The Pigeon Forge Lumberjack Feud

The Pigeon Forge Lumberjack Feud has been wowing Smoky Mountain vacationers since it’s grand opening in 2011. Boasting a rowdy good time that showcases world-class athletes, the Lumberjack Feud is unlike any other dinner show in the area! What is so unique about this Pigeon Forge favorite? Well, we’re glad you asked!

The Lumberjack Feud bases it’s storyline off of two feuding logging families, the McGraws and Dawsons. When the Great Smoky Mountain National Park came to be in the early 1900’s, the logging industry in the Smokies was shut down, leaving only enough logging land for only one family to survive. The conflicting families agreed to settle the battle with a variety of old-fashioned logging games, with the defeated family fated to leave the mountains for good.

For a limited time only, the Lumberjack Feud has added a summer matinee show! The 2PM summer special will be performed every Wednesday and Thursday in July – even on the 4th! Show dates for July will be the 3rd and 4th, 10th and 11th, 17th and 18th and 24th and 25th, so make sure you come by and catch this afternoon summer special.

lumberjack feudThe Lumberjack Feud dinner show is known for it’s crowd interaction and may even invite some of your family members down to compete in the games! You will be amazed as real ESPN timber athletes compete in incredible games, completing feats such as log rolling, speed climbing, and of course, lots of chopping! The timber athletes are quite the athletes, claiming multiple STIHL and IRONJACK championships.

The lumberjacks aren’t the only attraction at the Feud! Dog lovers will love Tango and Brock, two dock diving dogs that fly high through the air. Powerful draft horses may steal the show for your little ones as they pull sleds filled with heavy logs!

The dinner, of course, is delicious and will be served to you during the show. Serving items such as meadow herb baked chicken breast, applewood roasted pork loin, butter baked rolls, Mamaw’s mashed potatoes, buttered homestead green beans, Granny’s Mac & Cheese and applejack fritters, the meal at the Lumberjack Feud is good enough to keep you coming back for more!

For more information about the Lumberjack Feud, including show times and tickets, please visit their website at: http://lumberjackfeud.com.


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