Affordable cabins in Pigeon Forge 2021 ? An upscale log home community, Eagles Ridge is located 1 mile from the Parkway in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. With a large outdoor pool and club house that can be used for reunions and retreats, Eagles Ridge provides the best amenities of any local resort. Eagles Ridge Rest features many styles of log homes that will cater to any family’s needs. We offer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 bedroom cabins, with Hot tubs, fireplaces, game rooms, pool tables, full kitchens, all linens. Call one of our friendly staff members to help plan your next stay in the Smoky Mountains.
National Park officials are pleased to announce a shuttle opportunity for visitors to access Cades Cove on Vehicle-Free Wednesdays beginning July 7 through September 1. The shuttle service will be provided by Rocky Top Tours from Townsend, TN to Cades Cove between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. each Wednesday. Shuttle service may be booked online at www.rockytoptours.com. Tickets for the roundtrip shuttle service, including transport of personal bikes, is provided for a flat rate of $25 per person. Participants who choose not to ride the shuttle are encouraged to plan their visit to Cades Cove in the late afternoons and early evenings to spread use out throughout the day.
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While you’re visiting the Smokies you will want to take advantage of our 800 miles of trails for hiking, exploration and plenty of sightseeing. A Smoky Mountains hiking adventure is the perfect way to start off a vacation during the hiking season. Surrounded by breathtaking mountaintops, the journey along one of the scenic trails makes for a perfect outing. The Smokies have something to offer for hikers of all skill levels. Plus, the vast scenery options range from geological structures, to old growth forest. Hiking in the Smokies can be quite challenging, and hiking any trail above your fitness level can make for a less enjoyable day while out on the trail. You will absolutely want to bring your camera and grab a snapshot behind the falls.
One of the most popular hiking destinations in the Smokies is Charlies Bunion. This unique overlook provides breathtaking views and is accessed via the Appalachian Trail from Newfound Gap. The unique name is said to come from a local resident of the Smokies, Charles W. Conner. Stunning views of Mount LeConte and Myrtle Point. As the story goes, Conner was hiking with renowned Smokies enthusiast and author of OurSouthern Highlanders, Horace Kephart. When they stopped for a break Charlie took his sock and shoe off to reveal a bunion the “size of the rock they were climbing.” Kephart saw this and retorted “Charlie, I’m going to get this place put on a government map for you.” Kephart came through on his remark and thus, Charlie’s Bunion was given to the outcropped rock.