Take a look around at this Townsend, Tennessee, rustic log cabin. The riverfront cabin building can accommodate up to 12 guests with 3 bedrooms, 6 beds, and 2 bathrooms. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin to yourself. This cozy, rustic cabin building is nestled on the bank of the scenic Little River in quaint Townsend, Tennesee. The cabin is just a short drive from Pigeon Forge, Cades Cove, and other attractions, this cabin combines the feeling of solemn remoteness with the convenience of local walking-distance amenities, including a grocery store, restaurants, and a gas station. The cabin is family-friendly and welcomes you to make a tradition out of bringing your family to Townsend each year.
This is a rustic cabin building situated directly on a river, backed up to woods. Though the owners maintain pest control and pest prevention services on the property, it is impossible to guarantee guests a pest-free experience (e.g. flying bugs, fireflies, crawling bugs, other insects, squirrels, etc.), while also maintaining a rustic look and experience to the vacation property. Though the vast majority of guests have never reported pests, all guests are required to be aware they are booking a rustic experience, including all the natural elements found in nature. Townsend is just 13.73 miles from Pigeon Forge in the southwest direction and 18 miles by car, following the US-321 route. They are about 28 minutes far apart if you drive non-stop
There is certainly no shortage of amazing things to do while you are in the area. From Gatlinburg to Pigeon Forge, Dollywood to Ripley's Aquarium, shopping, fishing, golf, mini-golf, white water rafting, and the hiking and waterfalls of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This wood cabin is perfect for family vacations. The area has a wide variety of activities to do from entertainment, theaters, outlet malls, hiking, restaurants, crafts, gifts, and specialty shops, along with local parks, fishing, and more.
This is one of the most scenic locations in the country, the area is steeped in history, with the Pigeon Forge area of Tennesee having lots of stories to tell. One of the first businesses in the East Tennessee town was a furnace and an iron forge. This area was once wilderness and has carved itself out to be the amazing community that it is today. The land that surrounds what is Pigeon Forge today was once the hunting grounds of the Cherokee and the other eastern tribes of the American First Nations.
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 business, becoming the community's first business. So the name Pigeon Forge is a combination of the ironworks business that started then and the Little Pigeon River that goes through the 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 the Passenger Pigeons, the river became a natural stopping point for the large flocks of the now-extinct birds.
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