5 Ways To Avoid Cabin Fever:

So here’s the scenario: You’re spending a few days or a week this winter with Volunteer Cabin Rentals, and it’s gotten awfully darned cold outside. The thought of getting out of the cabin isn’t very appealing, but at the same time, you don’t want to run the risk of being stuck inside together for so long that everyone’s starting to go a little stir crazy. What to do?

No worries. Our Smoky Mountain cabin rentals are designed to make sure that even the most quiet and lazy of days doesn’t necessarily translate into boredom. For example, consider marveling at the spectacle of snow-covered mountains from the warm comfort of your cabin’s main living room. Having a crackling fire going in the fireplace nearby will also help to cozy things up quickly. This would also be a great setting to curl up on the sofa with a good book and let your imagination run wild.

And even though it may be chilly outside, you’ll stay warm and relaxed while soaking in the hot tub. Day or night, this is a fun way to stay loose as a goose. There are also plenty of entertainment options in most of our cabins. Shoot a game of pool or start a foosball match in your cabin’s game room, or pop in a DVD (or three) and have a family movie marathon one night. Many cabins also come equipped with gaming systems that will keep fingers and thumbs clicking into the wee hours.

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