Pigeon Forge Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 2 Bedrooms, 2.0 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
Sleep 6! Come and relax in this comfy 2 bedroom cabin. Only 1 mile off the main parkway in Pigeon Forge, yet quiet and beautiful wooded surroundings
Dances With Wolves offers everything you could hope for in a vacation getaway. The main living room of the cabin offers an incredible sound system, and flat-screen TV. There is an eat-in, fully equipped kitchen perfect for cooking family meals. The master suite offers a comfy King Size bed, and large jetted tub! The second guest suite has a tub/shower combination with Queen Size bed. Both bedrooms offer a TV for those nights when you just want to lie in bed and relax. The hot tub outside is large enough for four! The grill sits near the hot tub so you can watch the steaks and kick back at the same time! Dances With Wolves takes you on a wild adventure through its decor. Beautiful animals such as wolves, elk, and deer take your mind out into the wild under the stars as you dream at night!
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the manager
Loved location of cabin (close to everything) and cabin was great, except it only had one shower with two bathrooms. Since we had two seniors and a handicapped, I wish we had known in advance about the shower. Maybe I should have asked! Otherwise, cabin was clean, neighbors friendly, and staff of iTrip very helpful. I would use iTrip again.
Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mountains
Visit Beautiful Townsend TN. In the heart of the Smokey Mountains, this community has it all. River Tubing, Trail Rides, Zip Lines, Fall Colors, Arts and Crafts, and on and on and on!
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP) is one of the most visited National Parks in the United States. The Park is renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and rich Southern Appalachian mountain culture.The Park includes over 500,000 acres with 800 miles of hiking trails, 10 campgrounds, 1,500 types of plants. The Smoky Mountains border the states of Tennessee and North Carolina and include ninety seven historic structures, including grist mills, churches, schools, barns, and the homes of early settlers, that help to preserve the Southern Appalachian mountain heritage in the park.