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5 Ways to Save When You Stay in Our Large Cabins in the Smoky Mountains

July 13, 2018

Group vacations sound expensive, but they don’t have to be! When you stay with Timber Tops Cabin Rentals, you can have an affordable vacation with a large group of friends or family members. No matter the occasion, whether it’s a family reunion, a church retreat or just a get together with friends, you will love knowing you don’t have to spend a fortune to have fun! Here are 5 ways to save when you stay in our large cabins in the Smoky Mountains.

1. Split the Cost

One of the best parts about visiting the Smoky Mountains with a group is that you can split the cost with everyone who comes. When you stay in a large cabin, you will have just one overall cost for your stay. If you divide the cost up among everyone there, the price each person has to pay is so affordable! You will end up saving so much more than if you stay in a hotel and each have to pay for your own rooms.

2. Take Advantage of In-Cabin Amenities

Pool and a view mansion

Our large cabins in the Smoky Mountains come with everything you need and more for an unforgettable vacation in the Smoky Mountains. When you take advantage of all the amenities inside your cabin, you will spend less out on the town! Each cabin comes with a fully equipped kitchen so you don’t have to dine out for every meal and can save by purchasing groceries and cooking. You will also have plenty of entertainment and can spend more time having fun in your cabin for free! You can choose from cabins with game rooms filled with arcade games, pool tables and foosball, cabins with home theaters so you can watch movies on the big screen, and even cabins with indoor pools so you don’t have to pay for a water park to splash around.

3. Cabin Specials

To help make your vacation even more affordable, we offer a variety of cabin specials. They include things like discounts and even free nights. There is no better money-saving deal than our cabin specials! We update them often, so be sure to check before booking your cabin to guarantee you get the best deal on your stay.

4. Enjoy Free and Cheap Things to Do

Island fountain with wheel

Another great way to save when you stay in our large cabins in the Smoky Mountains is to spend time enjoying free and cheap things to do! You’ll be surprised how much fun you can have without breaking the bank. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is completely free to enter, so you can go for a hike, view wildlife, go fishing, and even have a picnic while taking in the scenery. For some affordable fun for people of all ages, head to The Island in Pigeon Forge ! You can watch the Island Show Fountains for free, or ride the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel for a low cost. Other free and cheap things to do in the area include visiting the Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum in Gatlinburg, or playing mini golf at Cooter’s Place !

5. Free Attraction Tickets

We even help you save money on the popular attractions in the Smoky Mountains with our luxury pass! Our pass lets you enjoy free admission or discounts to some of the best things to do in the area. You will get one free adult admission per unit, per paid night stay for attractions like Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies , Big Creek Expeditions , and the Comedy Barn Theater . You will even get free admission to popular zipline tours in the area, which is one of the best activities to do as a group!

Enjoy an affordable and exciting vacation in the Smoky Mountains when you take advantage of these easy ways to save! Browse all of our large cabins in the Smoky Mountains and start planning your trip.

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