Nature Lovers' Log Cabin for Enjoying the Winter Splendor of the Smoky Mountains

You can't help but fall in love with the Hidden Romance log cabin in Cedar Creek Crossing near Pigeon Forge, Tennesee. This one bedroom, one and a half bath log cabin has a king-sized bed and can sleep up to four people, perfect for romantic weekends away or small family vacations. This beautiful log cabin has an open floor plan that has a gas fireplace, a jacuzzi in the master bedroom, a covered hot tub, and King sized bed in the loft. This log cabin is in a lovely wooded area just four miles in Pigeon Forge. This log cabin building has premium furnishings, large flatscreen television, scenic mountain views, wifi internet access, and a pool table room.

Acorn log cabin rentals is a leader when it comes to luxury log cabin rentals in the Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and The Smoky Mountains area of Tennesee. Whether you are looking for a cabin building with great mountain views or a premier log house on the Little Pigeon River, Aunt Bug's offers premium log cabins to suit your family's needs and your vacation budget. Their log cabins offer the best log cabin furnishings conveniently located near area activities like Dollywood, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, shopping, Ripley’s Aquarium, fishing, white water rafting, golf, great hiking and waterfalls of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Their beautiful log cabins are perfect for romantic getaways, honeymoon vacations, family vacations, family reunions, or corporate retreats.

This is one of the most scenic locations in the country. Steeped in history, the Pigeon Forge area of Tennesee has lots of stories to tell. One of the first businesses in the East Tennessee town was a furnace and iron forge. This area once wilderness has carved itself out into the successful business community that it is today. The land that surrounds what is Pigeon Forge today was once the hunting grounds of the Cherokee and other eastern tribes of the American Indians. In the late 1700s, a treaty was signed that opened up the valley for settlement. In 1820, a man named Isaac Love started a furnace and iron forge, becoming the community's first business. So the name Pigeon Forge is a combination of the iron works business that started then and the Little Pigeon River that goes through the charming town. Beech trees lined the Pigeon River's banks in the 1700s and early 1800s. As beechnuts were the main part of the diet of Passenger Pigeons, the river became a natural stopping point for huge flocks of the now-extinct birds.

By the 1930s, visitors had begun to start coming into the town, even though the some of the only places to stay were as guests in private log homes. The iron forge business was still running, and farming was the area's main business. Then in 1946, a landmark sale of the first parcel of property smaller than a farm was negotiated. So it was during that time that the main road through Pigeon Forge, which ran along the Pigeon River, became the hub of the community, that had just two general stores and two churches. Today there is so much to see and do. One of the biggest lures to the area is the Great Smoky Mountains, National Park. The most popular National Park in the country, it brings in over 10,000,000 visitors each year. Full of scenic views, hiking trails and sights to see it is one of the things to do while you stay in the area.

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