Bedrooms: 2 | Bathrooms: 2 | Sleeps: 6
It’s like coming home after exciting days go-karting, shopping, and exploring the great outdoors when you stay in the cozy Bear View cabin tucked among the trees in the Smoky Mountains! The 2-bedroom cabin for 6 will provide comfort and fun, and it’s pet friendly so you don’t have to leave the pup at home. Relax on the spacious deck in the soothing waters of the outdoor hot tub, relax in the porch swing, and bring your boards to play fun outdoor games of cornhole.
Little Bear Cabin
Just a short drive from downtown Pigeon Forge, Little Bear Cabin is a pet-friendly cabin that offers many great features to make you feel right at home. With a wooded exterior and a beautifully decorated interior, this private cabin will leave you rested and relaxed.
Enjoy community pool access in the charming Sherwood Forest cabin resort under 2 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge when you stay at the cozy 2-bedroom Bear Footin’ cabin!
A Bear Creek Crib
Come and relax in this charming 1 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath cabin is great for you and your friends or family. This cabin is only a few miles from all the dining, shopping, and fun in downtown Pigeon Forge.
After working up a hearty appetite, head to the open, fully-equipped kitchen to prepare delicious cabin-made meals using all the convenient provided tools and updated appliances! Inside, there is plenty more amusement playing games on the Xbox, board games provided in the cabin, and watching movies on the big screen TV while snuggling by the fire.
Perfectly nestled between Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, get the best of both relaxation and adventure by staying in Bear View! Just a short drive in either direction, experience the best of both Smoky Mountain cities from the rollercoasters of Dollywood in Pigeon Forge to the unique artisan shops of the Historical Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community in Gatlinburg. Return to the cabin after scenic hikes to soak tired muscles in the indoor jetted tub. Pack all the excitement you can into your Smoky Mountain dream vacation with the perfect homey cabin to rest, relax, and rejuvenate your body and mind while staying in Bear View.
Whether you are napping after a morning of shopping and touring The Island in Pigeon Forge or settling in for a movie on the large flatscreen TV, the cushy leather couch is sublimely cozy! Laugh away the evening hours around the big coffee table playing board games by a warm, crackling fire! No need to gather wood on those cold winter days; the gas fireplace is easy and convenient for nights of sipping hot chocolate and watching the kids play with their newly opened Christmas gifts. Let your imagination adventure through your latest reading obsession, uninterrupted by home responsibilities and stressful distractions, while slowly leaning back in the rocking chair illuminated by the natural light drifting in through the nearby window.
Every appliance and tool is within your grasp in Bear View’s spacious kitchen with a long breakfast bar, making big holiday meals a lot easier! It’s also easy to set up a buffet of snacks for game day or lazy days around the cabin! Mosey into the soft morning light of the kitchen to start your day your favorite way; use the blender to create a breakfast smoothie, the coffeemaker to brew a warm cup of joe, or the toaster to heat an English muffin. Venture into the kitchen late at night to retrieve your leftovers from the full double-door refrigerator before reheating your delicious midnight snack in the microwave.
After piling on all the delicious sides from the Thanksgiving buffet laid out on the breakfast bar, find a seat around the charming 6-chair wooden dining set a few steps away from the kitchen. The open concept of Bear View’s floorplan provides plenty of space for everyone during meals together without ever feeling cramped. After clearing the plates from dinner and placing them in the dishwasher, lay out a board game to play while sipping on blackberry dessert wine from your tour of the Smoky Mountain Winery in downtown Pigeon Forge. Reconnect with friends or make cherished memories with family while sitting around the dinner table!
Unpack your suitcases into the spacious dresser of your bedroom and feel more at home during your stay in Bear View! The entry-level bedroom provides a comfortable king-size bed, nightstand for books and phones to be easily accessible, and a big flatscreen TV so you can watch your favorite late-night shows before drifting off to sleep.
In the Second Floor, another king-size bed awaits. Curl up after a long day, flip on your flatscreen TV, and fall asleep watching movies and favorite late-night comedians. Just around the corner, a twin bunk bed lets kids have their own sleepovers with an Xbox and their own TV. A bathroom placed on each level provides easy bathroom access when you and the kids awake in the mornings. The king-size beds are the perfect resting place for tired guests who want to enjoy an afternoon nap or watch TV on the large flatscreens under the soft breeze of the ceiling fans.
Challenge the kids or your spouse to a friendly game on the pool table while passing some time during cabin downtime in the afternoons. While the big game plays on the large flatscreen TV nearby in the living room, take turns making trick shots and sipping on cold beers as other guests laugh and hang out on the couch. The open concept floor plan makes enjoying company while eating, playing, cooking, and relaxing easy and more fun!
Take advantage of the wonderful temperatures of the Smoky Mountains and take the fun outside to the back deck! Play board games and host summer picnics at the dining set on the screened-in porch on summer afternoons, rain or shine. Take nice, long soaks in the outdoor hot tub on the screened-in porch in the evenings, letting the steam clear your mind and the waters soothe your body.
Great Smoky Mountain National Park
The incredibly beautiful scenery and miles of untouched nature makes this area one of the best places to explore in the south! Visit Cades Cove for picturesque mountain valley views and opportunities to get looks into the past with restored cabins and churches of an old, sleepy mountain town. Get in touch with nature with America’s only free and most visited national park.
Be sure to visit this observation tower that sits 6,643 feet tall, making it the highest point of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You don’t have to be an expert hiker or mountain climber; the short 1/2-mile trek along a paved path makes getting to the peak a feat the whole family can make.
Wild Water Rafting
Explore the Smoky Mountains and take on the whirling rapids of the Pigeon River in a whitewater rafting tour through the mountains! For ages 8 and up, take the family for a wild water ride down class II, III, and IV rapids with the experienced guides of Wildwater Rafting. Float down the Lower Pigeon River on inflatable tubes with children as young as 4 for a lazy day in the sun and cool waters.