Checkout This Private And Enchanting Cabin In The Smoky Mountain

Start planning your Pigeon Forge, Tennessee vacation at this 756 square foot, 1 bedroom, 2 bathroom cabin that sleeps up to 4 guests. On the main level, there is a living room, dining area, king-size bedroom, and full bathroom with tub shower combo. Upstairs you’ll find a bathroom with only a shower, and a pool table. The log cabin also has a sleeper sofa. Give yourself the Smoky Mountain getaway you’ve always wanted and deserve with the Moose Tracks in Wears Valley, Tennessee. This is a bright, sunny vacation house with a real log cabin-style structure, luxury furnishings on every square inch of the vacation property, and every modern amenity you could want for your vacation getaway. The log cabin has a new hot tub. A 4-wheel drive or all-wheel drive is recommended.

The log cabin building has a wood-burning fireplace, mountain view, mountainside location, charcoal grill, loft, jacuzzi, pool table, TV with satellite, DVD player, washer and dryer, covered porch, hot tub, gravel road, pool/pond free access located on Happy Hollow Road, Honeysuckle Meadows Pool/Deli (open daily from May to October 10 am-9 pm), deck, no motorcycles or shows cars on the property due to some gravel roads (4-wheel drive recommended). The following are just some of the things you can do during your vacation stay.

Old Mill Square. Pigeon Forge was founded in the late 1700s, so it’s brimming with history. One of the best places to turn back the clock is Old Mill Square. Centered around a big wooden gristmill, Old Mill Square is designed to look just like it did when 18th and 19th-century settlers found their way to Tennessee. Shops and restaurants line the square, but they don’t have any digital signs, instead, they are housed in quaint colonial buildings with wraparound porches. There are shaded patios everywhere to help you escape the Tennessee sun.

The Island. The island is one of the premier tourist attractions of Pigeon Forge, and it will make you wonder if you’ve stepped into a new city entirely. Colored lights put on dazzling displays at the central water fountain. A gigantic Ferris wheel slowly rumbles over the skyline. Stores, cafes, rides, restaurants, and games can be found on every corner. The Island isn’t a true island, you won’t have to take a boat anywhere. It just stretches so far and wide that it’s a mini-complex inside of Pigeon Forge. You could spend your entire vacation here without seeing all of the sights or hitting up all of the steakhouses. The Island is impressive to behold, especially when you’re approaching it from the outside.

Sawyer’s Farmhouse. Sawyer’s Farmhouse isn’t the only restaurant in Pigeon Forge that serves up classic southern food, but it’s one of the best. Named for the Mark Twain character, it embraces its rustic roots with wooden benches, red country walls, and plastic roosters overseeing its patrons. The menu is equally awesome. From gravy-topped biscuits to pancakes served with hand-churned butter, you’ll be able to enjoy some amazing meals.

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