Smoky Mountains

You can enjoy the beauty of the Smokies from a comfortable seat in your vehicle as you drive along the scenic roads in the national park! At certain times of the year, there can be quite a bit of traffic on some of the more popular roads, but don’t worry! There are plenty of roads for you to explore with some incredible views off the beaten path and away from the congestion.  To help you make the most of your trip, here are 3 of the top Smoky Mountain scenic drives to beat the crowds.

The Smokies are home to a wide variety of wildlife, and you can see them all for yourself when you visit! From popular attractions in town to scenic destinations in the national park, there are so many spots where you can enjoy the different native species. To help you plan for your trip, here are 4 of the best places to see Smoky Mountain wildlife.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the most visited and biodiverse in the country! One of the best ways to experience its beauty is to hike right through it. There are over 850 miles of hiking trails in the Smoky Mountains, so you’ll never run out of options! To help you choose which ones to visit first, here are 4 of the best Smoky Mountain trails that the whole family will love.

When the leaves change from various shades of green to vibrant oranges, golds, and reds, you know it’s a great time to visit the Smoky Mountains! Not only will there be gorgeous scenery everywhere you look, but it’s the perfect weather to spend time outside enjoying everything the area has to offer. Whether you’re planning a family reunion, corporate retreat, or just a vacation with your friends, fall is the best time to bring your group to the mountains! Here are the top things to do in the Smoky Mountains with your group this fall:

The Great Smoky Mountains are famous for their wildlife! From black bears to elk, there are plenty of iconic critters roaming around the mountains. In addition to these well-known animals, there are also a few four-legged Smoky Mountain residents that may come as a surprise to visitors. To help you prepare for your next getaway, Timber Tops Cabin Rentals has put together a guide to four animals that you wouldn’t expect to find in the Smokies.

One of the best ways to experience the natural beauty of the Smoky Mountains is by going for a hike. Through the 800+ miles of hiking trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you will find plenty of gorgeous sights — including waterfalls. Some of the most popular trails in the park feature picture-perfect waterfalls. At Timber Tops Cabin Rentals, we’ve put together a list of 6 of the most beautiful waterfall hikes in the Smoky Mountains for you to try when you visit:

The Smoky Mountains are beautiful all year round, but it’s no secret that they become an even more spectacular sight in the fall. Each year, thousands of visitors come to the Smokies to catch a glimpse of the picture-perfect fall foliage. To help guarantee you have a wonderful time while you’re here, we’ve put together a list of 5 of the best things to do in the Smoky Mountains in the fall.

One of the best ways to experience the true beauty of the Smoky Mountains is by going for a hike. Luckily, you don’t have to be an avid hiker to enjoy hiking in the Smokies. With more than 850 miles of trails, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has something for every skill level. Whether you’re hiking with kids or just want a leisurely stroll, we’ve put together 6 of the best Smoky Mountain trails for an easy hike:

We all know that Dolly Parton is a woman of many talents. She’s a singer, a songwriter, an actress, a businesswoman and so much more. But even though we know all these things about her, there are some things that only the biggest Dolly fans would know. At Timber Tops Cabin Rentals, we’ve put together a list of 6 fun facts about Dolly Parton that you might not know:

Here at Timber Tops Cabin Rentals, we believe that everyone should visit Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains...and apparently, we’re not alone! In a recent article in Parade magazine titled “An Insider’s Guide to America’s National Parks,” author Kathleen McCleary sings the praises of our very own Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In fact, Parade named the Smokies one of the national parks “every American should see.”

Family vacations are all about having the opportunity to spend quality time with the ones you love in a place you love. That’s why the Smoky Mountains is the perfect destination. There are plenty of memories to be made and adventures to be had. To guarantee you have a great time with your family, follow these 6 tips on how to have the best family vacation in the Smoky Mountains:

There is no reason to leave your furry friend behind the next time you visit the Smoky Mountains! At Timber Tops Cabin Rentals, we provide you with the perfect place to stay, and the area has so many fun things you can do together. Here are the top 5 things to do in the Smoky Mountains with your dog:

When the sun is shining and the birds are chirping, there is nothing better than being outdoors. When you stay in our Smoky Mountain cabins, you’ll be able to breathe in the fresh mountain air and explore everything the area has to offer. Make the most of your time in the sweet sunshine trying new things and having new adventures! Here are the top 5 outdoor attractions in the Smoky Mountains you can’t afford to miss:

Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains are filled with history! From the heart of Pigeon Forge to the national park, visitors will find a variety of well-preserved historic buildings from the 19th and 20th centuries. Even if your family members aren’t big history buffs, they will love exploring these authentic Appalachian homesteads from years gone by. To help you make the most of your next vacation, Timber Tops Cabin Rentals has put together a guide to the top three Smoky Mountain historical sites.