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Things to do during "cabin time" in Wears Valley
Wears Valley cabin rentals are in the shadows of Mount LeConte and The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Known as the “Quiet Side of the Smokies”, Wears Valley, TN might be small, but the number of outdoor adventures that await your group are big. The Wears Valley Ziplines are the new popular thing with locals and visitors - as are waterfalls, alpine slides, dining, shopping and more. Cabin time in the valley lets you discover life away from the hustle and bustle of larger cities.
Wears Valley cabins specialize in family adventure and scenic views from a Jeep rental! Jeep rentals are a wonderful way to experience the charming community, Round Top and Bluff Mountain of Wears Valley, TN. Watch for antique shops and horseback riding stables (another unique way to see the Smokies). The Wears Valley Farmers Market is a great place to stock up on food for your stay at the cabin.
These cabins in Wears Valley, TN are peacefully spread out between Pigeon Forge and Townsend - on the way to Cades Cove and many other popular Smoky Mountain destinations. It also means quick access to Gatlinburg, Townsend and entrances to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
Many cabins in Wears Valley are pet-friendly too. These this hidden gems of the Smoky Mountains come in all shapes and sizes: One bedroom honeymoon log cabins, luxury cottages, vacation houses, ranches, condos, mountain villas. Does your group have a big appetite for the Smoky Mountains? Along the route, you’ll find locally-owned restaurants serving home-cooking, fine dining, brew pubs and night clubs.
Make sure you talk to the Wears Valley rental owners about the many seasonal events and day trips. Compare Smoky Mountain lodging right here, then book DIRECTLY with the owner or local manager and skip those unnecessary booking website traveler fees.