New Island Attraction Offers a Variety of Sweet Shops in Pigeon Forge
The Island in Pigeon Forge, the Smoky Mountain’s newest attraction, has a cure for every sweet tooth. Whether visitors are craving something chocolaty, sugary, hot or cold, the new additions of sweet shops in Pigeon Forge at the Island are sure to conquer any sweet tooth.
Specializing in homemade fudge, candied apples and more since 1980, The Fudgery is one of the many delicious sweet shops at the Island in Pigeon Forge. Here visitors can sample dozens of different styles of fudge before taking a pound or two back to their Gatlinburg cabin, or cabin in Pigeon Forge. As a way to entertain visitors, staff at The Fudgery will put on a show when mixing the hot fudge by tossing it in the air.
The perfect way to cool down this summer, Island Yogurt at the Island in Pigeon Forge offers a variety of frozen flavors of this tasty treat. Visitors can stick to long-time favorites like chocolate or vanilla, or try something new with more exotic flavors like mint and peanut butter. This sweet shop in Pigeon Forge also offers guests their choice of regular or waffle bowl, and tons of fresh fruit and candy to mix things up a little.
The perfect combination of sweet and salty selections, Auntie Anne’s offers pretzels for any hunger craving. Whether guests are in the mood for cinnamon sugar, honey whole grain, pepperoni or jalepeno, they are sure to not be disappointed when visiting this unique sweet shop in Pigeon Forge.
Similar to Auntie Anne’s, Cinnabon chooses to take a unique twist on a long time classic. In this case, visitors to this sweet shop in Pigeon Forge can choose between a variety of shapes and sizes of the cinnamon bun. Along with the popular breakfast treats, Cinnabon also offers delicious frozen beverages like their Mochalatta Chill or their Tangy Chillattas. No sweet tooth craving stands a chance after taking a bite or a sip of the tasty treats at this sweet shop in Pigeon Forge.
After visitors have filled their sugar craving, Acorn Cabin Rentals suggests they take a ride on the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel. The centerpiece for the Island in Pigeon Forge, the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel is similar to the famous London Eye in England that takes guests up to 200-foot in the air for awe-inspiring views of the Great Smoky Mountains and the city of Pigeon Forge below.
Thomas Greene is your Smoky Mountain Vacation Guide and will let you know all about the latest news and events in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee.