|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
Creekbend Lodge is a spacious 2-level cabin that easily sleeps up to 36 people making for the perfect setting for a Smoky Mountain vacation. With 6 king-sized beds, 8 queen-sized futons and 2 queen-sized bunk beds, this cabin fits a large family or group comfortably.
The entry level beckons you to relax with its rustic country charm. Enter the fully-equipped kitchen with a flat top stove, microwave and dishwasher. Dine at the log wooden bench table that can seat 10 and a smaller table that will seat 4. Unwind watching the television from the comfort of the luxurious leather couch, loveseat and chair while the stone fireplace glows. The entry level offers 4 bedrooms. Each room has an aspen log king-sized bed and a queen-sized futon and a private bathroom with a jetted bathtub.
Head to the upper level where Creekbend Lodge has a game room with a pool table, foosball and a ping-pong table. Kick back to watch the game on the large screen television while you relax on the cozy sectional sofa. Located in the upper level are 4 bedrooms. All the bedrooms have a private bathroom. 2 rooms feature king-sized beds and queen-sized futon while the other 2 feature queen-sized bunk beds with a queen-sized futon.
Step out to the screened porch and let the tranquil calmness of the Smokies wash over you as you breathe in fresh forested air. Take your morning coffee out to enjoy the rocking chairs and listen to the rippling waters of Caney Creek. Other amenities include a charcoal grill, 10 TVs, and a washer & dryer combo. Situated in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains along the Spur between Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg makes Creekbend Lodge a leading vacation rental.
It’s a short drive from Creekbend Lodge to the eventful cities of Pigeon Forge and Sevierville filled with shopping, dining and attractions. Visit The Old Mill Square for hand-crafted pottery, candy and gifts. Tour the large collection of warbirds at Tennessee Museum of Aviation. Get in a round of mini-golf at Ripley’s Old McDonald’s Mini Golf with 54 holes full of animated barnyard critters. Treat yourself to a show at The Smoky Mountain Opry, the area’s largest musical and variety show.
Ramble down the Parkway to the charming city of Gatlinburg with boundless adventures. Tour the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Trail, an 8-mile loop featuring a large collection of Appalachian arts and crafts just 3 miles off the Parkway. You will be astounded at the Guinness World Records Museum before getting a bite to eat at TGI Friday’s. Other great attractions along the downtown strip are Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, The Village shops and Ober Gatlinburg.
Begin your adventure in the Smoky Mountains challenging the Pigeon River. Smoky Mountain Outdoors offers electrifying thrills white water rafting. Take to the tree-tops to zip line with Adventure Park Ziplines. Try their tree-top ropes course for another daring adventure. Set out on a horseback ride thru the wilderness. Five Oaks Riding Stables features rides for all ages and skill levels.
We have stayed in the cabin next door to this one in the past and had no issues. This cabin is identical to that one and the layout is perfect for our annual family Christmas trip. However, this cabin was not nearly as clean as the other. Some of the bathrooms were gross, and everyone's socks were filthy from walking on the floors. The worst problem was that we all nearly froze to death at night. The common areas were warm, but the bedrooms do not heat. When I woke up both mornings I could see my breath in the room I slept in.
I'm really not one that complains often because I know stuff happens, but when you dish out that much money for two nights you expect it to be clean and warm.
Porch rail rotten, most of screens in "screened in porch" torn, hot tub not working, couch ripped, chair in living room fake leather worn down to fabric, dirty, dining table chair broken. It appears as if the cabin was furnished at a goodwill store. Television in main room missing buttons, outside of cabin in need of significant repair. It is obvious the unit has flooded, damage easily spotted. I booked for 6 nights and had to have booking company move me after the first night. Cabin has great potential but in need of significant maintenance. Would not go back to this cabin if it were free.
Convenient to Main Retail Area
Drive to Shops/Restaurants
Dollywood 10-20 Miles
National Park 6-10 Miles
Town 5 Miles