It’s time to start on that long Christmas list you’ve got! We support local, Sevier County businesses and want to share with you the best places in town to fulfill your family and friends’ holiday wishes. Be sure to check out these gems when you’re out in town! 

Toy Box Mini Golf

Did you know that Toy Box Mini Golf is a locally owned business? They’re also the newest toy store in Pigeon Forge! Pop-Its, Fidget Spinners, LEGOs, and so much more are there! The kiddos in your life will love the range of vintage and new toys they have to offer. 

Moon Pie General Store and Book Warehouse

The avid readers in your life will love a gift from this family-owned store. They have a huge supply of best-sellers and classic novels. And, of course, you can find novelty gifts and all the Moon Pies you can dream of! 

Pigeon River Pottery

A classic gift from the Smokies is hand-made pottery from a locally owned shop. Check out this note from them: 

“Our artisans are proud to carry on the tradition begun at this location more than 70 years ago by Douglas Ferguson. They use the same clay recipe that was once turned on a grinding mill by the renowned potter’s horse, Cyclone Jim, for all to see. The designs and colors of our pottery are inspired by the beauty of the mountains and fired with signature glazes that give them their distinctive finishes.”

BAAKK Boutique 

This boutique is family-owned by Sevier County natives! There are 2 locations; one in Sevierville on Newport Hwy and one in Pigeon Forge at the Mountain Mile complex. The owner supports affordable, trendy clothing for women. Your favorite ladies will adore these cute, trendy clothes! 

Big Rock Candy Kitchen 

What’s a holiday season without homemade candy? Big Rock Candy Kitchen has fresh fudge, caramel apples, turtles, and hundreds of your all-time favorite sweets! Check them out on Facebook by searching their name! 

Happy Holiday shopping! 

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