This year marks Dollywood’s 31st season. Thrity-one fun years! Along with fun rides for the entire family, Dollywood hosts a number of dining options that are bound to please even the pickiest of palates.
Keeping up with current food trends, Dollywood has its very own truck parked in Jukebox Junction. The food truck serves its Famous Fried Chicken Sandwich and crinkle French Fries.
Dollywood aims to make the park a family friendly environment and has taken measure to meet the dietary restrictions of those with gluten sensitivities. While not being gluten-free, the park does offer some baked goods that were produced in a gluten-free environment off-site. Visitors to the park with gluten sensitivities can check with guest services for more information and dining options.
Guests can step back in time at Red’s Drive-In and enjoy a Jukebox Special third-pound bacon cheeseburger or third-pound cheeseburger, served with crispy, golden fries.
Healthy options are available around the park, like these beautiful salads pictured below.
There are plenty of options for those of us with a sweet tooth, too!
For dessert, diners can enjoy classic treats such as banana pudding and milkshakes, Mountain Camp S’mores, or dig into a supersized apple pie that weighs-in at 25 pounds.
The Spotlight Bakery bakes the crowd pleasing pie, as well as their signature cinnamon rolls, flaky pastries, cupcakes, turnovers, muffins, cookies and more. Their sandwiches served on homemade bread, baked fresh daily.
If you visit Dollywood’s Splash Country, be sure to check out the new BeaverTails®:
For more information about dining at Dollywood, click here.
Dollywood is an 150-acre theme park located in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. In 2014, Dollywood ranked among the top three theme parks by USA Today, and in 2015 was recognized by TripAdvisor as one of the top 20 worldwide theme parks.
Looking for a sweet place to lay your head after a fun day at the park? Click here to read my post about Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort.
I was a guest at Dollywood and was able to check it out for myself. All thoughts, opinions, and grammatical errors are my own.2