|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
Boulder Bear Lodge is nestled in a luxury log home resort only minutes from the Pigeon Forge Parkway attractions. This one bedroom, one and half bath log cabin can comfortably accommodate up to 8 people.
A fully equipped kitchen and a den with cozy furnishings complimented by an electric fireplace welcome you as you enter. The master bedroom is located on the main level with its own electric fireplace, a king-sized aspen log bed and a bedside jetted tub.
The spacious loft makes up a game room that includes the queen-sized murphy bed, pool table, air hockey, multi-cade, and a sleeper sofa. Relax in the outdoor hot tub while gazing out at the beautiful mountain views. You will enjoy relaxing in the rockers or porch swing while grilling out on your outdoor gas grill.
While staying at Boulder Bear Lodge within the gated resort community of Bear Creek Crossing, guests can enjoy access to the community outdoor and indoor heated swimming pools while the water cascades down the three waterfalls close by. Try your skills at the well-manicured putt-putt course. Enjoy the natural tranquility of your Smoky Mountain getaway being only minutes from all the areas entertainment.
Zip over to Sevierville to zipline with Adventure Park at Five Oaks for an experience of the Smoky Mountains you won’t soon forget. They also offer zip at night during the summer season for a nightlife you can’t find elsewhere. You can spend days exploring Dollywood, with a wide array of roller-coasters and musical entertainment. Jump over to The Island in Pigeon Forge for shopping, playing and dining. Take a turn on the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel with all glass gondolas going up 20 stories for a glorious view of the Smokies. As the wheel spins, look down to enjoy the fountain show choreographed to music with lights.
The charming village setting of Gatlinburg offers a wide assortment of exciting festivals throughout the year. Year-round tour the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Trail, an 8-mile loop where hand-crafted traditions handed down thru generations can be appreciated. Feel submerged in the ocean with a visit to Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies underwater tunnel, play a game of mini-golf at Circus Golf…In 3D for 18 challenging holes in black-light. Catch the authentic Smoky Mountain atmosphere with a stop at Ole Smokey Moonshine to experience the sights, smells and tastes of the moonshining culture.
While staying at Boulder Bear Lodge you are close to the peaceful side of the Smokies. For a quieter Smoky Mountain adventure, bike the Cades Cove 11-mile loop that is closed to cars every Wednesday and Saturday mornings until 10a.m. The closest entrance is through the enchanting town of Townsend. Pack a picnic lunch and head to Metcalf Bottoms Picnic area were hiking trails are accessible, trout fishing is abundant and you can cool off by putting your toes in the refreshing river water.