With so much to do and see in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, you will want to start your day with a hearty breakfast. Crockett's Breakfast Camp is on our list of restaurants you should try during your stay at Vacay Chalet. From the moment you open their old-fashioned pulley style door, you are transported back in time to the days of the legendary frontiersman, David "Crockett" Maples Sr.
Grab a table by the large stone fireplace or rustic old wagon and relax while you look over their extensive menu and decorations from days gone by. From giant baked fresh daily cinnamon rolls to griddle cakes that can fill even the hungriest of stomachs to pecan crusted rainbow trout with eggs (and everything in-between), there is something for everyone no matter the size of your appetite.
After you have eaten you can visit their gift shop that is full of items like their famous Aretha Frankenstein's Pancake Mix, shirts, hats, mugs and much more.
Crockett's Breakfast Camp serves as the legacy of David "Crockett" Maples, an original frontiersman, honored soldier, and devoted family man with an inspiring will to overcome any obstacle in his path. His wooden statue stands outside of Crockett's Breakfast Camp as a symbol of how determination and resilience can help anyone overcome whatever obstacles come their way. Click here for the full story of the inspiring David "Crockett" Maples Sr.