The beauty of a pristine national park meets delightful kitsch in the towns of Gatlinburg and neighboring Pigeon Forge. A strange pairing? You betcha, but both Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge embrace the unusual. These two towns sit at the gateway of the breathtaking Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Instead of offering natural history museums or souvenir shops that sell rain sticks and headlamps, they surprise visitors with over-the-top pancake restaurants and oddball museums. Really, you’ll have to see it to believe it. With our list of Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge vacation rentals, we can help you escape to a cabin in the woods or plant you right next to Dollywood for a riotous time.
Your trip to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge can be as weird or relaxing as you want. If you choose the relaxing route, then it’s all about the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. We’ve got plenty of cozy cabins, including Smokies Cabin Rentals on offer. Nothing beats watching the sun set with great travel buddies from the porch of your rental cabin.
Of course, if you’re of the mind that hiking’s for the birds, then stay in town. In Gatlinburg, you have your pick of amusements to tickle your inner tourist. Try Cooter’s Place, a fun homage to the Dukes of Hazzard. There’s also the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum and the Hollywood Star Cars Museum. We’ve got condo rentals right in town, which will be a good thing if you need to crash into a food coma after hitting the fudge and ice cream shops too hard. But don’t overlook Pigeon Forge; after a good night’s sleep in your rental house in town, you can meet some stars at the Hollywood Wax Museum, (don’t get offended if they give you the silent treatment.)
Whether you want to revel in the kitsch or do some serious trail wandering, we’ve got the right rentals for you. Our Black Fox Lodge rental is the perfect starting point to exploring the national park, while our towny rentals will keep you close to all the family fun you could want.