Cabins in Tennessee

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Cabin rental in Tennessee is some of the most popular in the USA - and it's easy to see why. The Volunteer State offers a wide range of options for all kinds of cabin breaks.

Tennessee Mountain Cabins

The settlements of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge offer access to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on their doorstep.

Over 12 million people make the National Park their vacation destination each year - drawn by the spectacular natural scenery, the "changing of the colors" as the vegetation prepares for winter, and the black bear population. Hiking and horseback riding are also popular in the park.

Dollywood is a family attraction in the Pigeon Forge area, a theme park connected to country-and-western star Dolly Parton. Dollywood offers rides, shows and "a Smoky Mountain family experience".

Over in Gatlinburg, there are two mountain lifts up into the surrounding countryside - one at Anakeesta Theme Park and the other at Ober Gatlinburg, which offers a small ski resort and snow tubing in the winter season.

Townsend provides access to outdoor attractions such as the Tuckaleechee Caverns and the Cades Cove historic site with the Great Smoky Mountains National Park visitor center.

Cades Cove, Tennessee
Cades Cove, Tennessee

Tennessee Lake Cabins

Those who prefer water to mountain forests might like to try some of the Tennessee lakes.

Douglas Lake is not too far from the Great Smoky Mountains resort towns, while Watauga Lake is further north in the Cherokee National Forest.

Norris Lake is another option in Eastern Tennessee, north of Knoxville heading up towards the Cumberland Mountains, while Reelfoot Lake wildlife refuge over in the west of the state is attractive for birdwatchers.

Watauga Lake, Tennessee
Watauga Lake, Tennessee