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Things to do during "cabin time" in Allardt
Explore Big South Fork cabins, cottages and lodges in Allardt, TN, a sleepy little town well known for its Great Pumpkin Festival and Weigh Off every October where people can gain World Record recognition for their massive pumpkins. Picturesque Tennessee hillsides, forests, rivers, plus tons of historical landmarks, national parks and, more, surround Allardt cabins, cottages, lodges and vacation rentals, which also have have easy access to nearby towns well-suited for tourism and loads of activities and adventures.
In nearby Jamestown, TN, wine lovers can visit the state’s oldest winery: the Highland Manor Winery. Enjoy a tasting and a tour, visit the gift shop, and learn more about the historic establishment and art of making wine. Bring your favorite wine back to the cabin! You can also take a horseback ride at popular East Fork Stables or go on a mountain biking, kayaking, canoeing, or caving adventure at Borderland Expeditions in Jamestown.
The historic town of Rugby is a mere 12.5 miles from your rustic retreat in Allardt, TN, and is one of the most authentically preserved villages in the United States and features the oldest public library in America: the Thomas Hughes Library. Check out Rugby’s many events, historical tours, or just explore this historic place on your own cabin time.
27 miles from Allardt lies 125,000 acres of the Cumberland Plateau, encompassed in Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. Boasting striking sandstone bluffs and scenic gorges, cottage guests enjoy rock climbing, horseback riding, hiking, whitewater paddling, fishing, and more at Big South Fork, as well as touring the preserved mining community of Blue Heron within the trails of the recreation area.
Make sure you talk to the Allardt cabin rental owners about the many seasonal things to do and day trips. Compare Big South Fork cabins and cottages here, then book DIRECTLY with the owner or local manager. Avoid paying those booking website traveler fees.