Soaky Mountain food menus: a list of snacks, treats

S'more-oaky Mountains Shake

This S'more-oaky Mountains Shake is available at the Soaky Shake Shoppe (photo courtesy of Soaky Mountain Waterpark)

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Soaky Mountain Waterpark is one of the largest, newest additions to the family of attractions in the Great Smoky Mountains. 

The massive, 50-acre waterpark prides itself on its innovative slides, a first-of-its-kind watercoaster and impressive kiddie play areas. But what about the food?

After all, sliding down a mountain while whooping and hollering builds up quite an appetite. 

Read Also: Soaky Mountain: What’s new in 2021?

Soaky Mountain clearly prides itself on offering an array of delicious food to quench the appetite after some summer fun. Here’s a list of restaurants and food items that can be found within the new waterpark:

Summit Snacks

New in 2021, convenient food carts are now available in the main plaza area.

At these carts, guests can purchase items such as nachos, pretzels, popcorn, hot dogs, novelty ice cream, cookies, fresh squeezed lemonade, bottled water, Icees and fountain drinks.

Yogurt Shop Soaky Mountain
Boomer is ready for a frozen treat at the all new Yukon Yogurt shop (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

Yukon Yogurt

Also new in 2021, guests will be able to build their own refreshing frozen treat.

Just grab a cup, choose from a variety of flavors of frozen yogurt or sorbet, add delicious toppings, have it weighed, pay and enjoy!

Yukon Yogurt offers 15 flavors of frozen yogurt and sorbet. They also offer gluten-free and dairy-free options.

Tacolicious Taco Food Truck at Soaky Mountain
Guests can dine on the top level of the Tacolicious taco truck (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

Tacolicious Taco Truck

One of the unique features about Soaky Mountain is its custom food trucks. The folks at Soaky searched nationwide for noteworthy vehicles and ended up purchasing this 1954 AEC (Chassis) Regent III.

This bus was once a double decker bus for the London Transit System. Now, it serves up delicious tacos on the bottom deck while guests can dine on the top deck. Menu items include (but are not limited to): 

  • Chicken tacos
  • Steak tacos
  • Cajun shrimp tacos
  • Beef tacos
  • Taco bowls 
  • Chips and queso
  • Loaded nachos
Rolly Macaroni Food Truck
The Rolly Macaroni food truck focuses on cheesy dishes (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

Rolly Macaroni Food Truck

The second food truck was purchased in Illinois and now is home to Rolly Macaroni, which serves up all sorts of cheesy dishes.

This serves as a subtle nod to the company’s roots in Wisconsin. Menu items include (but are not limited to): 

  • All American mac and cheese
  • Garlic shrimp mac and cheese
  • Nashville-style pork mac and cheese
  • Wisconsin cheese bites
  • Buffalo cheese bites
  • Bacon cheese and mac bites
Bacon Cheese and Mac Bites
The Rolly Macaroni Food Truck offers delicious cheese bites (image courtesy of Soaky Mountain Waterpark)

Bee Good Café 

Bee Good Café is steps away from the kids area and has kid-approved meals to match. Menu items include (but are not limited to): 

  • Hamburger or cheeseburger and fries
  • Mini corn dog and fries
  • Chicken fries and apple slices
  • Hotdog and fries
  • Personal pizzas
  • Chicken Caesar wrap 
  • Salads
  • Fruit cup
  • Chips or pretzels
  • Popcorn 
  • Cotton candy
  • Churro

Drink items include (but are not limited to): 

  • Bottled water
  • Fountain drinks
  • Gatorade
  • Juice
  • Milk
Base Camp Bistro
Base Camp Bistro is a great place to enjoy some classic summer favorites (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

Base Camp Bistro

The Base Camp Bistro is one of the main dining facilities at Soaky. It serves up all the classic American summer favorites. Menu items include (but are not limited to): 

  • Hamburger or cheeseburger and fries
  • Chicken tenders and fries
  • Nashville-style BBQ pork rib
  • Campfire chicken wings
  • Nachos with cheese
  • Pizza
  • Chicken Caesar wrap
  • Fruit cup
  • Salads
  • Hot pretzel with cheese
  • Popcorn 
  • Cotton candy
  • Ice cream 
  • Candy bars
  • Churros 

Drink items include (but are not limited to): 

  • Bottled water
  • Fountain drinks
  • Gatorade
  • Juice
  • Milk
Soaky Shake
Soaky Shake offers delicious, stacked shakes (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

Soaky Shake Shoppe

This delicious shoppe whips up unique creations that will blow you out of the water. (Not literally, but it’s best to enjoy them poolside anyway). 

Notable menu items include (but are not limited to): 

  • Vanilla, chocolate or strawberry shake
  • Boomer’s Birthday (vanilla ice cream in a white frosting rimmed jar coated with sprinkles, topped with whipped cream and a sprinkled cupcake) 
  • The Unicorn (strawberry ice cream in a white frosting rimmed jar coated with colored sprinkles, topped with cotton candy clouds, a white chocolate dipped ice cream cone, powdered mini donuts and rainbow gummies) 
  • Peanut Butter Banana Split (vanilla ice cream in a peanut butter rimmed jar, topped with a banana, chocolate syrup, and Reese’s Pieces) 
  • S’more-oaky Mountains (chocolate ice cream in a white frosting rimmed jar, topped with whipped cream, chocolate chip pieces, Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, and marshmallows garnished with a chocolate brownie) 
  • Cookie Lovers’ (cookies n’ cream shake topped with whipped cream, M&Ms, and chocolate drizzle garnished with an Oreo cookie) 
  • Soft serve ice cream (vanilla, chocolate or twist in a cone or bowl) 
Candy Cabin snack at Soaky Mountain
Candy Cabin at Soaky Mountain Waterpark offers hand-dipped chocolates and fudge (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

Candy Cabin

This must-stop snack shop has hand-dipped chocolates, fudges, candy and caramel apples. Guests will be able to walk by and see the candies being made through the window. 

Souvenir cups are also available at the food and beverage outlets. 

Note: Gluten-free options are also available. Please ask the food and beverage management team about allergen information. 

Wipeout Bar and Overlook Bar

Editor’s note: Soaky Mountain will not have liquor or beer sales for the rest of 2021.

If you’re craving a cocktail, be sure to check out one of these locations.

Both offer delicious, themed cocktails such as Wave Crasher, Roaring Watermelon, Hillbilly Punch, Cucumber Falls and Miami Vice, starting around $8.25 each.

Does Soaky Mountain have beer?

Soaky Mountain voluntarily suspended beer and liquor sales for the remainder of 2021.

Previously, Soaky Mountain offered craft beer at many of the food and beverage locations above, including Wipeout Bar and Summit Snacks.

Read Also: Soaky Mountain suspends liquor sales after shooting incident

Can you bring food into Soaky Mountain?

Sealed water bottles are permitted, but no other food or beverage may be brought with you. Empty refillable bottles are also allowed as long as they are not glass. 

Read Also: How to get free, discounted admission to Soaky Mountain

Can I leave and re-enter?

Guests may leave and re-enter the same day with valid admission and a hand stamp. 

For more frequently asked questions, visit the FAQ page.

Daily admission tickets are $44.99 for anyone above 42 inches and $39.99 for anyone under 42 inches.

Children ages three and up require a ticket. The waterpark will be open through Labor Day with additional select days being considered through mid-September.

Soaky Mountain Waterpark will be open from 10 am-7 pm or 10 am-6 pm on select days. Click here to view this season’s calendar.

This waterpark is located at 175 Gists Creek Road in Sevierville, TN. For more information, visit SoakyMountainWaterpark.com.

Have you been to Soaky Mountain Waterpark? Let us know in the comments!

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