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Things to do during "cabin time" in Roan Mountain
These Roan Mountain cabins in Tennessee are in the Roan Highlands and close to Butler, TN. Imagine driving through the Tennessee hollows and ridges to your mountain-air cabin (not far from the 6,285 foot Roan High Knob) where you can hike from the front door. Imagine being close to the Roan Mountain State Park too. Year round outdoor recreation is found in every direction.
Near Elizabethton, TN., the Roan Mountain State Park encompasses more than 2,000 acres and features the scenic Doe River. Ask the Tennessee cottage owners how incredible the Trout fishing is: Brook, rainbow, and brown trout are stocked often. Choose your season; hike 12 miles of trails, or hop on a cross-country ski. You’ll even find 2 miles of mountain bike trails. Local tip: A hike in June will amaze the senses when the rhododendrons gardens bloom - the worlds largest garden is a sea of pink.
Ever wonder how mountain folk (Appalachian settlers) lived in 1908? Add The Miller Farmstead to your travel bucket list. It’s on the National Register of Historic Places. Your private Tennessee mountain cabin rental is near Carvers Gap. Take a short drive to the parking lot at the gap and hike the Appalachian Trail. The views of Tennessee, North Carolina and the the southern Appalachians are the most beautiful vistas of the entire trail.
Mountain vacation rentals and golfing go together too. The Elizabethton Golf Course is a mountain golf course you won’t believe with bent-grass greens and Bermuda fairways. From your mountain view cabin, head just a few miles north to the crystal clear water of Lake Watauga for some swimming and beaching. Make meals in your fully-equipped chalet kitchen or grab a bite to eat and shop in nearby towns. Fill your days with train rides, paintball in the woods, zip lining, horseback riding then return to your Roan Mountain getaway.
Make sure you talk to the Reliance rental owners about the many seasonal events and Hiwassee River adventures. Compare cabins and Cherokee National Forest lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the rental owner or property manager. Skip those booking websites and skip the traveler fees.