Bedrooms: 8 | Bathrooms: 6.5 | Sleeps: 28
Whether you’re planning a retreat, reunion, family vacation, or special occasion, this 8-bedroom, 6 ½-bathroom cabin with room for up to 28 guests has the space and amenities you’ll need for a fantastic group getaway! Wild Bear Lodge brings fun and relaxation to your Smoky Mountain vacation in an all-wood cabin in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
LeConte Bear Lodge
Less than 5 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge, LeConte Bear Lodge is convenient to area attractions and loaded with fun. You’ll also have mountain views, along with beautiful interiors and high-end amenities.
Semi-secluded yet only short drive to Pigeon Forge, Loose Moose is close to the fun without sacrificing a peaceful mountain atmosphere. Relax in jetted tubs, have movie nights, and more!
Summit View Lodge
This 9-bedroom Pigeon Forge lodge boasts a rec room with mini kitchen, king-size beds and bunk beds, a private home theater, stunning mountain views, and so much more! All just a few miles from the Parkway.
After a long drive, enjoy some relaxation at Wild Bear Lodge, where you can curl up on sofas in the living room or game room, unwind in front of the fireplace, take advantage of Wi-Fi, enjoy some good food at the dining tables – made fresh in your fully equipped kitchen – or head outside to soak away stresses in the hot tub!
Want to play? There are plenty of ways to have fun at this Pigeon Forge gem, with game rooms packed with pool and air hockey; flatscreen TVs throughout the cabin; and an indoor community pool in the Hidden Springs Resort! Plus, the cabin has conveniences like 2 sets of washers and dryers, a spacious kitchen that’s equipped with plenty of dishes and appliances, and Wi-Fi so everyone can stay connected.
An open and cozy space awaits in the living room, along with a beautiful stone electric (heated) fireplace, gorgeous hardwood floors, cozy couches, an arm chair, a mountain motif, and a big screen TV. Kids can play around on the area rug while adults chat, enjoy snacks from the nearby kitchen, or dive into good books while relaxing.
Any group getaway is focused around one thing: food! Wild Bear Lodge makes it easy to feed your group, with a large kitchen featuring recessed lighting, rich cabinets, and stainless-steel appliances including a refrigerator, stove, microwave, and dishwasher. It’s also packed with dishes, cookware, mugs, and utensils for in-cabin meals. The island is great for meal prep, has bar seating for 3, and can be used as a great buffet for snacks, quick breakfast foods, or holiday foods.
Wild Bear Lodge offers 2 8-person dining tables, some extra chairs, and a cushioned bench – along with the bar seating for 3 at the island. You can sit down for delicious meals together – with lovely wooded views just beyond the windows – or set up this space as your game headquarters, playing cards and board games late into the night!
While there are tons of arcades, go kart tracks, laser tag arenas, and family-friendly attractions in downtown Pigeon Forge and neighboring Gatlinburg, you don’t even have to leave Wild Bear Lodge to have some fun while on vacation in the Great Smoky Mountains! Upstairs, play some air hockey. Then you can take a break in the media space, where you’ll find 2 cozy sofas, a big screen TV, and DVD and Blu-ray players! And you won’t feel boxed in here: tree-studded views are framed by the floor-to-ceiling windows, giving you natural views and sunlight.
Downstairs, shoot some pool and relax. It’s a fun and inviting space to hang out and play, with an electric heated fireplace, flatscreen TV and sofa, and more large windows with wooded views.
After spending your days hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, driving around Cades Cove, or playing in Pigeon Forge, you’ll be ready to head to bed when you get back to the cabin. Across the 8 bedrooms, you’ll have flatscreen TVs, 5 king-size beds, 3 queen-size bunks, 1 sleeper sofa, and a futon. And with 6 ½ bathrooms, there is plenty of space for everyone to get ready in the mornings.
It’s called the great outdoors for a reason – and at Wild Bear Lodge, you won’t miss out! Pull up the flat, paved driveway with motorcycle-friendly parking for up to 7-8 vehicles (and room for a trailer) for easy arrivals and departures. Across the decks at the cabin, you’ll have rocking chairs and porch swings, along with a relaxing hot tub and a commercial-grade charcoal grill for cookouts!
Want to stay connected while you’re away? Wi-Fi in the cabin is convenient, and you can even check out our blog to get some ideas for what to do while you’re here! With 28 guests, 2 washers and dryers will be really convenient, and there is also a CD player. And because Wild Bear Lodge is located in Hidden Springs Resort, it offers access to a heated indoor community pool!
Not far from the attractions, restaurants, and shops of Pigeon Forge, Wild Bear Lodge offers easy access to dinner shows, barbecue, roller coasters, go karts, creamy fudge, and more. Need some ideas? How about…
Ride roller coasters, see bald eagles, watch live musical shows, grab some delicious desserts, and enjoy Dolly Parton-sized fun in the Smoky Mountains!
Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant
Enjoy fresh apple fritters and apple julep, fried chicken, Southern sides, and a big family-style meal at this local favorite.
The Island in Pigeon Forge
Stroll The Island for boutique shopping, celebrity restaurants, a kids’ train, relaxing by the show fountains, and rides on the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel!