Summer Escapes in the Great Smoky Mountains

family in car with mountain backgroundSummer vacation is a time of relaxation for parents and kids, but it can be difficult to relax when you’re stuck in a traffic jam or surrounded by a crowd. For those dreaming of a vacation away from every distraction, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge have a variety of popular attractions along with peaceful escapes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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One of the best things to do in the Smoky Mountains during the summer is take a mountain drive. Though some areas of the National Park can be congested during the summer months, the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail is a serene getaway for vacationing families searching for a slow, winding trip through the country.

The one way loop is six miles of rushing streams, historic log cabins and blooming forests. Named after one of the largest flowing streams in the mountains, Roaring Fork’s peaceful surroundings and secluded location are things the entire family can enjoy.

Gatlinburg Cabins Near the Great Smoky Mountains

If you want to get away from crowds and get in tune with nature, there’s no better place than the Smokies. Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals provides secluded Gatlinburg cabins that feature ultra convenient amenities. Whether you enjoy taking a dip in the swimming pool or watching your favorite thriller in the theater room, you can have tons of family fun without ever leaving your vacation home.

To book your next vacation at Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals and enjoy these things to do in the Smoky Mountains, call one of our reservationists at (877) 549-6775.

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Brittany Woodson is a writer and blogger who enjoys learning and talking about the Smoky Mountains. Outside work, she is usually on a walking trail or curled up with a good book. In her spare time, she enjoys finding healthy recipes and crafting new projects. To learn more, click the Google+ follow button.