Located in the shadow of the Great Smoky Mountains, the aptly named Mountain Air Cabin Rentals provide convenient and well-equipped cabins spread across Pigeon Forge and its surrounding communities.
Indoor jacuzzi tub: Relax away the night in a jacuzzi, like the one found in the one-bedroom Sugar Plum
Wood-burning fireplaces: Lots of the cabins allow you to snuggle next to the fire, like the one-bedroom Twin Hearts
Fully equipped kitchens: Cabins have full em'—book the stately three-bedroom Bearfoot Retreat for a kitchen
Home entertainment systems: Check out the 92-inch screen found at the huge four-bedroom Smokies Edge
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Pigeon Forge, Tennessee: Family-Friendly Attractions and Outdoor Activities in the Great Smoky Mountains
On US Route 441 in eastern Tennessee, there’s an old wooden sign at the entrance to the town of Pigeon Forge that touts the city as a "family vacation hub." Though it’s secluded in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Pigeon Forge is home to some quirky destinations, including Dollywood, a Titanic museum that looks just like the famed ocean liner from the outside, and WonderWorks—an interactive children’s museum housed in an upside-down three-story building.
In Pigeon Forge’s historical town center, a cluster of old-fashioned specialty shops and restaurants forms the Old Mill Square along the Little Pigeon River. Inside the mill, a pair of 4,600-pound granite stones has been grinding grain since the early 1800s. Another nearby attraction is Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies, located a few miles down the road in Gatlinburg. Here, exotic stingrays and four-eyed anableps swim with other sea creatures beneath a backlit waterfall. At the shark lagoon, you can stand inside an enclosed glass tunnel to get an up-close view of green eels, sand tiger sharks, and sea turtles.
If you have the time, it’s worth it to spend a least a day exploring Great Smoky Mountains National Park, America’s most visited national park, located roughly 10 miles south of Pigeon Forge. Here, you can hike more than 800 miles of trails that wend past waterfalls and pioneer-era log cabins tucked deep within the densely forested mountains. Or, take a bicycle ride on the 11-mile loop through Cades Cove, a broad valley known for its ample wildlife-viewing opportunities; deer, black bears, wild turkeys, and vacationing college mascots are known to frequent the open meadows. One of the best places to catch a glowing sunset is Clingmans Dome, the park’s highest point of elevation at 6,600 feet.
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What You Get
Option 1: $219 for two in a one-bedroom cabin (up to a $330 value)
Option 2: $249 for four in a two-bedroom cabin (up to a $420 value)
Option 3: $375 for six in a three-bedroom cabin (up to a $600 value)
Option 4: $449 for eight in a four-bedroom cabin; excluding River Song Retreat (up to a $795 value)
Included in all options:
One free pancake breakfast for each person at Reagan’s House of Pancakes
Policies and Fees
Book by: 4/11/14
Travel by: 5/31/14
Blackout dates: not valid 4/18–4/20 or 5/23–5/26/14
Cancellation policy & fees: all cancellations subject to fee up to the Groupon price
Taxes: 9.75% tax not included within city limits; 12.75% tax not included outside city limits
Additional fees: $40 admin fee not included; cleaning fee not included ($45–$65 for 1BR, $55–$60 for 2BR, $80–$110 for 3BR, $125 for 4BR)
The cabin was beautiful! It was close enough (just a few miles) to Pigeon Forge tourist areas, restaurants, etc. but far enough away that you could enjoy the peace and quiet and natural beauty of the area.
Kelly L. ·
March 19, 2017
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