3 Reasons to Stay in Our Smoky Mountain Cabins When Visiting The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

When you visit the Smoky Mountain area, you should definitely check out the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is no surprise that this attraction receives 10 million visitors every year, as they love being out in the fresh air and seeing the stunning views. After a fun hike, scenic drive, or picnic, you’ll need somewhere comfortable to come back to. We would love to help with this Check out this list of 3 reasons why you should stay in our Smoky Mountain cabins when visiting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park:

1. Spacious Floor Plans

Whether you’re traveling with just your sweetheart or a big group of friends, you’ll be able to find a cabin that accommodates everyone! This is because they come in a variety of sizes. This is because they have as many as 6 bedrooms that can accommodate up to 16 guests. The rooms can have one or multiple beds. Some bedrooms may even have their own bathroom. The right-sized cabin will allow everyone to get a good night’s sleep and quickly get ready for a full day of fun outdoors.

2. Great Amenities

Take advantage of the great amenities in our Smoky Mountain cabins before and after your visit to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In the morning, pack a picnic lunch in the full-size kitchen. Come back to the cabin and regain your strength with a nice sit-down meal. Relax in the living area or outside on the porch! A dip in the hot tub will feel great on tired muscles. Before you call it at night, play a fun game! Some of our cabins have board games, table games, arcade machines, and popular game consoles!

3. Short Distance From the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Our cabins are just a short distance from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Some popular things to do here include hiking! The park has more than 850 miles of hiking trails at varying levels of difficulty. Beginners will love the Gatlinburg Trail. It has a distance of 3.9 miles roundtrip and flat terrain. The route contains one of the longest footbridges in the park. It is also one of the only pet-friendly and bike-friendly trails on the Tennessee side of the Smokies. On the other hand, more experienced hikers will enjoy the 13-mile round-trip hike on the Rainbow Falls Trail. At the end, hikers are rewarded with beautiful views of Mount LeConte, the third-highest peak of the Smokies. When planning a hike, it is best to go in the early morning. The temperatures are milder, and you won’t have to worry about running out of daylight! Additionally, remember to wear good shoes and drink lots of water! Another great activity in the Smoky Mountains National Park is going for a scenic drive! A popular route is Cades Cove Loop Road. It is an 11-mile route that is open to visitors year-round! Look out your window to see the natural scenery and maybe even some animals!

We would love to make your visit to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park even better! Take a look at all of our Smoky Mountain cabins and find the perfect one!