It’s All Fun and Games at Fannie Farkles
Are you looking for an old fashioned arcade with country fair style food? Located minutes away from our Gatlinburg cabins, Fannie Farkles offers classic food and games for the whole family. This combined restaurant and amusement center has been a staple of downtown Gatlinburg for over 30 years.
Fannie Farkles is famous for its signature “Ogle Dogs”. Named after local pioneer Tom Ogle, these homemade foot long corn dogs are guaranteed to please. Although Fannie Farkles uses a secret recipe, guests will be able to watch chefs prepare their corn dogs right before their eyes.
Visitors to Fannie Farkles also love the restaurant's sausage subs. These hearty hoagies come loaded with sauteed onions and peppers. Guests can wash down their corn dogs or sausage subs with home brewed sweet ice tea and enjoy 12 refreshing flavors of Hawaiian Shaved Ice.
After your delicious meal, your entire family will have a blast at Fannie Farkles’ Amusement Center. This arcade features old favorites such as Pac-Man, Skee Ball, Crane Games, Wheel of Fortune, and many more. In addition to playing classic arcade games, kids will have the chance to redeem the tickets they win for awesome prizes. The Redemption Center offers an expansive selection of prizes for kids to choose from. At Fannie Farkles, tickets never expire, so kids can save up their points and redeem their prizes whenever they want.
After enjoying the fun and games at Fannie Farkles, you will want to relax at one of our Gatlinburg cabins. Acorn Cabin Rentals offers incredible cabins and chalets with stunning views of the Great Smoky Mountains and the Little Pigeon River. With top notch amenities and an unbeatable location, our cabins have everything you need for an unforgettable vacation in the Smokies. Visit our Specials page to learn about our latest deals and promotions!
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