As if you couldn't tell by the name of our attraction, we happen to be partial to goats. We think they're pretty cool critters - so much so that we have a bunch of them hanging around on our rooftop (weather permitting). They graze, they chill out, they interact with all the folks who stop by to say hello throughout the year. So in honor of these bearded beasts, we thought we'd devote an entire blog post to celebrating the amazing goat. And we'll do that by sharing a few facts about them, many of which you may not have known. By the time you're done, you'll be a bona fide goat expert!
Memorial Day weekend was the unofficial kickoff to the summer vacation season. Most schools are out, and it's the time of year when families are making their big annual getaways. We certainly hope your travel plans this year include a trip to Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mountains. We're excited about what the next few months have in store for us at Goats on the Roof.
Trying new things can sometimes feel like a bit of a risk. Even if no danger is involved, it can be challenging to visit places we've never been or have no prior experience with. In such cases, we might ask friends who have traveled to the place we're considering, or we might read online reviews, to get a gauge of what to expect.
This just may be the blog post you never knew you needed. Or wanted. But here it is anyway - our comprehensive look back at the literal roles that goats have played in some of your favorite films and television shows. Why are we focusing on goats? Because they're the star of our attraction at Goats on the Roof in Pigeon Forge!
Anyone who has ever spent any time in the Smokies knows that there are enough vacation destinations in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville to fill a lifetime's worth of travel. From great attractions and restaurants to unique shops and special events, there's something for every age, every interest and every budget.