Imagine a gorgeous autumn day: Blue skies, sunshine and air that’s cool and crisp. The fall foliage is in full force in the Smokies, and you and that special someone are checking into your gorgeous cabin rental in the mountains. At Abram’s Cabin, located in gorgeous Wears Valley—just minutes from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg—you’ll find yourself immersed in the ideal setting for a romantic getaway or even a honeymoon.
This cozy, woodsy cabin exudes mountain charm with its open living room and cathedral ceiling, two spacious porches with grill, hot tub, rocking chairs and swings, and a wooded private lot. Other outdoor features include a landscaped backyard with patio, a fire pit and two picnic tables.
Inside, all the comforts of home are at your disposal, including free WiFi, a gas fireplace, a foosball table, full kitchen, and a washer and dryer. And while Abram’s Cabin works well for just two, there’s an upstairs loft with a king bed and a sleeper sofa, so if you want to bring the kids along, there’s plenty of space.
Contact us at Volunteer Cabin Rentals Pigeon Forge today for more information about the availability of this or any of our other overnight cabin rentals.
Next time you’re staying in one of cabin rentals in Pigeon Forge, TN, be sure to look up into the sky. That’s where you may just spot the city’s newest attraction, Wonders of Flight. As a part of the WonderWorks attraction, this tethered balloon experience lets guests soar as high as 400 feet in the air.
As many as 30 guests at a time board a gondola underneath the 75-foot-wide, helium-filled balloon behind the WonderWorks building. With rides running both day and night, guests get to experience panoramic views of the Great Smoky Mountains. The attraction is available for individuals, groups and even wedding events.
Overall, WonderWorks has been amazing Pigeon Forge visitors for years with more than 100 hands-on exhibits that are both educational and entertaining. Feel hurricane-force winds, ride out a 6.0 earthquake, explore space, climb an indoor ropes course and more. The attraction also features the live magic of master illusionist Terry Evanswood, who stars in Wonders of Magic!
For a lot of folks, the best time of the year to visit the Great Smoky Mountains is just around the corner. Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival gets kicked off in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Sevierville on September 15 and runs through the end of October. It’s a time to celebrate cooler weather fall colors with seasonal decorations, mountain crafts and lots of fun special events. If you’re staying in one of our cabins in Pigeon Forge, TN in the next six weeks, here are a few highlights of what’s going on through the rest of September in the surrounding area.
• Oktoberfest at Ober Gatlinburg. 9/28 – 10/31. Get a head start on next month’s celebration of Bavarian-style food, drink and music. Lederhosen optional.
• Fall Heritage Festival and Old Timers Day. 9/28 – 9/29. Come to nearby Townsend for bluegrass music, clogging, antique tractors, crafts, food and more.
• 13th Annual Fall Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament. 9/29 – 9/30. Cast your lines to compete for prizes as organizers stock area rivers with more than 5,000 trout.
• Smokies Half Marathon, 5K and Fun Run. 9/30. Get some exercise while enjoying great views of the Smokies at this first-ever event, which starts and finishes in Pigeon Forge’s historic Old Mill district.
Anyone who makes a reservation to stay in one of our Wears Valley cabins through September 30 qualifies for a number of special moneysaving deals. If you book a three-night stay, you get half off the third night; if you book four nights, you only pay for three; if you book five nights, you only pay for four, and if you stay six or seven nights, you only pay for five. So if you’re staying a full week that’s a savings of nearly 30 percent.
To receive the discount, please mention the special Internet deal when you make your reservation. This offer is valid only for remaining cabins, and unfortunately, it cannot apply to a booking you may have already made within that time frame. The offer cannot be combined with any other offers or specials, and it does not apply to holiday nights.
And we think that Wears Valley is the perfect setting for a September visit. Our cabins take advantage of the beauty of pastoral valleys and towering mountains, which are all right outside your window. You’re also just minutes from a handy, infrequently used entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, giving you easy access to picnic areas, hikes and the historic Cades Cove community.