Are you going to be staying in one of our cabins in Pigeon Forge for Halloween this year? Don’t let travel plans get in the way of enjoying Halloween! Everyone is invited to celebrate Halloween at The Island in Pigeon Forge for their annual Halloween event! Continue reading
How would you like an incredible birds eye view of the Great Smoky Mountains? Located minutes away from our cabins in Pigeon Forge, Scenic Helicopter Tours has been offering awe-inspiring helicopter rides high above the Smokies since 1972. A Scenic helicopter tour will give you and your family a whole new perspective on the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Continue reading
People come to Gatlinburg from all over the country to see the majestic beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. However, not everyone who comes to enjoy nature is able or willing to hike through the forest. Fortunately, there is a way to take in the sights of the National Park from the comfort of your car. Located minutes away from our Gatlinburg cabins, the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail is a 6 mile long loop road with stunning views of the Smokies.
If you are looking for high-quality seafood close to our cabins in Gatlinburg, the Smoky Mountain Trout House can’t be beaten. Established in 1975, the Trout House is a classic fixture of Gatlinburg’s famous Parkway. This revered restaurant certainly lives up to the boast inscribed on its menu: “If our fish were any fresher, you’d still be talking about the one that got away”!
Do you like to season your food with salt and pepper? You’re not alone. People around the world have been using salt and pepper shakers to improve their meals for over 500 years. You can find the world’s greatest collection of shakers at the Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum in Gatlinburg, TN. Located minutes away from our Gatlinburg cabin rentals, the Salt and Pepper Museum has over 20,000 pairs of shakers from different centuries and countries. Continue reading
Cades Cove is a beautiful section of historical sites and amazing scenery located in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. It played home to many American settlers and is the most visited part of the Smoky Mountains National Park today. Stop by the Cades Cove Visitor Center for detailed information about the area, as well as an Auto Tour Guide. There are many amazing things to see at Cades Cove including some of these historical buildings. Continue reading