Waterfront views? Yes, please! Spend your Smoky Mountain getaway right on the seasonal lake at this awesome 5-bedroom + loft, 4-bathroom cabin near Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. With space to sleep up to 16 guests, Smoky Mountain Lake Retreat has 4,000 square feet of space and room for a big family or a group of friends to relax, play, and enjoy the gorgeous waterfront scenery together. It’s packed with the conveniences of home, plenty of comforts, and great indoor and outdoor amenities to make your stay a memorable one!
Outside, unwind by the water in the soothing hot tub, toss steaks and kabobs on the gas grill, or gather around the firepit to chat, roast marshmallows, and make s’mores with the sounds of nature all around. On cool mountain nights, hang out on the deck with seating and a space heater to keep you cozy. Then head inside to whip up meals in the fully equipped kitchen, browse the cabin’s movie library and pop one in the DVD or Blu-ray player, play arcade games, shoot pool, play shuffleboard or ping pong, play checkers or cards, or hang out and enjoy the convenience of Wi-Fi in the cabin.
Bedrooms include 1 king bed, 4 queen beds, and 1 queen bunk, 1 queen sleeper sofa, and 1 twin daybed with a trundle. You can toss towels and swim clothes in the washer/dryer, clean up in the 4 convenient bathrooms, ring the dinner bell when it’s mealtime, cozy up in front of the fireplace, and enjoy some peace in the Great Smoky Mountains. The cabin also offers easy roads on the way, parking for 8 vehicles, and room for a trailer.
This wood-interior room is cozy yet open, with high ceilings, exposed wood beams, a charming stone fireplace for cool mountain nights, recliners for afternoon naps and relaxing TV, a sofa, and an area rug with little ones can play around while the adults relax. It’s a great space to gather and has easy access to the deck and the kitchen for any snacks or drinks you may want.
Kitchen + Dining
While you’re at the lake, you’re sure to want plenty of snacks and drinks. When you need a break from the fun on the water, head inside to bake cookies in the oven, cook a meal on the stovetop, heat up leftovers in the microwave, make a pot of coffee, or set up a buffet of snacks on the long countertop. And with a dishwasher, cleanup will be easy.
The kitchen is stocked with dishes, glasses, utensils, and cooking tools, so you can enjoy meals in the cabin together. This open space is also great for multiple chefs to help out! And just steps away is the dining table, which is rustic and offers space for 6 guests to sit. Other guests can spill over into the living room or out onto the deck.
Lower Level Living Room
A second living room on the lower level offers more space for guests to spread out. Relax on the sofa or in the leather chair here, open a good book, or flip on the big screen TV to watch movies and hang out. There are ceiling fans for warm days, or you can open the door to the deck where the hot tub is. The coffee table is large enough for cards or board games, and there is space on the floor for kids to build blocks or play around.
Lower Level Kitchen
Just off this living room is another kitchen, equipped with a microwave, blender, coffeemaker, double sink, and refrigerator/freezer. You can stock this space with drinks and food for your movie nights and hangouts.
It’s time to play! The garage-turned-rec room at Smoky Mountain Lake Retreat is packed with entertainment for the whole group. Here you can shoot around on the pool table, play ping pong, flip on the big screen TV while you play, show off your skills on the pinball machine or arcade console, sip drinks and have snacks at the live-edge wood bar with barstools, play checkers, bring poker or cards for the card table, try shuffleboard, or just hang out as others play. Also have fun with ping pong, foosball, and Golden Tee!
With 5 bedrooms in the cabin, Smoky Mountain Lake Retreat offers plenty of space for guests. Across the 5 bedrooms, find 1 king bed, 4 queen beds, and 1 queen-over-queen bunk. Each bedroom also has its own TV, so there’s no fighting over the remote. At night, after a long but fun day on the water, each guest will appreciate these relaxing spaces.
What is a trip to the lake without plenty of time spent in the great outdoors? Smoky Mountain Lake Retreat makes this easy, with plenty of places to enjoy nature. Sip coffee on the deck in the rocking chairs with a small table, sit with your love on the porch swing overlooking the water, stay cool in the shade on the loungers, soak away your stresses in the hot tub on the covered patio area, fire up the grill for a cookout, or sit on the bench and haybales around the firepit at night for s’mores and campfire stories.
Whether you want sun or shade, you’ll find a great place to relax and unwind at Smoky Mountain Lake Retreat. There is even a heater on the deck so you can stay warm when the temperatures drop throughout the year. And don’t forget about your private dock with a ladder! Bring your favorite watercraft and fishing poles and enjoy easy access to the water — just steps from your cabin’s back door. You can even take your boat to lakeside restaurants!
To launch your fishing boat or leisure boat into the water, there’s a boat ramp about 2 miles away. Once launched, you can tie off at your private dock (6 feet deep at the front and roughly 15 feet deep at the end) at this lakeside cabin in Pigeon Forge. The cabin’s dock can accommodate up to 2 boats, and there are wave runner ramps for 2 jet skis. When the water level is at its peak, there’s a 65-foot-deep cove near the vacation home plus more coves around the lake to explore.
New patio set with seasonal lake views coming soon for summer 2022!
Important Lake Information
Weather, precipitation levels, TVA power needs, and other factors cause fluctuations in lake levels throughout the year – particularly from September to early May. Cabins for YOU, Vacations for YOU, and the individual property owners are not responsible for lake conditions and levels or their effects on docks and recreational activities such as swimming, boating, or fishing.
When you’re not playing on the water, take the drive to Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg for more fun! Drive go-karts, play laser tag, go outlet shopping, visit Anakeesta or Ober Gatlinburg, spend the day in the national park…the list goes on and on!
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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- Game Room
- Hot Tub
- Lake View
- Mountain View
- Pool Table
Queen Sleeper Sofa