Looking for something fun to do in Pigeon Forge? Why not check out the Lumberjack Feud! This is fun for the entire family!
You walk in to an amazing gift shop! So amazing that it even sells pink mustaches! Lisa is looking darn good in that pink mustache, right?
Like I said, this is a show for the whole family! It consists of Dinner (if you want), a storyline and real live Lumberjacks! Going in to this I really had no idea what to expect. I’m thinking we are just going to see Lumberjacks doing their thing. I had no idea it would be so entertaining, or that I would be laughing so hard I had tears. What made me laugh so hard? Just look at this photo… This guy was so entertaining throughout the show. He played many different characters and each one was hilarious.
I’m sure you want to know more about these Lumberjacks though right? Depending on what side you are seated on, you are either part of the Dawson or McGraw family. I happened to be a Dawson…Down yonder you can see a photo of my kin and his mountain shack… There was all sorts of Lumberjack activities! Check out the photos below… I really loved the interaction with the audience! Our servers were actually part of the show which was very cool! Our server was great at his job and very nice to us all. They also have a lot of crowd participation! Check out these kids competing in one of the challenges! Or this guy from the audience doing the pole climb!! He did a great job! We even witnessed a proposal! awwwwwwwwwwwwwww I’m pretty sure our entire group had a great time! Just look at those smiles… So if you are looking for a great time in Pigeon Forge, be sure to head on over to the Lumberjack Feud! Be sure to like the Lumberjack Feud on Facebook as well as follow the Lumberjack Feud on Twitter.
This trip was hosted hosted by Brandfluential.
I received free admission to The Lumberjack Feud in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received!
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