Choose Your Location
Below, you’ll find the most popular cities and towns of the Smoky Mountain area where you can find the best cabin rental for your getaway.
Downtown Gatlinburg sits at the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and the town is surrounded by mountain ridges. This family friendly mountain town offers a variety of shopping, dining and attraction options for couples, families or groups. Featuring attractions like Ripley’s Aquarium, Ole Smoky Moonshine Holler and Ober Gatlinburg, there are limitless opportunities for fun while you’re in town. With so much to offer, Gatlinburg makes a perfect choice for a weekend getaway or a week-long vacation.
Pigeon Forge is located between Gatlinburg and Sevierville, and is just a few short minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It’s also a mountain town filled with attractions, dining and entertainment. Pigeon Forge has something for everyone. The Parkway in Pigeon Forge is lined with amazing restaurant choices and attractions for families and thrill-seekers. Pigeon Forge is also where you’ll find theaters and dinners shows, like the Country Tonite Theatre and Dixie Stampede that each offer world-class entertainment. Both Dollywood and the Island in Pigeon Forge are must-see attractions along the Pigeon Forge Parkway.
Sevierville is America’s hometown, and the birthplace of country legend Dolly Parton. Sevierville spans a large area of ridge tops surrounding Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. Offering amazing mountain views, Sevierville strikes a great balance in peaceful settings and unlimited fun along the Parkway. For an authentic Sevierville experience, try the Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant with neighboring General Store, Winery, Creamery and other shops. For bargain shoppers, the Tanger Five Oaks Outlet Center offers over 120 different brand stores nearby.
Townsend TN sits at the northwest entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This peaceful area of the Smokies offers some of the most breathtaking mountain views. Townsend sits at the crossroads of Foothills Parkway and the famous Cades Cove Loop Road. Rich in both history and mountain traditions, Townsend makes the perfect escape for anyone who wants a true Smoky Mountain experience.
In a peaceful valley setting, the cabins of Wears Valley are situated along some of the most pristine ridge lines outside of Pigeon Forge. Located just west of the Parkway in Pigeon Forge, Wears Valley is also off the beaten path enough for rest and relaxation. This area is often referred to as “the quiet side of the Smokies” because it’s just far enough away to enjoy a quiet vacation while still being close to all of the fun things to do along the Pigeon Forge Parkway. Several shops along Wears Valley offer handmade goods and furniture; restaurants offer traditional home-cooked meals. Fun in Wears Valley can range from a quiet, peaceful walk to the excitement of the Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster.