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Smoky Mountain Woodcarvers

Smoky Mountain Woodcarvers
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Friends of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
You can be a Friend of the Smokies through your financial support or your volunteer time! The Park’s 75th Anniversary is a wonderful time to show your love for one of America’s greatest natural treasures- Great Smoky Mountains National Park. To become a Friend of the Smokies today, visit our homepage


Orchard Cove Stables
Orchard Cove is an 160-acre farm that borders the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is surrounded by mountains.  You can ride through our gates a short distance into the Park's miles of scenic trails without trailering or public roads.  You can look at a trails map in our links section.  We are a new facility and are constantly improving.  We have a new 20-stall barn, a 90' x 200' covered arena, and a bathhouse.  Stalls are 10 x 12 and bedded with shavings upon arrival.  Additional shavings, ice, and firewood are available for sale as needed.  Stock trailers are available for rent if desired..

 

 

 

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Cabins On The Little River
865-448-
8110

Our cabin is nestled away on a bank overlooking The Little River in the heart of Townsend, Tennessee, the most laid-back and relaxing community in the Great Smoky Mountains. Also known as "The Peaceful Side of the Smokies." Just 2-miles from your cabin door lies the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and scenic Cades Cove...

No Pet or Smoking Information Available

Cabins on Little River in Townsend, TN
Owners Richard & Yvonne Carnes | PO BOX 153 Townsend,TN 37882
(865) 448-8110

[email protected]

Dancing Bear Lodge & Restaurant

Dancing Bear Lodge&Restaurant
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00-369-0111
Stirred by the sapphire mist that envelops our mountain vistas, the Cherokee people named the Great Smoky Mountains the place of blue smoke. At our Townsend, TN lodge, we call them our back yard. Whether visiting the Smokies for relaxation, sport, romance or business, Dancing Bear Lodge hotel in Townsend, Tennessee, inspires getaways as expansive and free-spirited as the Smokies themselves. Experience one of the gems of Great Smoky Mountain Resort hotels! Our Smoky Mountain accommodations are ideally located for both a relaxing retreat and an engaging open-air adventure. Dancing Bear offers a number of impressively-constructed, luxurious cabin rentals in the Smoky Mountains that are adjacent to Little River in Townsend, Tennessee. Only 5 minutes from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and 25 minutes from the Knoxville Airport, our 36-acre estate...

No Information on Smoking or Pets

Dock's Motel & Log Cabins on the River
865-448-2234

If you love to fish for trout or bass in a fresh cool mountain stream then Dock's Motel is the place for you. We offer our guests private access to the best mountain trout stream in the Smokies. Or take a short scenic trip from Townsend to Gatlinburg / Pigeon Forge for an action-packed day of shopping and attractions. Then come home and unwind at Dock's Motel. Take a few days and enjoy the wildlife at Cades Cove or explore the cool mountain caves of Tuckaleechee Caverns. Spend a lazy day just floating down Little River on a tube with your kids.

Handicapped Accessible, Pets by Permission, Non-Smoking Rooms Available

Dogwood Cabins LLC

Dogwood Cabins LLC
888-448-9054

In an era long past the Cherokee Indians called this part of the country the “place of blue smoke,” from the rising mist of the mountains. Dogwood Cabins, in Townsend, Tennessee, is seated in the midst of this misty place called The Great Smoky Mountains and is within a one days drive of over one-half of the nations population. Our beautiful cabins are just minutes away from the entrance to The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Experience the Smokies on over 900 miles of trails. As the exclusive accommodations partner to Laurel Valley, enjoy free access to the Laurel Valley Swimming Pool and Restaurant while staying with Dogwood Cabins. The pool is open May 1- October 1, 2010, weather permitting.

Handicapped Accessible, Pets by Permission, Non-Smoking Rooms Available

 
 


Cades Cove Inn
865-448-9000
or
1-800-780-7234

Each well-appointed room features free high-speed Internet access, free long distance access, toiletries, iron/ironing board, microfridge, coffee/tea maker and hairdryer. King size beds and other upgraded amenities such as Jacuzzi® tub and fireplace are available in select rooms.

Pool  on Premise, Pets allowed under 20 lbs. w/charge of $20 per night (non-refundable). Free Deluxe Continental Breakfast, Pool Accessibility,, Handicapped Accessible,
No Smoking


Gilbertson's Lazy Horse Retreat
865-448-6810
We have 4 rental cabins, plus facilities for horse owners to bring their horses on vacation with them. We welcome guest with or without horses. You will find our tranquil ranch setting a wonderful place to relax and enjoy God's surrounding beauty...

Smoking Allowed on Covered Porches & Carports - No Pets in Cabins - Horse Boarding

Headrick's River Breeze Motel
800-879-0047 or 865-448-3000
For that special occasion, we have rooms featuring private whirlpools and/or wood burning fireplaces in season. Some of the whirlpools are double sized for two persons. Some of our rooms have kitchens. Rollaway beds and cribs are available. Continental Breakfast, consisting of English muffins, Bagels, Danish, homemade muffins, apple & orange juice and coffee, is included...

Handicapped Accessible, Pets Allowed,
No Smoking

The Family House

Highland Manor Inn

Highland Manor Inn
800-213-9462
For that special occasion, we have rooms featuring private whirlpools and/or wood burning fireplaces in season. Some of the whirlpools are double sized for two persons. Some of our rooms have kitchens. Rollaway beds and cribs are available. Continental Breakfast, consisting of English muffins, Bagels, Danish, homemade muffins, apple & orange juice and coffee, is included... Come explore the nearby attractions that include Tuckaleechee Caverns, fishing in Little River, hiking on the many trails in the National Park, golfing at Laurel Valley Country Club here in Townsend, or at one of the many other golf courses in the Blount County area

WI-FI, internet, No pets, Outdoor Pool on premise, Family Operated, Private off the road with balconies, Mostly Non-Smoking Rooms

 

Honeybear Cabin

Honeybear Cabin
850-582-2629
Honeybear Cabin is a privately owned vacation rental at the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Townsend, Tennessee. This beautiful little cottage is nestled in the woods where you can sit in the screened in back porch and listen to nature's wonderful sounds. The warm, cozy fireplace for cool days and the natural "air conditioner" of the screened porch for the warm days along with a central air conditioning system through out the cottage are just what the vacationer needs after that hike in the mountains

Pets Allowed

 
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Tuckaleechee Caverns
Carved over tens of thousands of years in one of the earth's oldest mountain chains,
Tuckaleechee Caverns
at Townsend, Tenn., are known as the "Greatest Site Under the Smokies". Estimated to be between 20 and 30 million years old, the Caverns are rich in history and lore in recent years as well. The caverns were opened to the public for a year in 1931 and then closed because of the Depression. As young boys, W.E. “Bill” Vananda and Harry Myers of Townsend played near the entrance to the caverns and frequently ventured into them. While students at Maryville College in 1949, they got to talking about the feasibility of opening the cave to the public. When Associated Press Pulitzer Prize Winning columnist Hal Boyle interviewed them about 1960, Myers recalled “We played Tom Sawyer in the main passage as kids. We explored it for three-quarters of a mile, sometimes wriggling on our bellies, and lighting our way with homemade lamps – pop bottles filled with kerosene.”

 

 
 


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