Bear Necessities at Preserve

If your lodging needs require a little more than the Bear Necessities then this is the cabin for you. Let this one bedroom cabin be the base for your Smoky Mountain getaway with room to sleep up to 10 people with an extra king sized bed in the loft, two queen sized sofa pullouts, a queen sized bed located in the crow’s nest and a king sized bed in the master bedroom. The kitchen comes fully-equipped to make memorable meals featuring modern stainless steel appliances. Head up to the loft to challenge one another to a game of pool or air hockey then relax on one of the porches while soaking in the private hot tub while looking out over the majestic Wears Valley.

Bear Necessities comes fully loaded with these additional amenities, flat screen televisions, cable, and DVD players; those are just inside. Step out on the deck to enjoy the rocking chairs with your morning coffee or eat your dinner at the picnic table taking in the inspiring views. Take some time to enjoy the mountains and stay in a cabin that has the Bear Necessities plus a little extra.

Located in the beautiful Preserve Resort overlooking Wears Valley, the resort amenities include access to the fitness center, offering a sauna and steam room all on-site. Cool off in the seasonal outdoor pool or unwind in the hot tub. The Preserve also features a chapel and an outdoor pavilion with rocking chairs, a fireplace and a view that can’t be beat.

While heading into Pigeon Forge make a stop at The Coaster at Goats on the Roof for a zippy ride down the mountain coaster then pedal fast to feed the goats…on the roof. If looking for more amusement rides, keep going to Dollywood, full of high flying coasters and other thrills. Have dinner with your show with a visit to Dixie Stampede, the most fun place to eat. For shopping, head over to Pigeon River Crossing Mall for a variety of brand name shops.

Take the Parkway in downtown Gatlinburg for a variety of fun attractions. Play a game of mini-golf at Circus Golf, half funhouse half mini-golf for 100% of fun. Visit the Space Needle to get a 360 degree view from the observation deck and at the base catch a show at the Iris Theater which features a variety of shows. Head over to Ole Smokey’s Distillery for a taste test of authentic moonshine being distilled on the Parkway.

With your stay at Bear Necessities you will be among the foothills of the Smokies and not far from the heritage rich town of Townsend, one of the main gateways to The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Explore the mountains by horseback with Davy Crockett Riding Stables get out on the beaten path away from all the hustle and bustle. Bring your beach towels and head for the Townsend Y, a local swimming hole where the Little River and the middle prong of the Little Pigeon River join, and sunbathe on the sloping hills while enjoying the pristine nature that surrounds you.

Cabin in The Clouds

Cabin In The Clouds is a delightful 1 bedroom, 2 bathroom cabin just outside of Pigeon Forge that easily sleeps up to 6 people. With 1 king sized bed and 2 queen sized sofa beds, this cabin fits a large family or group restfully. The master bedroom has an attached bathroom featuring a jetted tub. Relax in front of the stacked-stone fireplace while enjoying your favorite DVD, challenge one another to friendly games of pool or foosball in the spacious open loft then unwind after a long day of exploration in the private hot tub on the covered porch.

The kitchen is fully-equipped for memorable meal making featuring updated stainless steel appliances. Wake up with your morning coffee while relaxing in the comfortable rocking chairs as the birds sing you good morning on the deck. Other amenities include a washer/dryer combo, a crow’s nest and broadband internet, for which an Ethernet cable will be needed. This majestic outlook beckons you to relax and enjoy its beautiful surroundings.

Feel miles away from it all with your stay at Cabin In The Clouds, perched high above and overlooking Wears Valley within The Preserve Resort with views that just don’t stop! Take advantage of the resort’s on-site wedding chapel or socialize at the pavilion with its fireplace and rocking chairs to make you feel at home.

Head into Pigeon Forge and Sevierville, just a short drive from Cabin In The Clouds to variety of unique vacation experiences. Start with a stop at WonderWorks, an indoor amusement park with over 100 interactive exhibits. Get the lead out with a spin around the track at SpeedZone Fun Park then catch dinner and a show at Dixie Stampede, one of the most fun places to eat in the Smokies. Don’t miss a stop at The Island of Pigeon Forge to catch the fountain show at night, which lights up and is choreographed to music.

Ramble down the Parkway to the cozy town of Gatlinburg nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains and visit the Covered Bridge in the Glades, a unique local retail development with restaurants along the Great Smoky Mountain Arts and Crafts Community. Head into the downtown area to visit the many Ripley’s attractions and ride up to the top observation deck of the Space Needle for a 360 degree view of the area and Smokies. You can’t leave town without a visit to some of the wineries, breweries and distilleries all offering tours, samples and shopping.

Minutes from the doorstep of Cabin In The Clouds, rests the quiet town of Townsend, the peaceful side of the Smokies and one of the main gateways into the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Experience the natural beauty that surrounds you with a float down the Little Pigeon River with River Romp – Tubing in the Smokies. Take to the tree canopies with Adventure Park Ziplines to experience the mountains like few others while zip lining or on the tree tops ropes course. With over 800 miles of hiking trails, your adventures are truly endless.

Misty Mountain

Welcome to Appalachian Villas 2812 and your Smoky Mountain getaway! This cabin is a spacious 1-bedroom, 2-bathroom cabin in Sevierville, just outside Pigeon Forge, that easily sleeps up to 6 people. With a king-sized bed and 2 queen-sized sofa beds, this cabin fits a family or group comfortably. You can’t help but relax while here with a private hot tub on the porch and a view that is unimaginable. The living area is spacious and opens up to the loft with a game room that features a foosball table and a pool table with unique views. The kitchen is fully-equipped to be able to prepare meals and is updated with stainless steel appliances. Beautiful mountain views and a touch of luxury, along with an incredible location that is within 10 minutes of great shopping and dining, makes Appalachian Villas 2812 a perfect vacation destination.

The Preserve Resort sits high above Wears Valley. Spend an evening at the outdoor pavilion featuring a stone fireplace, rocking chairs and stunning views of the valley below. The Preserve Resort also offers a chapel for a Smoky Mountain wedding.

Just down the road a piece is the quaint town of Townsend considered the peaceful side of the Smokies. Grab breakfast at Elvira’s for local food with lots of flavor. Fill up on the rich history of the area with a visit to the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center, then head out to Tuckaleechee Caverns to experience the greatest site under the Smokies. Stop off at the Dogwood Mall for gifts with local flair. Rent a street legal UTV from Mtn. Trax and explore the Great Smoky Mountains like few others.

Take a short drive to Pigeon Forge and Sevierville for the best dinner show attractions in the Smokies! Dixie Stampede, Lumberjack Feud or the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater feature shows that are more than entertaining and with dinners you’ll never forget. Spend the day at Dollywood, one of America’s favorite amusement parks or Dollywood’s Splash Country on hot summer days. Try the Tanger Outlets at Five Oaks to shop up a storm then go on over to the Island at Pigeon Forge for a spin on The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, presenting all glass gondolas that takes you up for a spellbinding view of the Smokies.

Don’t miss out on all of the charm 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 see penguins and enjoy the underwater tunnel. Sugarlands Distilling Co. offers free moonshine tastings and tours of the distillery. Play a game of putt-putt at one of the many mini-golf courses in the area.

One of the gateways to The Great Smoky Mountains isn’t far from your stay at Appalachian Villas 2812. Back up your lunch for a visit to Metcalf Bottoms picnic area to begin your adventures into the Smokies. Hiking trails are easily accessible to stretch your legs from the picnic area or head out for trout fishing exploration in one of the countless cool water streams and rivers.