4 Ways to Stay Healthy on Your Gatlinburg Vacation

Colorful Smoky Mountains in fallSometimes, going on vacation can put your fitness plan in jeopardy. Fortunately, that’s not the case in the Great Smoky Mountains! When you stay at our cabins in Gatlinburg, it’s easy to eat right and get plenty of exercise. Here are four great tips for staying healthy in the Smokies:

1. Enjoy the fresh air.

We offer a wonderful selection of secluded and semi-secluded cabins in the Great Smoky Mountains. When you stay at Timber Tops you’ll be immersed in the area’s natural beauty. Whether you take a walk around your cabin or just open your window, that fresh mountain air will do you a world of good.

2. Stay active.

Gatlinburg is full of attractions that are sure to get your heart racing. Our cabins are just minutes away from zipline adventures, horseback riding stables, miniature golf, and indoor skydiving.

Some of our cabins even come with their very own indoor pool, so you can swim a few laps each day without even leaving Timber Tops!

3. Take a hike.

One of the absolute best ways to stay active while enjoying the great outdoors is by taking a hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With over 400 trails in the park, you are guaranteed to find the perfect hike for your family.

4. Have a home cooked meal.

While there are some great restaurants in Gatlinburg, eating out too much can go right to your hips. Instead, you can whip up a healthy dinner in your cabin’s fully furnished kitchen. We are right around the corner from a number of great local groceries where you can find fresh ingredients for a nutritious meal your whole family will love.

Timber Tops has everything you need for a healthy and fun vacation in the Great Smoky Mountains. Our cabins in Gatlinburg come with stunning mountain views, bubbly hot tubs, home theater systems, and an unbeatable location close to all of the best things to do in the area. Follow the link to learn how you can get free attraction tickets when you stay at Timber Tops!

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