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Rolling mountains with lush, green summers, pastel blooms in spring, and vibrant autumnal leaves: the Smoky Mountains create stunning scenery year-round. Experience their beauty in our Pigeon Forge vacation rentals. You’ll have Great Smoky Mountains National Park as your playground, plus beautiful mountain vistas from your cabin. Shopping, dining, sight-seeing, and even theme parks like Dollywood all await you at our Pigeon Forge cabin rentals.

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Beyond Expectations 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 3.5 Bath | Sleeps 10

Beyond Expectations - Pigeon Forge, TN

From $230
Mountaintop Lookout 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 3 Bath | Sleeps 10

Mountaintop Lookout - Pigeon Forge, TN

From $196
Above All 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Above All - Pigeon Forge, TN

From $177
100 Mile View 3D Tour
1 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 4

100 Mile View - Pigeon Forge, TN

From $197
Mountaintop Hideaway Cabin 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Mountaintop Hideaway Cabin - Pigeon Forge, TN

From $107

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Recent Pigeon Forge vacation rental reviews

View of mountain and close to everything
Kathy W. | Oct 2021
We really enjoyed the spacious cabin and can’t wait to visit again!
John B. | Oct 2021
The cabin was sparkling clean (though hot inside) when we arrived and boasts incredible mountain views, peace and quiet, and decent privacy. It is a quick drive into Pigeon Forge. There is a fold out sofa, something that wasn’t clear on the listing that we wish we had known before lugging our air mattress down for our kiddo. There is a smart TV you can connect with your Netflix account which was nice, and a DVD player but no provided DVDs so bring your own. Several items were broken and unusable, including the upstairs floor fan, patio table, and range light under the microwave. The shower creaks loudly when you step in, to the point I felt there might be a structural issue. But it was clean and functional. The bathrooms are small with no really good spot to set two people’s toiletries, so it might be worth bringing a hanging travel case or a folding side table of your own. There are no curtains or blinds on bedroom windows in the loft so you will wake with the sun unless you bring a sleep mask! There isn’t really a parking spot, just a slight place over a steep cliff to snug into. Thankfully traffic is low on the road so it wasn’t a problem. Overall a cozy and clean, if slightly snug/heavily-used place to stay with wonderful views. The text and email communication was all automated but clear instructions and arrived with codes, addresses, etc. on schedule. One note: My daughter left her ipod there and when we called to ask them to ship it, they asked for 24 hours to look and notify us either way, and then never did. It was totally on us that we forgot it but I would have appreciated them following through to let us know if they found it (she definitely left it there in the main living area) as they promised.
Brooke P. | Oct 2021

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Where are our Pigeon Forge vacation rentals?

Located in eastern Tennessee, this mountain resort city is just three-and-a-half hours from the bustling country music hub of Nashville and two-and-a-half from charming, outdoorsy Chattanooga. Neighboring towns Gatlinburg and Sevierville are full of history and Appalachian charm. And, of course, the entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park is only minutes away from our Pigeon Forge vacation rentals and cabins. With a location like this, our cabin rentals in Pigeon Forge are the perfect addition to a Tennessee road trip or family vacation.

Things to do in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

First and foremost: the outdoors are calling. Abundant rainfall and many different elevation levels make for a fascinating display of flora and fauna in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You’ll have your pick of trails to hike, rivers and lakes to fish, float, or kayak, and roadside overlooks for easy mountain vistas. 

From April through November you can drive about an hour from your vacation rental to Clingmans Dome for a unique way to see these breathtaking views. A very steep, spiraled walkway rises from the trees to meet an observation tower for 360-degree panoramas. Or you can drive the 11-mile loop at Cades Cove, passing lush meadows and historic, rustic buildings that are just perfect for photographing. 

The trailhead to Laurel Falls is about 20 minutes from our cabins and a popular spot for families to hike. At two-and-a-half miles out and back, it’s not too strenuous and offers beautiful scenery and cascading waterfalls. There are near-endless ways to get outside and explore, so don’t miss out. And if you book a cabin in Pigeon Forge with a hot tub, you can soak your tired legs after an exciting day outside.

Other things to do near our Pigeon Forge cabin rentals

Tourists flock to Pigeon Forge for more than just its proximity to the Smokies. A bastion of Southern culture, people book Pigeon Forge condos to hear country music, take their kids to amusement parks, or attend a wide variety of dinner shows. And since no trip to Tennessee would be complete without a sampling of Southern cooking, be sure to take advantage of the many dining options. Stop for a family-style meal at Mama’s Farmhouse or peruse local crafts and pottery after a hearty breakfast at the Old Mill Restaurant.

Fun is never far away with the famous Dollywood theme park, Splash Country water park, and a handful of go-kart tracks nearby. Pay a visit to the Hollywood Wax Museum to see lifelike models of celebrities, or test your teamwork and sense of adventure with an afternoon at the Island Ropes Course. 

Planning your vacation for late March? The annual Mountain Quiltfest has been going strong for more than two decades. Delve into this staple of Appalachian culture by taking quilting lessons, browsing hundreds of intricate, handmade quilts in the quilt show, or even enter your own prize quilt into the running.

After a long day hiking in the Smoky Mountains, rollercoaster rides at Dollywood, or gorging yourself on Southern cookin’, you’ll be delighted to relax in your cozy Pigeon Forge cabin rental. Vacasa offers vacation homes and cabins with fully-equipped kitchens, swimming pools, and even home theaters and arcade games. Whether you’re planning a romantic getaway for two or need a spacious vacation rental for a family reunion, we have you covered. Browse our beautiful cabins and pet-friendly condos to start planning your getaway to the Smokies.

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