Have You Ever Stayed in a Deluxe Log Cabin? Now Is the Time to Try It.
The Seminole Wind log cabin is a charming, well decorated, cozy one bedroom log cabin. This non-smoking log cabin is bordered by the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park of Tennessee. The Seminole Wind log cabin is just steps away from some of the most scenic views in the country. With 916 square feet of space, and a back deck where you can enjoy wildlife like black bears, white-tailed deer and the flock of turkeys that live close by. The log cabin has one queen bed, and a twin bed to comfortably sleep three people. Rocking chairs on the front porch are the perfect place to enjoy some fresh mountain air and the surrounding views. The log cabin has lots of country details. The downstairs bedroom has a whirlpool tub in the adjoining bathroom. Upstairs there is a game room with a pool table and a twin log bed for a little extra sleeping space.
The upstairs in the log cabin also features a full bathroom and a small outside observation deck. The private log cabin hot tub on the back deck is a nice place to relax after a busy day, or you can enjoy one of the three cable televisions that are inside the log cabin, with VCR and DVD. The log cabin has a stone wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, and cathedral ceiling. The comfy overstuffed leather couch in front the fireplace is a cozy place to stay warm on cool nights. The full sized well-equipped kitchen is a good spot to make some gourmet meals to enjoy. The log cabin also has a washer and dryer if you have any laundry to do. High-speed wireless access is available at the log cabin.The Timbercreek log cabin site offers log cabin vacation rentals from one bedroom to five bedroom log cabins in the Smoky Mountain area. You will find a wide variety of log cabins in the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area of Tennessee.
This is one of the most scenic areas in the country, with plenty of scenic views, attractions and activities to enjoy. You will find all sorts of log cabin rentals and log chalets located in the Wears Valley near Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Townsend. Things to do in the area include Dollywood, mini-golf, fly fishing for trout, Cades Cove, outlet shopping, restaurants, hiking trails, and snow skiing at Ober Gatlinburg. You can also enjoy music theaters, golf courses, white water rafting, the Dixie Stampede, Splash Country and the Gatlinburg Aquarium.
Of course one of the biggest draws to the area is the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. This is one of the most popular national parks in the country, with scenic views to be enjoyed all year long. Last year alone the park had over 10,000,000 visitors! The park is the only national park in the United States that is free to visit. All other national parks in the U.S. charge an entrance fee. The Great Smoky Mountain Park doesn’t charge a fee because of John D. Rockefeller. He donated $5 million towards the National Park’s creation with the stipulation that no fee could be charged for visiting the National Park.
The park is 520,000 acres and 800,000 square miles and is home to 1,500 species of flowering plants, along with 4,000 non-flowering plants. The Great Smoky National Park is the largest natural habitat of the black bear in North America. Each year the park has thousands of people that visit the section known as Elkmont every summer to view the rare synchronized firefly.
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