Woman with shopping bags from Pigeon Forge shopping malls

Top 3 Pigeon Forge Shopping Destinations for Your Vacation

Planning a vacation to Pigeon Forge can be a lot of fun, and there’s definitely plenty of things you’ll want to add to your vacation itinerary. One thing we know you’ll want to make time for is Pigeon Forge shopping. There’s so many great places to shop throughout the area; here’s a few of our favorites:

1. The Island in Pigeon ForgeLittle boy carrying bags from shopping

One of Pigeon Forge’s newest attraction areas, The Island in Pigeon Forge is a must-see for anyone who visits. At The Island, there are so many things to do, like:

  • Take a ride on the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel (Click here for a coupon for the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel)
  • Enjoy a family-style meal at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen
  • Stop by Timberwood Grill for lunch or dinner
  • Watch the Island Show Fountains
  • Spend some time in the Island’s Arcade City
  • And, of course, lots of Pigeon Forge shopping at over 40 shops! Here’s just a few:
    • Build-A-Bear Workshop
    • Paula Deen Store
    • Margaritaville Store
    • Big Rock Candy Kitchen
    • Earthbound Trading Company
    • Emery’s 5 & 10
    • Southern Charm Boutique
    • The Island Trading Post
    • …and so many more!

You can learn about all of the Pigeon Forge shopping at The Island by clicking HERE.

2. The Incredible Christmas Place

No matter what time of the year it is, you can always do a little Christmas shopping in Pigeon Forge. At The Incredible Christmas Place in Pigeon Forge, you can browse through thousands of Christmas pieces, from ornaments, lights, wreaths, gifts and more. The Incredible Christmas Place has everything you could imagine for the holiday season – and it’s all in one place!

(Click here for a coupon to receive a free ornament at The Incredible Christmas Place)

Two women shopping in Pigeon Forge3. The Old Mill Shopping Area

The Old Mill Square is a great place to spend an afternoon. First, the Old Mill is one of the oldest structures in Pigeon Forge. At one time, the Old Mill provided meals, flours and electricity for the area. Today, the Old Mill still grinds products that are used in the kitchens of The Old Mill restaurant. (Click here for a coupon for The Old Mill)

Surrounding the Old Mill, you’ll find the Old Mill Square – a unique Pigeon Forge shopping area with small, specialty shops. To learn more about each of the shops at the Old Mill Square, you can visit their website: http://www.old-mill.com/about/visit-old-mill.

We want to help you make your Pigeon Forge vacation planning easy! For more of the most popular Pigeon Forge shopping areas, click here. We can’t wait to see you in Pigeon Forge!

About Emily Wolff

Hi, my name is Emily Wolff. I am a writer and editor based in East Tennessee, right in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains. I have enjoyed writing for as long as I can remember, but I truly fell in love with it as a young adult. Some of my favorite things include makeup, magazines and ice cream with sprinkles. Thank you for taking the time to read about me; I hope you’ll continue to follow my writings about the Smoky Mountain area on this website!