Where to stay around Johnson City?

Our 2019 property listings offer a large selection of 658 vacation rentals near Johnson City. From 201 Cabins to 246 Houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Johnson City for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Can I rent Cabins in Johnson City?

Yes, of course. HomeAway has 201 Cabins in Johnson City. Our other popular types of vacation rentals in Johnson City include:

  • Houses: 246 rentals available
  • Cottages: 201 rentals available
  • Caravans: 3 rentals available

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other vacation rentals including Bungalows and more.

Can I find a vacation rental with pool in Johnson City?

Yes, you can select your preferred vacation rental with pool among our 132 vacation rentals with pool available in Johnson City. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

    Full steam ahead for your Johnson City vacation rental

    Born out of the pioneer railroad spirit of the 1800s - together with a stiff dose of bluegrass music and Prohibition-era shenanigans - Johnson City's got history and character in spades. Whether you're into outdoor living, old-time music, culture, history, or just some fine food and a few beers in good company, a Johnson City vacation rental is the one for you. With ties to the Appalachian bootlegging during Prohibition, rumour has it that Al Capone himself used to operate out of the city, and the spirit of these old rascals lives on in Johnson City's amazing craft brewing scene.

    From rails to trails on the Tweetsie

    Walk it, run it or ride it, Johnson City's 'Tweetsie Trail' is a 10-mile trail along the old railway track to Elizabethton, and is a great way to get a feel for the area. Or if you prefer your bike with a big engine on it, you'll want to get that hog fired up and hit Tennessee's snaking roads on one of the 'Southern Dozen' motorcycle routes around Johnson City. When you're done roaming the roads and trails or checking out the city's museums, a Johnson City vacation rental dishes up a whole new set of treats when the sun goes down.

    Look a saber tooth tiger dead in the eye

    Most museums in the U.S. take you back a few hundred years or so. Johnson City takes you 8 million. At the Gray Fossil Site you can see tapir, mastodon, and the big daddy - the saber tooth cat. For more family-friendly exhibits that won't crumble to dust with rough handling, try Hands On! Regional Museum, or get wagons rolling for some pioneer history at Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site. If you're a music fan, the area's crammed with pilgrimage sites, from Cash and Carter to Hank Williams and Blind Lemon Jefferson, and even today Johnson City is big on its live music.

    Enjoy the joys of June, but pack your umbrella

    You'll get the full range of seasons in Johnson City, but the good news is that none of them will freeze/scorch your eyebrows off. Winters are frosty, with a bit of cotton candy in the air, and summers are warm without being sticky. Johnson City can sometimes be a little on the wet side, but your Johnson City vacation rental is unlikely to be a total washout. Rock up in June, and not only will you get some of the best weather, but you'll also be in time for the city's annual Blue Plum Festival of music, crafts, and art.

    Old-time blues and mountain views in Johnson City

    Johnson City is holed up among the Ridge and Valley Appalachians, and the clue is in the name. Think undulating valleys and big old mountains. It'll come as no surprise that opportunities for outdoor recreation are pretty epic in this part of the world. Just south of Johnson City, Buffalo Mountain State Park is the nearest outdoor playground, while 20 miles to the south, Roan Mountain State Park teems with wildlife. Time your visit to coincide with the rhododendron bloom and you're in for a rare treat.