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Tucked away in The Great Smokey Mountains National Park, you’ll find the quiet natural paradise of Wears Valley. One of the most visited national parks in America, The Smokey Mountains will wow you with its incredible scenery, mountain sunsets, cascading waterfalls and much, much more. Hikers will have over 150 trails across 500,000 acres of pristine wilderness to explore. Families will find tons of fun activities to do with their kids. Savvy travelers will be spoiled with the variety of unique things to do and discover in this destination. The cabins are located throughout Wears Valley and Pidgeon Forge, practically the heart of the Smokies.Luxury vacation cabins
Whether you’re looking for something small or want to live it up in a grand mountain cabin, these accommodations will make your visit the trip of a lifetime. These cabins are eye-candy with their picturesque exterior design, incredible mountain views and rustically aesthetic interior. You and your friends and family will lack for nothing. Some of our cabins feature unique amenities like private jacuzzi, floor to ceiling windows, and fireplace, to name a few. These cabins are an excellent choice for couples and groups of up to 20 people. Kick back and relax in the living room next to the warm fireplace and watch the sunset.
Travelers and activities
Wears Valley has tons of excitement to offer adventurous travelers. The Smoky Mountains have several ziplining hotspots to choose from like Wahoo Ziplines and Legacy Mountain Ziplines. Kids will love riding a mountain coaster at Anakeesta, meaning high ground in Cherokee. At this thrill park you can take a scenic ride on a Chondola, go ziplining, eat at restaurants with incredible views, go on canopy walks and more! Thrill seekers will not want to miss going for a (bungee) jump at Timer Towers.Wears Valley for Nature lovers
The Great Smoky Mountains have a reputation for being one of the best places in the US for nature lovers for its innumerable trails, picnic hotspots and water activities. Water lovers can enjoy whitewater rafting, tubing down a river in Townsend, and kayaking. Stand-up paddleboarders can check out the facilities in Fontana Village and lake. There are many sections of the park that are perfect for a scenic drive, peaceful hike or quiet meditation. Hikers might enjoy walking the Tennessee section of the Appalachian Trail, or taking the challenging Alum cave Trail to Monte LeConte (6,593 ft).Wears Valley for Savvy travelers
There’s plenty to do in the area for travelers looking for activities off the beaten trail. Try panning for gems. Head over to Pidgeon Forge to see a one of a kind replica of the Titanic. At the Titanic Museum you will be given a ticket and treated just like one of the historical guests by a dressed up cast as you touch an ice burg and ogle artifacts from the sunken ship. There’s no other place like it. While in this exciting town, pay a visit to WonderWorks, an unusual upside-down mansion with interactive exhibits for all ages to enjoy.
It was the limestone coves and fertile soil that attracted Wears Valley’s first settlers in the late 1700s.
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Cades Cove was once home to many of the area’s first settlers. Nowadays, there are more than 90 historic homes still standing where visitors can learn all about the history of the area. You will see a variety of old churches, barns, mills, schools and cabins dating as far back as the early 1800s. Hikers will enjoy the Abrams Falls Trails taking you through the extensive, gorgeous backcountry and the majestic Abrams Falls.2. Descend into incredible caverns
If spending the day underground doesn’t deter you, then you must make a visit to the splendid Tuckaleechee Caverns. Full of stalagmites, stalactites and an underground waterfall, these caverns will wow you with an experience that will last a lifetime.3. Visit Gatlinburg for Ripley's Attractions
The picturesque mountain town of Gatlinburg boasts a host of fun activities for all ages. One of the most notable is Ripley’s Attractions with its Aquarium of the Smokies, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, the mirror maze and so much more. Thrill seekers should stop by Rowdy Bear Mountain Adventure Park for their unique mountain gliders.4. Explore Pidgeon Forge
Travelers looking for more to add to their vacation than nature hikes absolutely must visit Pidgeon Cove. The wide range of fun activities that can be enjoyed here including Flyaway Indoor Skydiving, Axe throwing, Dollywood (Dolly Parton’s theme park) and more. For evening activities check out Paula Deen's Lumberjack Feud and the locally famous Pigeon Forge Dinner Shows.5. Take a scenic drive
Cades Cove Loop will take you on a drive through 11 miles of some of the most scenic natural areas of the Smokies. Roaring Forks Motor Nature Trail, named for a nearby gushing steam, takes you through amazing old forests and historic buildings. The Newfound Gap Road is another option for road trip fans wanting to take longer, spectacular scenic drives.6. Win the lottery to see a rare natural wonder
Watch 19 species of fireflies synchronize their lights at Synchronous Fireflies in an impromptu event that only happens once a year. You will have to win the lottery to see it, but you will be one of the few in the world who ever do.7. Learn about local history at the distilleries
While in Wears Valley and Pidgeon Forge visitors can learn all about the history of Moonshine which dates back at least as far as the American Revolution. Check out some of the many distilleries scattered throughout the area, many of them family owned.