Smoky Mountain Christmas Vacation
Christmas lasts all December long in the Smoky Mountains. From incredible Christmas displays, to holiday shopping, to endless family-friendly entertainment. There are countless ways to celebrate Christmas in the Smokies. There’s no better place to get into the Christmas spirit and spread the joys of the season than the Smoky Mountains.
Rent a Smoky Mountain Cabin in the Smokies
There’s nothing better than the view of snow-covered mountains in the distance as you stand on the deck of your Smoky Mountain cabin.
Our Main Lodge sits on seven beautiful acres at the base of Cove Mountain. The lodge has five private bedrooms, five bathrooms and a large game room / bunk room. There is plenty of room for everyone to feel right at home! Our property continues on across the street, where our horses and farm animals live. One of our guests favorite pastimes is walking around, taking in the breathtaking scenery from many angles. A Kings Lodge is the perfect place to create memories that will last a lifetime!
Cherokee Hill cabin is a brand new, authentic Appalachian log cabin located on a private ranch in pristine Wears Valley. Nestled on the hillside of one of our gorgeous horse pastures, this quaint and cozy getaway is the perfect place to relax and take in the beauty of the surrounding Great Smoky Mountains. When you first pull up to your private gated oasis, you are greeted by our friendly horses and farm animals. Everything is brand new in this cabin including furniture, beds, etc. The cabin has two king bedrooms and two bathrooms and a sleeper sofa.
See the Lights in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville
During the Christmas season in the Smoky Mountains, there are millions of twinkling lights and decorations. When you drive through Sevierville, you’ll get to see more than 15 million lights in just a 25-mile stretch! In Pigeon Forge, the entire town is covered with more than 5 million lights. You’ll get to see bear, deer, giant ornaments and more when you drive through Pigeon Forge. Driving through Gatlinburg, you’ll see spectacular lighting displays as well. Displays including animals such as deer and foxes, and dancing fountains and snowmen. If you don’t want to drive, you can go on the Gatlinburg Trolley Tour of Lights to see all the displays and learn some of Gatlinburg’s history in a heated trolley.
Anakeesta’s Enchanted Winter Celebration
How does twinkling holiday lights, Christmas decor and hot chocolate around a fire pit sound? Visit Anakeesta’s Enchanted Winter Celebration! Walk from Firefly Village to Vista Gardens through a 1000′ canopy of lights. Take a picture in from of the attraction’s giant snow globe, or relax around the fire as you take in the scenery. During this special holiday event Anakeesta will have winter food specials and specialty drinks like their famous Holiday Wassail! If you’re lucky enough to visit when it snows, you’ll have gorgeous views of Mount LeConte blanketed in white. It’s a holiday celebration you won’t want to miss.