A time honored tradition, Fourth of July cookouts are one of the best things families can do to celebrate America’s independence. Not only are you honoring America’s history, you are able to spend quality time with family members over a deliciously prepared meal in your home away from home. That is why Parkside Proudly equips all of our Gatlinburg cabins with charcoal grills. Need help planning your Fourth of July Gatlinburg cookout? Here we have compiled a few quick tips and tricks for planning the perfect cookout this holiday for your Gatlinburg cabin vacation.
One of the biggests questions every family staying in one of our Gatlinburg cabins is about the best place to go grocery shopping. Luckily for cabin renters, there are several Gatlinburg grocery stores located just off the Parkway.
For instance, Food City is just 1.7 miles from Park Place’s main offer at 1219 E. Parkway in Gatlinburg. Here guests can stock up on hamburger patties, hot dogs, sodas, chips, salads and even charcoal for your family’s perfect Fourth of July cookout.
For visitors wanting a more organic sampling, stop by Whole Earth Grocery at 446 East Parkway. This Gatlinburg grocery store has only the highest quality of organic and seasonal products. If you like the idea of eating organic but don’t feel like cooking, Whole Earth Grocery also has a cafe. Here guests can have a quick lunch or take food back to your cabin for later.
Don’t want to worry with the hassle of driving to the store? Smoky Mountain Grocery is the only state licensed grocery delivery service in the Smoky Mountains. Depending on the time of your order, staff members can have all the ingredients you need for the perfect Fourth of July cookout delivered to your Gatlinburg cabin either before you check in, the very same day or within 24 hours.
Want to learn about other tips on how to make the best out of your Fourth of July celebration in the Smokies? Visit our ‘Gatlinburg Attractions’ tab on our website for up today information on all the fun things to do in Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountains. There you will find a list of area attractions, a hiking trail guide and the official Smoky Mountain Vacation and Travel planning resource.