There is so much to love about this stunning log cabin building located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, United States. For starters the log cabin is in an ideal location, surrounded by natural beauty, close to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and plenty of activities, and the cabin building can also accommodate up to 8 guests, with 3 bedrooms, 4 beds, and 2 bathrooms, perfect for your group. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself.
For your safety, the log cabin is self-check-in with a lockbox. This is the perfect rustic vacation log cabin, close to everything, for any family or group of friends or family to enjoy hiking, skiing, the Smokies, or downtown Gatlinburg, which are all in a 5-mile radius. The cabin building retreat offers a fully equipped kitchen or you can enjoy the outdoors and cook on the available charcoal grill. During your vacation stay, you can enjoy the two jetted bathtubs, fireplace, air hockey, darts, or just take a soak in the hot tub and relax the night away. You might sit back in the rocking chairs on the porch and enjoy the great views of the Smokies.
During your vacation stay you can take advantage of the trolley stop just a mile down the mountain, and downtown Gatlinburg and the ski resort are just both about 3.5 miles away. The Outback Village is a gated community that is safe with minimal traffic. There is a backyard/area under the deck that is not cleared and it is not recommended to allow children to play there. This is a great area to visit in the winter months as much as it is in the summertime. In the winter months, you can enjoy the ski resorts in the Great Smoky Mountains as well as excellent nature walks and hikes to enjoy all that nature has to offer. A cabin building vacation is a great way to get the family together to enjoy some quality time.
There is certainly no shortage of amazing things to do while you are in the area. You'll find everything from Ripley's Aquarium, Dollywood, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, shopping, fishing, golf, mini-golf, white water rafting, and the great hiking and beautiful waterfalls of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This is the perfect cabin building for family vacations, family reunions, or corporate retreats.
It wasn't that long ago that this area was just a small, peaceful community where cornfields and the occasional small business dotted the two-lane highway. Fast forward twenty-five years later to today and the once two-lane highway is now six lanes and is known as the Parkway. A big part of the success of this area as a tourist destination came in 1986 when Dolly Parton gave her name to Dollywood, the theme park that sits on the former Silver Dollar City site. People immediately loved the place, and visitors of all ages continue to visit the entertainment theme park. Today you will find a wide variety of activities to do from hiking to entertainment, restaurants, outlet malls, theaters, craft, gift, and specialty shops, along with local parks, fishing, mini-golf, and more.