Girls Shopping Getaway

Bring your gal pals for a girls weekend getaway! Start with this www.PigeonForge.com suggested itinerary…Girls Shopping Getaway

Girls Shopping Getaway

If a girl’s weekend is what you and your ladies need, you have come to the right place. Plan your girls getaway in Pigeon Forge, TN

Shop on the parkway or travel toward Gatlinburg for quaint mountain boutiques. Anywhere you go in the area, you will find treasures of the Smokies available to bring home. Check our Coupons for great discounts. This is your perfect weekend getaway!

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Start your morning out right with breakfast at the Log Cabin Pancake House. Indulge in exquisite pancakes with fruit compotes, nuts or chocolate chips. Try the mouth-watering country ham, biscuits, gravy and a variety of waffles and omelets.
Next, head over to the Tanger Five Oaks Factory Outlet Center where you and your friends will find over 100 name brand outlets such as Old Navy, Calvin Klein, Coach, J. Crew and many more with prices that will knock your socks off! Just for fun, jump on over across the street to the Adventure Park at Five Oaks.  Saddle up and explore over 70 acres worth of beautiful trees and foliage on a guided horseback ride.

View Restaurant MenusFind the best places to take a shopping break. Quickly flip and glance through menus of restaurants in Pigeon Forge. You will discover everything from hand crafted candies to gourmet salads! This is the best place to find dining and snacking places for everyone in your party. And remember, many restaurants feature wonderful gift shops, so you can continue to shop while you dine!

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Enjoy a hearty breakfast at Mama’s Farmhouse where you will enjoy a buffet of pinwheels, fresh fruit, bacon, sausage patties, chicken tenders, cheese grits, home fries, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, scrambled eggs, and baked cinnamon apples.

After a delicious breakfast take in some fresh mountain air by taking a scenic drive in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Check out some of the Smokies history by visiting Cades Cove. Nearly all the buildings built by the pioneers and preserved by the Great Smoky Mountain National Park are outside the Cades Cove Loop.

Ready to stretch your legs and shop a little more, then it’s time to drop in at the Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Community. Browse this 8 mile loop and find the largest group of artisans in North America. Established in 1937, these artisans whittle, paint, sew, cast, weave and carve to create original collectibles such as candles, baskets, quilts, brooms, pottery, jewelry, dolls, ceramics, scrimshaw, silver smithing, leather, stained glass, wearable fashions, fine photography, frameable art, oils and watercolors, also lodging, restaurants, cafés, tea room, soda fountain and candy shops. This is an excellent place to find some unique souvenirs to take home to the family.

Next, treat yourself to dinner at our locally owned and operated Alamo Steakhouse. You could not ask for a better meal and service! Once you have a full stomach, spend the rest of the afternoon treating yourselves to some R&R at the Smoky Mountain Salon & Spa. Schedule some time for the gals by getting massages, facials, manicures and pedicures.  An after-massage stroll through Smoky Mountain shops and browsing through the unique stores is a treat for your group. Marvel at the spectacular storefront displays, as well as the flowers and over-the-top seasonal decorations throughout the town. Head home feeling relaxed, pretty, and ready for everyone at home to ask, “Where did you find that?”

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