Big Timber Lodge is an inviting 3-level log cabin that offers all the comforts of home including 10 flat screen televisions and a washer and dryer. Located in Sevierville, just outside of Pigeon Forge, this 8-bedroom, 7-bathroom vacation rental allows for a peaceful environment for sleeping up to 32 guests. Enjoy the view from the 4 decks, each unique and gorgeous while relaxing with your morning coffee in the wooden rocking chairs. Soak away your troubles in the new private 6 person hot tub while basking in the rolling lush mountain vista. Don't forget to check in at home with those who couldn't come courtesy of the private Wifi throughout the home.
A fully-equipped kitchen offers all the necessities to create unforgettable family dinners with stainless steel appliances. The master bedroom suites offer king-sized bed with a fireplace and the master bathroom features a jetted tub. Send the kids down to stay in the lower level; 4 bedrooms with walk-through bathrooms and a living area featuring foosball and air hockey. With its scenic views and unbeatable amenities, this beautiful located cabin is perfect for a getaway to the mountains!
Nestled high above in Black Bear Ridge Resort, enjoy the central location while being at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains with your stay at Big Timber Lodge, where rest and relaxation are the standard.
15 minutes from your cabin doorstep to the heart of Pigeon Forge, Big Timber Lodge places you just minutes away from Dollywood, Wonderworks and Hollywood Wax Museum; quick access to all the best attractions that the area has to offer! Stop by The Island at Pigeon Forge full of shopping, dining and entertainment. Take a rotation on The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, featuring all-glass gondolas that take you up 200 feet for an outstanding view of the Great Smoky Mountains. After the spin on the wheel, pull up a rocking chair to delight in the fountain show set to music with lights. Don’t miss out on the wide array of choices of dinner theater such as, Dixie Stampede, Murder Mystery Dinner Theater or Lumberjack Feud Dinner Show; hours of entertainment and filling meals.
Just a short drive down the Parkway you’ll find charismatic Gatlinburg nestled in the mountains. For a year round adventure, make a stop at Ober Gatlinburg Ski Area and Amusement Park, with an aerial tram, alpine slide and indoor ice skating and in the winter skiing and snowboarding. Visit the Smoky Mountain Winery, the oldest winery in eastern Tennessee, for tasting of the variety of local wines. For a pleasant dining experience, The Smoky Mountain Trout House features Rainbow Trout caught in the clear waters of the Smokies.
With so much outdoor adventure surrounding you it can be a difficult choice where to begin. Horseback riding is another delightful way to see the Smokies with guided tours from Five Oaks Riding Stables. For a high flying adventure, tour the trees with a zip line tour with a variety of skill levels or try the Tree Top Ropes Course at Adventure Park at Five Oaks. White water rafting is another unique way to see the area, stop over to River Romp to raft down the Little Pigeon River.