Cabins in the USA: Most popular destinations
Popular Cabins in the USA
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Highlights in the USA
- Tranquil mountain scenery
- Adrenaline-pumping activities
- Magical polar phenomena
- Incredible geological wonders
Cabins in the United States
Looking for a change of scenery and the ultimate adventure vacation? The United States is the perfect destination for your next vacation! Packed with forests, mountains, glaciers and more, in the USA you can stay in a cozy log cabin where you can spend your days exploring and relaxing in the beautiful wilderness. While most visitors seek out easily accessible destinations, here you can find log cabins in remote locations where you'll truly feel like you own your own nature with emerald green lakes, snow-capped mountains, wild rivers and more. This diverse country is the best choice for escape from the daily routine and experience a memorable vacation like no other.Luxury log cabins with hot tubs and mountain views
For your stay, the United States offers the best luxury log cabins that will absolutely blow your mind. With high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, fully equipped kitchens, living rooms with fireplaces and a rustic yet modern style, the cabins here will provide you with a relaxing atmosphere and accessibility to the best outdoor activities for family fun. Sit outside and enjoy a cup of cocoa overlooking the unparalleled scenery, light a campfire and roast marshmallows in front of a beautiful lake and warm up on cold nights by soaking in a hot tub overlooking the pine canopy and snow-capped mountains. The spectacular log cabins have everything for you!
Travelers and activities
If you love to venture to new places and get your adrenaline pumping, the United States is the perfect vacation destination to quench your thirst for adventure! From the rugged mountains of Colorado for paragliding, skydiving, zip-lining, rock climbing, hiking and much more, to the whitewater rivers of New Hampshire for white-water rafting and the snow-capped mountains of Alaska for skiing, to swimming in the turquoise waters of Lake Tahoe, USA has hundreds of places and activities that will provide you with incredible excursions with jaw-dropping backdrops that are sure to bring out your wild side.The United States for nature lovers
The United States has one of the most varied natural landscapes in the world and offers world-class places to explore if you're a nature lover. Adventuring by car or bike through the national parks is the best way to get a closer look at the country's wilderness. Tour Rocky Mountain National Park along the highest paved road in the country, the Trail Ridge Road. See the incredible waterfalls of Yellowstone National Park and experience the majestic Yosemite National Park are some of the best places to stop for spectacular views and fresh mountain air.
The United States is home to the largest cave system in the world and is located in Mammoth Cave National Park
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Known as the most visited national park in the country, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a must-visit destination if you're on vacation in the USA. The whole area is breathtaking and if you're a hiking enthusiast you'll definitely want to hike the challenging and iconic trails like the Appalachian and the Alum Cave Trail that will give you some of the most spectacular views in the park. But If hiking isn't your thing though, try the views from Clingmans Dome observation tower or drive to the most beautiful waterfalls in the area.2. See the world's most famous geyser and one of the three largest hot springs on the planet
Yellowstone National Park is one of the most famous national parks in the world and boasts the world's largest collection of large mammals and the world's most famous geyser, Old Faithful! Watch it spew gallons of boiling water into the air for 5 minutes. You can sit on the benches 300 feet away and enjoy this wonderful spectacle or watch from the Observation Point from 250 feet up. Also during your visit, admire the largest natural hot spring in the United States, Grand Prismatic Spring, and be dazzled by the range of colors that change throughout the seasons. This natural attraction is known for its deep azure blue shimmering waters that reach a temperature of 160 degrees Fahrenheit.3. Take a ride on one of the largest aerial tramways in the United States
Be amazed by the spectacular views aboard Ober Gatlinburg's Aerial Tramway - soar 1500 feet and have an incredible aerial experience! Get out of downtown Gatlinburg and enjoy the mountain's amusement park and ski area. You'll find a restaurant, shops and activities for the whole family. Go snowboarding, ice skating, and have fun on the Ski Mountain Coaster, a 1,000-foot ride surrounded by trees. Watch river otters play in the underwater viewing area, bobcats and black bears in the wildlife center and take a water raft ride. Ober Gatlinburg has everything to keep you entertained!4. Experience the magical Ice castles in winter
Imagine and envelop yourself in the magic of the Ice Castles during the winter. With a captivating photogenic appeal, New Hampshire's Ice Castles are constructed with millions of handmade icicles by professional ice artists, and then illuminated with color-changing LED lights. The result is an award-winning one-acre frozen attraction with a multitude of colors and music! You can enjoy impressive sculptures, take pictures on frozen thrones, go through ice tunnels, slide down frozen slides and warm up with hot chocolates and treats. The attraction is also available in Utah, Colorado and Wisconsin.5. Witness Alaska's colorful and iconic northern lights
Visit Alaska during mid-August to mid-April, when the nights are dark enough to admire the beautiful dancing lights that fill the sky. Most people spend between five and seven days to witness this spectacle of nature, so you'll need to be patient over the weekend. Settle around the bonfire at the Aurora Pointe Activity Center and enjoy snacks throughout the evening. When the weather is good, the aurora can break out at any moment! During your stay in Alaska, fill your days with other activities. Try spending a night in an igloo in the Arctic Circle, soak in the hot springs and explore the blue ice caves of Mendenhall.6. Admire the red and orange grandeur of the Grand Canyon
Officially a World Heritage Site, the Grand Canyon is a popular destination for tourists and hikers, and should not be missing from your bucket list. Take a hiking trip to admire the canyon and try the Rim trails or the Bright Angel trail for great views of the river. Although if you want to enjoy a dip in the middle of the desert, Havasu Falls is lauded as one of the most beautiful sights in the area! This desert oasis offers crystal blue waterfalls where you can swim. To get there you'll have to traverse an arduous hike to the falls, but the fun of swimming in the water is totally worth it. You'll need to be prepared because the Grand Canyon trails are not for beginners...7. Walk across the longest suspension bridge in North America!
At 680 feet long and 140 feet high, the Gatlinburg SkyBridge is an experience you'll remember for a lifetime! Pass 30 feet of glass floor panels and see incredible views of the Smoky Mountains from the longest bridge in the United States. This incredible attraction is located in Skylift Park so you can also experience the first four-season scenic chairlift in the South that will take you from the heart of the city to Crockett Mountain. As night falls, enjoy a bonfire on the SkyDeck and a craft beer at the SkyCenter with the best views in Gatlinburg.