|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
Vacation in style at the Black Bear Manor, an elegant and impressive 12-bedroom, 12-bathroom cabin that sleeps up to 52 people comfortably. This mountain lodge is located in Sevierville, just outside of Pigeon Forge, and overlooks the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains from the decks.
Black Bear Manor features a fully-equipped modern kitchen with two stoves, two microwaves and two refrigerators--enough room to cook delicious meals for a large group or family. Amenities include a fireplace, 2 private hot tubs, and a game room with a pool table, air hockey and foosball. Sit back and relax with your favorite Blu-Ray in the theater room with a 70 in flat screen TV. Each bedroom has finely crafted log furniture that creates an authentic rustic atmosphere and a 40 in flat screen to keep up with the latest news. This cabin provides stunning scenic views offered from the screened porch for bug free relaxation. For a big and memorable retreat, visit Black Bear Manor!
Staying for a family reunion or other group event? You can stay near all the activities but have your own space to escape to at "Second Nature" - a spacious 3 bedroom right next door that offers close proximity and privacy. Tucked up high in the Black Bear Ridge Resort relish the quiet serene wilderness that surrounds you while being only minutes to the area attractions.
Within minutes from the doorstep of Black Bear Manor, you can be in the heart of Pigeon Forge with an assortment of exciting activities. The Island at Pigeon Forge is full of fun shops, places to dine and is the home to the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel. Receive your boarding pass to the Titanic Museum Attraction or wander to Wonderworks featuring the largest indoor ropes course. Head out to Dollywood and to spend the day at the theme park riding roller coasters and bumper cars, in the afternoon heat treat yourself to Dollywood’s Splash Country, a water park with a relaxing river float. Don’t miss out on the award winning dinner show at Dixie Stampede, guaranteed to be the most fun place to eat in the Smokies.
Ramble down the Parkway and be in the charming village of Gatlinburg offering boundless adventures. Tour the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Trail, an 8-mile loop featuring a large collection of artists and craftsmen just 3 miles off the Parkway. Play a round of mini-golf at Fort Fun with indoor and outdoor courses, be astounded at the Guinness World Records Museum then get a bite to eat at TGI Friday’s. It’s always worth a stop for the still tour and a sampling of authentic Tennessee moonshine at Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery located right on the Parkway.
Being at the foothills of The Great Smoky Mountains, your explorations are unlimited. Pack a lunch and head out to Cades Cove for the day to auto-tour the eleven mile one-way loop to experience what early settlers to the area would have endured. Set out to hike along the Abram Falls trail, starting in Cades Cove, and leading to one of the parks largest waterfalls. In spring season make time to see the synchronized fireflies, one of the only places in the world to experience this phenomenon.
Drive to Shops/Restaurants
Dollywood 6-10 Miles
National Park 10-20 Miles
Town 5 Miles