Ridgetop Theatre Ldg Preserve

Relax, have fun, watch the big game, and enjoy the astounding views from the spacious Ridgetop Theatre Lodge. This luxurious six bedroom Tennessee lodge that comfortably sleeps 18 offers four master suites with attached bathrooms featuring jetted tubs that are ideal after long days exploring. Enjoy the game in the theater room with an incredible 70 inch flat-panel television and a sound bar system, while the kids watch a movie on a second large screen flat panel TV upstairs in the game area featuring an air hockey table and pool table.

When you want to chill out and relax, enjoy the spectacular views from the rocking chairs on the deck or while in the comfort of the private hot tub. The kitchen comes fully-equipped to be able to prepare meals with updated stainless steel appliances. This is your opportunity to enjoy your very own ridge top theater right here in the Smoky Mountains.

Enjoy all of this as well as the amenities offered by The Preserve Resort like the exercise room, steam room and sauna. Plunge into the community outdoor swimming pool when the days are warm or relax in the hot tub. The views from the pavilion looking over Wears Valley are breathtaking; grab one of the rocking chairs to absorb the majesty.

Down the road from Ridgetop Theatre Lodge find the peaceful side of the Smokies in the quintessential town of Townsend. Grab a meal at one of many cafes and eateries that dot the streets. Stop off at Little River Railroad and Lumber Company Museum dedicated to preserving the heritage of the area.

Spend the day shopping in Pigeon Forge at the Tanger Outlets at Five Oaks, with a huge assortment of name brand discount stores and designers. How about a game of mini-golf at Firehouse Golf then grab some lunch at Calhoun’s for a taste of Tennessee. Let the folks at Five Oaks Horseback Riding assist you with your riding excursion, turn off your phone and get away from it all. Take to the tree tops with a Legacy Mountain Premier Ziplining, the longest zip line tour in the U.S. lasting three hours. You’ve made it this far, you can’t miss out on one of the legendary dinner shows. Check out the Lumberjack Feud Dinner Show with real lumberjacks and world champion timber dogs while dining on a camp-style meal.

Don’t miss out on all of the allure Gatlinburg has to offer! Tour the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community on Glades Road, the largest collection of independent artists in the country. Wander downtown to Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies to touch a stingray and amaze at the underwater tunnel. Ole Smokey Moonshine Distillery offers free moonshine tastings and tours of the distillery. Head to the observation deck at the Space Needle featuring a 360 degree spectacular view of the downtown area and the Smoky Mountains.

Being at the foothills of The Great Smoky Mountains, your explorations are unlimited. Pack a lunch and head out to Cades Cove for the day. Auto-tour the eleven mile one-way loop with stops marked along the way to experience what early settlers to the area would have endured. Stretch your legs with a hike along one of the numerous trails beginning within Cades Cove.