3 Things You’ll Love About Our Pet-Friendly Cabins in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge

We pride ourselves on being accommodating to all guests, even those who walk on 4 legs. This is why we make it easy to bring your fur baby on vacation. Here is a list of 3 things you’ll love about our pet-friendly cabins in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge:

1. You Don’t Have to Miss Your Pet

We know it is hard to leave your pet behind for a vacation, even if it is just for a short time. When you rent one of our pet-friendly cabins, you don’t have to miss them because they can come along for all the fun. What’s more? You’ll also save money on a pet sitter! Additionally, it is safe to say that Fido needs a vacation just as much as you do. He needs a change of scenery on his daily walks and maybe the chance to try some new foods!

2. Access to Great Amenities

foosball table and multicade arcade game

Our pet-friendly cabins in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge provide guests with some great amenities. Starting with the comforts of home, make all your favorite foods in the full-size kitchen. Fido can eat unseasoned chicken, turkey, beef, and eggs, as well as some fruits and vegetables. Make a stop at the grocery stores in town to get everything you need! The kitchen will already be stocked with a set of plates, glassware, utensils, and pots and pans. Enjoy your meals around the kitchen table or outside on the porch. Take a dip in the hot tub while Fido lounges on the porch. Spend nights curled up on the couch in the living area and watch your favorite television shows and movies. The fireplace is a great addition in the winter, as it keeps you extra cozy. Another way to pass the time is by playing games. Challenge your travel group to a game of pool or foosball or try to beat each other’s high score on an arcade game.

3. Close to Pet-Friendly Attractions

Our secluded cabins are just a short drive from the Smoky Mountain area’s pet-friendly attractions. One of them is the Gatlinburg Trail at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This short and flat 3.9-mile route is the only pet-friendly trail on the Tennessee side of the Smokies. During your visit, make sure to keep your pet on a leash that is no more than 6 feet in length and clean up after them.The walk will take you across the Little Pigeon River on one of the longest footbridges in the park. Pack a picnic to enjoy afterward, as pets are also permitted in the park’s picnic areas. As for pet-friendly attractions in the city, pets can ride the SkyLift up to Gatlinburg’s SkyPark. They can also join you on a tour of the Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum. This unique attraction started from one woman’s extensive collection of salt and pepper shakers. It includes more than 20,000 sets.

Now that you know why you’ll love our pet-friendly cabins in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, it’s time to plan a trip with Fido. Explore all of our Smoky Mountain cabins to find the right one!