Tennessee Vacations

Written by Kathleen Gagne
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In addition to Nashville and Knoxville, one of the premier vacation areas in the Southeast is the area around Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge (within a few miles of Great Smoky Mountains National Park). Visitors to the area can enjoy majestic mountain landscapes, clear water streams, hiking, fishing, swimming, and a number of family attractions all a short drive away. For family vacations, honeymoons, retreats, and business meetings, this area is a wonderful choice.

Tennessee Mountain Hideaways

From cabins to bed and breakfast inns to large resort hotels, visitors can select the type of lodgings that will best meet their needs and budgets. Hundreds of cabins are available throughout most of the year. In the summer, there is great golfing, horseback riding, hiking, and other outdoor sports. In winter, the national park closes down some of its facilities in order to concentrate on three campgrounds. Lodging in the park is available through the third week in November.

Rental cabins are fully heated and have fireplaces to keep visitors warm in the winter. Outside the windows, the winter sun sparkles on ice-coated trees sending a clear, bright light into the cabins. Staying cozy by the fire or driving into town for a night of fine dining and dancing make winter vacations a joy.

How to Reserve Tennessee Vacation Cabins

The fastest way to find a great cabin rental is to check out Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge cabin rental sites online. Browse through virtual tours of each cabin and find the one that is perfect for your romantic getaway, your family's summer vacation, or even a family reunion. Tennessee vacations are made for those who crave the peace and serenity the mountains offer and the fun and relaxation offered by dozens of great attractions.

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