Bear Crossing

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Lean back in your rocking chair on the front porch as you take a deep, long inhale of crisp mountain air and watch the kids run and play in your own little yard. Bear Crossing invites you for your next family getaway, friends’ hiking trip in the mountains, or couples’ vacation in the Smokies with 2 bedrooms and space to accommodate 6 guests.

Inviting common spaces and relaxing extras like 2 indoor jetted tubs, a hot tub, and an outdoor fire pit make Bear Crossing an excellent spot for your next favorite Smoky Mountain memories. Add conveniences like a fully equipped kitchen, high-speed internet, and a washer/dryer for a comfortable stay away from home.

Pigeon Forge is under 5 miles away from your cozy cabin, a short drive to hundreds of attractions like Dollywood and the Titanic Museum. Get an authentic taste of some Southern hospitality and cooking at the restaurant in The Old Mill overlooking the Pigeon River before watching the lighted waterworks at The Island’s unique fountain! Tour wine country on the Rocky Top Wine Trail with friends before heading back to the cabin for board games in front of the living room fire. With all the excitement of downtown Pigeon Forge so close and all the relaxation of a Smoky Mountain escape in the cabin, Bear Crossing is waiting for your next dream vacation in the mountains!

Living Room
Gather around the spacious living room for wine and snacks in front of the fire as you trade stories of your favorite moments during your group hike to Rainbow Falls in the evening. Pop in your kids’ favorite Blu-Ray from home for the perfect rainy-day movie on the flatscreen in the cabin. After long mornings of shopping in the many outlet shops and unique stores in Pigeon Forge, drop your bags at the door and find a good spot to rest on the cushy couch and doze off. Let laughter and good conversations fill the room as you sip on hot chocolate and reconnect with old friends. After putting the kids to bed, cuddle with your partner in front of the warm flames dancing in the stone fireplace accented by mountain-motif décor.

Lay out the groceries on the spacious counter before storing them in the full-size refrigerator and wooden cabinets for easy meal and snacking options without ever leaving the cabin! After working up your appetite while hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the morning, warm some soup on the stovetop and pop some bread in the toaster for a quick lunch in the afternoon. Use the coffeemaker in the morning to help fully wake you up from your restful night’s slumber in your cozy bed. The microwave comes in handy when those late-night cravings hit and your leftovers in the refrigerator begin calling to you.

Dining Room
While dinner is still cooking in the kitchen, grab all the necessary dishes and cups supplied in the cabinets to set the dining table for the delicious meal to be served. Grab your chair and dig into your plate before chatting with family and friends around the dinner table. The spacious 6-chair set is the picturesque setting for hearty dinners, hilarious board games, and planning out your group’s next outing to Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg.

Log beds, homey furnishings, mountain-motif accents, and private indoor jetted tubs invite you for some of the most relaxing moments of your Smoky Mountain escape and rejuvenation away from the stresses of everyday life back home. Climb into the large tub accented by earth-toned tiles and wood before turning into bed for the night. Rest easy in the evenings in your king or queen-size bed and comfy bedding after long, exhilarating days riding roller coasters in Dollywood. Fall asleep to some late-night TV shows on the flatscreen or finish the last chapter of your favorite book under the soft light of the bear lamp of the bedside table. Or you can squeeze in a relaxing afternoon nap under the soft breeze of the ceiling fan before getting ready for dinner and a show at Dixie Stampede.

Game Room
The loft not only has an extra bed for guests, but also board games and bean bags to kick back in! Challenge the kids to a friendly parents-versus-offspring game for who gets to choose where to eat for dinner! Play cards and sip on a cold drink at the high-top table while your favorite sports team plays on the mounted flatscreen.

Closed-in Patio
Let the kids splash and play in the hot tub while you and your friends laugh and talk around the patio table nearby in the evening before putting them to bed in the loft. Get some quiet moments of real relaxation in the hot tub in the mornings before setting out to Gatlinburg for the day. Read a book while sipping on your morning coffee in the dreamy early light pouring in over you through the patio windows or soothe your tired muscles while soaking in the hot tub in the evening after biking through the Smokies.

Outdoor Amenities
While the kids run around and play in the yard with your family dog in the front yard, slowly rock back and forth on the front porch, sipping cold sweet tea in front of this picturesque scene in the late afternoon. Sway hand in hand with your favorite person on the porch swing in the evening as fireflies glimmer across the lawn and the golden sunlight of dusk fades to night.

In the cool of the evening, light a fire in the outdoor iron fire pit and take a seat on the benches to begin roasting marshmallows for the perfect s’mores. After seasoning your ground beef and preparing the vegetables in the kitchen, take them outside to the charcoal grill in the back yard for a scrumptious picnic-style meal in the cabin!

Local Fun

Wizards, dragons, and fantastical princesses come together in this unique, innovative virtual reality course where kids can choose their quest and the role they want to play! Wand in hand, they’ll work with other characters to solve puzzles, illuminate mysteries, and become heroes of the realm!

Flyaway Indoor Skydiving
Learn to fly in the powerful indoor vertical wind tunnel at Flyaway Indoor Skydiving, a facility available for large group reservations or small group sessions! It is a great team-building activity and the perfect precursor for those who ever wanted to learn to skydive before taking the plunge out of a plane!

Ripley’s Haunted Adventure
Test your family members to find out who is the biggest chicken in the haunted hallways and rooms of Ripley’s Haunted Adventure. Located just off the main road of downtown Gatlinburg and open 7 days a week, Ripley’s Haunted Adventure is the perfect scary excursion any time of year! Wind your way through 10,000 square feet of dark rooms filled with moving body bags and escape through hallways without doors to avoid becoming part of the exhibit!