The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a paradise filled with natural beauty. If you haven’t been there, you’re missing out on one of the most wondrous experiences on Earth. Take advantage of Arrowhead Cabin Rentals and be right in the middle of nature!
Chartered by Congress in 1934, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was dedicated in 1940 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Since then, it’s been the most visited park in the country, with its 700 miles of fishable trout-laden streams and 800 miles of hiking trails. The park also boasts nearly 80 historic structures, including log cabins, barns and churches, that give you a glimpse into life in old-time Appalachia. Spectacular wildflower displays decorate the mountains in spring and summer, giving you the chance to appreciate nature’s splendor. Who knows — you might even spot an elk, or a white-tailed
deer. Go bicycling through Cades Cove, tour the Smokies on horseback, or take the auto-tour. If you’re into “roughing it”, choose one of the pre-developed campgrounds, or strap on your backpack and hike up to 70 miles of the historic Appalachian Trail, which passes right through the center of the park.
This Smoky Mountain vacation can be yours if you book Arrowhead Cabin Rentals. Nestled away in Pigeon Forge’s Arrowhead Resort, “A Mountain Palace” is a five-bedroom, five-bath cabin that sleeps 14, and offers a spectacular view of the Smokies. The foosball table and pool table provide loads of fun, and the hot tub is perfect for a night of romance or for soaking off stress. Not only is “A Mountain Palace” minutes away from Dollywood, Wonder Works, Dixie Stampede and all the other fantastic Pigeon Forge attractions, it’s just a short drive to Cades Cove and the Great Smokies. You can even stop and get a bite to eat at one of the first-rate restaurants along the way.
One of the best ways to enjoy the natural splendor of the Smokies is to get up-close-and-personal with it, and whitewater rafting will do just that. Tackle the Class III and IV rapids of the upper Pigeon River with the experienced river guides at Rafting in the Smokies, and you’ll have an East Tennessee adventure you’ll never forget. Then head on back to your cabin at Arrowhead Cabin Rentals and relax on the porch as the sounds of the mountains soothe you.
If you’re longing to get away from the city’s hustle and bustle and get some quality time to yourself or with family and friends, the Great Smoky Mountains is calling you — and so is Arrowhead Cabin Rentals!