lucky enough to be treated to dinner at Mama’s Farmhouse again. We love this restaurant. The service is fabulous and the food is to die for! Seriously, this is … Continue reading
The Parkway in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., seems an unlikely place to get a great piece of true Key lime pie, but that’s what the Key Lime Pie Factory delivers. The owners are transplants from Key West. This Knoxville TV story … Continue reading
An Army family that is facing its sixth deployment got a real surprise while on vacation in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., this spring. The family was in the Smoky Mountains resort town at the invitation of the Pigeon Forge Department of … Continue reading
TV’s music and travel series “Music Voyager” has produced shows from exotic locales such as India, Colombia and Jamaica . . . and now Tennessee. Three Tennessee shows are in the pipeline from along I-40, otherwise known as the Music … Continue reading
My visit to Pigeon Forge, TN was probably one of the best trips I have taken in a long time. This area is not only beautiful, but it also offers so much for people of all ages to enjoy. We … Continue reading