The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is home to over 800 miles of beautifully maintained hiking trails. While some of the trails are best left to the pros, there are also a number of short trails that are ideal for families. To help you make the most of your vacation, Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals
When you’re ready for a break from the stress of daily life and you find yourself daydreaming about a weekend in the mountains, our cabins in the Smokies for rent are the best place for a few days of rest and relaxation! Conveniently located and affordable for any budget, there’s no better place in the Smokies to enjoy the scenery and all the fun of the mountains.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is home to some of the best wildlife viewing in the nation! Visitors to the Smokies will have the chance to see more than 200 types of birds, 67 varieties of fish, 65 species of mammals, and over 80 types of reptiles and amphibians. To help you make the most of your time in the national park, Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals has put together three tips for viewing wildlife in the Smoky Mountains:
Hiking in the Smoky Mountains is one of the many must-do activities during any trip to the area. However, what people don’t think about is that hiking in the Smoky Mountains is a great activity that you can enjoy throughout the year. Each season in the Smoky Mountains offers visitors a special reward that they may not discover during different months of the year. Here are a few reasons to go hiking in the Smoky Mountains during the winter:
Making a visit to Cades Cove in the Smoky Mountains is one of the top things to do in the area. Whether you’ve been to Cades Cove once or twice, or you’ve visited dozens of times, it’s always a wonderful addition to a vacation getaway. But have you ever visited Cades Cove in the fall? Here’s why we think visiting Cades Cove in the fall needs to be at the top of your to do list.
There is no greater experience than the joys of getting right in the heart of the Smoky Mountains. Most people enjoy this experience by getting their gear together and setting out on one of the many hiking trails. Plus, when you get outside this time of year, you get to enjoy the incredible fall foliage in the Smoky Mountains. Here’s why we think hiking in the Smoky Mountains in the fall season is something you just can’t miss out on.
Fall is a beautiful time to come to the Smoky Mountains. With the changing leaves and a variety of special events, it is no wonder that autumn draws millions of visitors to East Tennessee each year. At Timber Tops Luxury Cabins, you can choose among many Great Smoky Mountain vacation rentals that are ideal for a fall getaway. Whether you will be here for a weekend, a full week, or even longer, here are seven tips for enjoying the Smokies in autumn:
After a winter of decadent hot cocoa, cable knit scarves and maybe even a snowman, it’s time to welcome warm weather in its springtime debut. And what better way to enjoy the sun, sweet tea and blooming wildflowers than by planning a getaway to a Smoky Mountain cabin in the spring? We’ve assembled three expert tips for how to make the most of your springtime stay below:
The Smoky Mountains are the Southeast’s premier tourist destination. Scattered along the Tennessee-North Carolina border, the Smokies offer some of the most scenic vistas and picturesque panoramas in the world, as well as hundreds of miles of hiking trails and plentiful tourist attractions. But despite what you think you know about the Smoky Mountains, they are a seemingly bottomless trove of fascination and spectacle. Here are some facts about the Smoky Mountains you might not already know:
One of the most beloved Smoky Mountain traditions is returning next year! The 25th annual Wilderness Wildlife Week will bring thousands of visitors to the Smokies for eight days of free workshops, guided hikes, lectures, musical performances, and more. All of the events celebrate the beauty and history of the Great Smoky Mountains and the surrounding region. Timber Tops has put together a convenient guide with everything you need to know about Wilderness Wildlife Week 2015.
When you’re winter hiking in the Smoky Mountains, you want to make sure you are staying as safe and warm as possible. In order to help you when you go hiking this winter, we have put together some helpful tips to start you off on the right foot:
Winter is one of the most magical times of the year to be in the Great Smoky Mountains! Whether it’s Christmas time or just a beautiful day in January, there is always something amazing going on during the winter months. We’ve put together seven of our favorite things about this wonderful season in the Smokies:
If you’re looking for the perfect holiday gift for your family, you can’t do much better than a getaway in the Great Smoky Mountains. At Timber Tops Luxury Cabins, we provide you with all of the comforts and amenities you need for an amazing celebration. Let’s look at the top five reasons why a Smoky Mountain cabin vacation is the ideal Christmas gift.