The mountain rentals of Gatlinburg draw visitors from all over the country to explore the Smoky Mountains and to enjoy the outdoor adventures found in Gatlinburg. There are several areas of the city that provide mountain views, incredible amenities and access to the best activities. Check out these top mountain rental locations of Gatlinburg.

  1. Sugarlands Area
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    The eastern section of Gatlinburg borders the Sugarlands Welcome Center of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Nestled in the valley and surrounded by the misty mountains, this part of Gatlinburg is a perfect location for a family vacation. Close to hiking trails, creeks for wading or fishing and breathtaking views, cabins in the Smoky Mountains cabins are plentiful near the Sugarlands Welcome Center. Choose small cabins in the Smokies for a romantic weekend away, or check out the large chalets for family reunions, weddings and special events.

  2. North Gatlinburg

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    North Gatlinburg will put you close to Gatlinburg rentals that are perfect for the whole family. From two to eight or more bedrooms, these cabins are close enough to the Pigeon Forge area to catch the Gatlinburg Trolleys for a day of adventure. The Trolleys travel all over the city and even make stops at Dollywood and Zion Grove. Some of the most beautiful mountain rentals of Gatlinburg are conveniently located close to The Island in Pigeon Forge and the Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster.

  3. Zion Grove – East Gatlinburg

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    Take a trolley trip to Zion Grove to explore the restaurants and lovely mountain views of this small Tennessee village. Just a few miles outside of Gatlinburg, Smoky Mountains, Tennessee, cabins in this area are a little less expensive than those right inside the city of Gatlinburg. Choose single family cabins or large retreats for big family events, and dip your toes in the pretty creeks and rivers of the Smokies.

  4. Pigeon Forge

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    If Sugarlands, North Gatlinburg or Zion Grove don’t fit the bill, then consider Pigeon Forge. Although Pigeon Forge is outside of Gatlinburg, the mountain rentals of Gatlinburg are found between these two pretty mountain towns. Visitors to Gatlinburg enjoy day trips to Pigeon Forge where Dollywood and Dollywood’s Splash Country are the main draw for tourists. Trolleys between Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are not expensive and make it easy for vacationers to get a taste of both towns without worrying about getting lost.

  5. Smoky Mountain Cabins
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    Gatlinburg rentals include cabins with views of the mountains and rivers of the Smokies. Although Gatlinburg is situated in a valley, the soaring mountain tops make this town a favorite for visiting tourists. Cabins are perfect for large families and are available with two, three or even ten bedrooms. Choosing a cabin location means making a list of the Smoky Mountain activities that are most important to your family. Check out Sugarlands area cabins for peaceful vacations, or stick to North Gatlinburg for a little more excitement.

Read more about cabin rentals in the Gatlinburg area here.