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Holladay, Tennessee cabin rentals are uniquely settled in the scenic central hub of the state. This city’s vacation homes and cabin rental are close to beautiful parks and nature trails, with great views of the regional forests and streams.
The rental cabins, cottages, lodges and homes near Holladay, TN, are located within an easy day trip to Natchez Trace State Park. Partway between Nashville and Memphis, the 48,000-acre state forest (Tennessee’s largest) encompasses scenic woodlands and a rich wildlife habitat. Visitors can enjoy four local lakes, several themed restaurants, an equestrian facility and 45 miles of scenic hiking trails.
Another park worth seeing in the Holladay area is the 1,000-acre Johnsonville State Historic Park. This protected natural area is a celebration of the outdoors and the regional history. The site includes a museum and gift shop, a learning theater, and extensive hiking trails.
Another fun activity enjoyed by travelers to Holladay and its neighboring towns is exploring the rivers and streams — such as the meandering Sycamore Creek or Birdsong Creek. Guests staying in the local wooded cabins and riverfront cottages can have a go at canoeing and kayaking, floating the currents on tubes, or fishing from the banks. You can even look into seasonal guided river tours from Bone’s Canoe and Campground or stock up on boating supplies and snacks at Birdsong Resort Marina.
Central Tennessee is known for excellent stream fishing and hunting. Contact your cabin owner or local manager directly for information about public hunting lands, and visit the state Wildlife Resources Agency website to check up on licensing and regulations.
After a day of fresh air and healthy exercise in the stunning Tennessee outdoors, it will feel great to relax in your rented cabin and cook a quiet meal to eat with family or friends on the furnished deck. Holladay also offers a unique experience at the old-fashioned Birdsong Drive In Theater — pile into the truck with some extra blankets and take in a movie under the stars.
Make sure you talk to the Holladay cabin rental owners about the many seasonal events and day trips. Compare cabins near State Historic Parks here, then book directly with the owner or local manager. Skip those middleman booking website traveler fees.