Home to the most-visited national park in America, as well as one of the most diverse ecosystems in the country, the Great Smoky Mountains are a stunning landmark not to be missed. Whether you wish to admire the smoky peaks from a distance or lace up your hiking shoes and explore them firsthand, there's no better home base than one of our Smoky Mountain vacation rentals.
Where are the Smoky Mountains?
Technically a subrange of the Appalachian Mountains, the Great Smokies rise up along the border of Tennessee
and North Carolina. From rushing rivers and foothills to some of the highest mountain peaks in the Southeast, you'll find much to marvel at in the scenic landscape that surrounds your Smoky Mountain vacation rental.
Things to Do in the Smoky Mountains
Outdoor lovers, rejoice - all your adventure dreams are possible when you stay in one of our Smoky Mountains cabins. Take a hike into the mountains and valleys to photograph rare wildflowers, and keep an eye out for wildlife. These mountains are home to bears, elk, deer, bobcats, foxes, otters, and much more! Keep your eyes to the sky and you'll glimpse some of the 240 species of birds that live here, as well.
Stay in the cultural hub of Pigeon Forge
and view the mountains from a distance, or take advantage of the seasonal festivals and unique shops of Gatlinburg
- you're never far from the beauty of this diverse mountain range.
See for yourself what draws millions of visitors each year, and ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible by reserving one of our Smoky Mountain house rentals!
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