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You’ll think you’re stepping onto the pages of a magazine when you walk up to Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse, a stunning all-log cabin rental less than 10 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge. The angled roof, wraparound deck, and stacked stone exterior immediately give this rental property a chic mountain feel.
Inside Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse, you’ll be just as wowed by the spacious and warmly accented interior, complete with multiple sitting areas, a rec space, 4 bedrooms, and 3 ½ bathrooms. This Pigeon Forge cabin was designed with small group getaways of up to 12 guests in mind. You can make this your ideal destination for a family get-together during the holidays, a couples’ getaway when the leaves are changing in the fall, or a vacation with friends at the peak of summer.
No matter what time of year you visit, Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse offers impeccable views of the Smoky Mountain trees and rolling mountains beyond. And you’ll have plenty of options for group entertainment, including the community pool and tennis courts inside the gated Shagbark Resort. If you’re looking for a secluded cabin where you can escape in the Smokies, don’t miss Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse!
Living Room One of the more popular ways to experience the grandeur of the Smoky Mountains is to soar above it all on a zipline tour or ropes course adventure. But the great thing about staying at a Pigeon Forge cabin like Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse is you don’t have to leave your living room to see miles of Smoky Mountain scenery—from the lush green forests to the rolling blue hills! This is because the spacious living room inside Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse features an entire wall of oversized windows. Simply pull back the drapes and let the natural light flow in—you’ll love snuggling up in front of this view.
And to provide you with comfortable places to kick back and relax, this all-log cabin offers a huge leather sectional with room that can fit nearly half of your 12-person party. There’s also a plush chair in the corner next to an end table and reading lamp. Curl up with a new book, spread a deck of cards on the coffee table, or play a favorite TV show on the flatscreen above the stone gas fireplace.
Kitchen For those planning a holiday get-together in the Smokies or a private retreat where you’ll be spending a lot of time in the cabin, Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse is a great match for you. Simply use your full-size kitchen to make delicious homemade meals throughout your stay. You’ll have access to all major appliances in an upgraded stainless steel finish, including an ice machine. Use the oven to bake a tray of biscuits in the morning. Then smear on some fresh apple butter from The Apple Barn General Store in Sevierville, and you’ll have a mouthwatering breakfast for 12.
Use the fridge to store deli meats, cheeses, and fresh tomatoes from the Wears Valley Farmers Market—a great option for lunch or a picnic in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Finally, take advantage of the ample counter space to spread out meats and sides for a buffet-style dinner. You’ll save yourself money, gas, and the headache of waiting in lines by eating in at Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse!
Dining Room Looking for a place to enjoy your homemade dinners? No problem! Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse offers a large dining table with place settings for 14, which means everyone in your group can eat together in a comfortable, cozy space. This log-style table matches the décor of the cabin with 2 log chairs and 4 log benches. For extra seating—in case you want to spread out or separate the adults from the kids—check out the breakfast bar and stools attached to the kitchen.
There’s also a large patio table with room for nearly your entire group if the weather is nice and you want to eat outside. You’ll have plenty of dining options, providing intimacy and amazing views, at this Pigeon Forge cabin.
Rec Space Although there are plenty of places to play in nearby Pigeon Forge—including a variety of arcades like the Big Top Arcade, Arcade City, and Rockin’ Raceway—Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse doesn’t disappoint when it comes to entertaining additions.
This modern mountain cabin comes with a pool table, so you can play and shoot around on lazy days. The rec space also offers direct porch access and is surrounded by large windows with incredible mountain and wooded views. Plan to spend some downtime at the cabin when you book your stay at Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse!
Home Theater If the adults are watching one show and the kids want to watch something else, there’s no need to start an argument in this accommodating cabin. Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse comes with a separate home theater space, similar to a den, where the kids, the guys, or the group can watch a DVD, play a VHS tape, watch a show on DVR, or listen to music on the CD player. This space offers 3 comfortable couches where you can sit back and relax, and there’s a round coffee table in the center—perfect for a bowl of popcorn and some cold drinks.
Bedrooms When you’re back from visiting the Fourth of July Parade, one of the popularsummertime events in the Smokies, or from sledding down the mountain at Ober Gatlinburg during your wintertime escape, Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse offers you several spectacular options for catching some much-needed ZZZs. This cabin features 4 bedrooms total, providing comfortable accommodations for 12.
The master suite is located on the top floor of the cabin and comes with a log-style king-size bed, a private bathroom with its own jetted tub and walk-in shower, a large walk-in closet, and a private balcony overlooking the Smokies. But this isn’t the only room that will impress you inside Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse.
Another king-size bedroom can be found on the main floor. This room also features a walk-in closet, jetted tub, and walk-in shower. And on the lower level, you’ll find a queen-size bed in a private bedroom as well as a bunk room for the kids. These bedrooms share a large bathroom with a double sink and shower/bathtub combo. Every bedroom is beautifully furnished with modern décor and outfitted with its own flatscreen TV.
Outdoor Spaces Say hello to impressive mountain views when you book your stay at Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse! The position of this cabin—perched above the trees and overlooking the rolling blue hills in the distance—is one you simply can’t duplicate by staying in a hotel in downtown Pigeon Forge.
This cabin offers panoramic mountain views right from your very own wraparound porch. You’ll also have rocking chairs, a large patio table, and an outdoor hot tub to enjoy them from. If you’re into grilling, be sure to take advantage of the stainless steel gas grill that comes with Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse. For other outdoor excitement, play a game of corn hole on the spacious, covered deck.
Other Amenities Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse is located in the Shagbark Resort, a private gated community in the rolling foothills of the Smoky Mountains. By staying inside the resort, you’ll have access to so much more than your cabin provides. In the late spring and summer, be sure to visit the outdoor community pool, and all year long you are invited to play a game of tennis with friends and family on the community courts.
Inside Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse, a few of the amenities we haven’t listed already include convenient additions like washer/dryer access and paved parking. And for any families traveling with infants or toddlers, you’ll be happy to know that Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse offers a space for the baby, complete with a train table, kid’s chair, and crib. You can leave your port-a-crib at home on this family vacation!
Note: this cabin has limited Wi-Fi, so it's the perfect opportunity to unplug and reconnect with family, friends, and nature.
Pigeon Forge is less than 10 miles from Paul Bunyan’s Treehouse, which means easy access to delicious restaurants and exciting downtown attractions. If you need some ideas on where to take your family or your small group during your getaway, check out places like these:
WonderWorks If you want to get the kids away from their devices for a little while, just bring them to WonderWorks, where learning has never been more fun!
The Smoky Mountain Opry Known as “America’s Ultimate Variety Show,” the Smoky Mountain Opry is a great place for kids and adults alike. This exciting show features singers, dancers, comedians, magicians, and more!
Outdoor Gravity Park For a New Zealand adventure in the heart of Pigeon Forge, head to the Outdoor Gravity Park, where you’ll roll down a 1,000-foot hill in a giant bouncy ball!
**Community pool access is provided and managed through a 3rd-party company. Cabins for YOU is not responsible for maintenance or pool closures. The pool is typically open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
"When we got there it was easy to find. We had to explore every room. Our first evening out in the balcony was amazing. The view was spectacular. We ate every breakfast at the cabin. The kitchen was fully stocked and we enjoyed the family time around the outside table. Every night we ate dinner over looking the valley. It was close to all the attractions in both Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. We are planning a return trip next year. I’ve even recommended you to several friends and family members.…"
"When we got there it was easy to find. We had to explore every room. Our first evening out in the balcony was amazing. The view was spectacular. We ate every breakfast at the cabin. The kitchen was fully stocked and we enjoyed the family time around the outside table. Every night we ate dinner over looking the valley. It was close to all the attractions in both Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. We are planning a return trip next year. I’ve even recommended you to several friends and family members. It was the best."
This is a great way to protect yourself in the case of unforeseen events that delay you or cause you to reschedule or cancel your trip. You can add it on prior to your last scheduled payment. Want to know more? Check out our Trip Insurance page.
What is Enhanced Property Protection?
Our basic Property Protection Plan covers unintentional damages to your cabin during your stay and provides $1,500 in protection. Enhanced Property Protection (EPP) increases your limits and may offer an extension to your cancellation policy.
$49 = $1500 in coverage.
$79 = $2000 in coverage.
$99 = $2500 in coverage.
What do additional fees cover?
We want to ensure each guest has a clean, comfortable place to stay. The cleaning fee covers housekeeping and property cleanup of your cabin once you’ve checked out.
Do you offer any discounts?
Yes! We offer a 10% active military discount (phone reservations only) and regularly feature deals for YOU. Just check our Specials + Discounts page to see how you can save. And if you follow us on Facebook and Instagram, you can always be on the lookout for flash sales!
What about discounts for area attractions?
Our Cabins for YOU Partner Program gives you discounts to top area attractions - from mini golf and mountain coasters to dinner shows and beyond - when you stay with us.
What is your cancellation policy?
4+ bedroom cabins: No cancellation or change of cabin or dates within 5 months of stay
1-3 bedroom cabins: No cancellation or change of cabin or dates within 2 months of stay
Each of our cabins has a fully equipped kitchen (refrigerator, stove/oven, and varying countertop appliances), shared living spaces for guests, a dining table and/or breakfast bar for in-cabin dining, and cozy bedrooms. Most feature wireless internet, flatscreen TVs, washers and dryers, decks with wooded or mountain views, and some games or game tables! You can browse by amenity online to find the perfect fit.
What should we bring from home?
You’ll supply your own food, drinks, toiletries, charcoal and lighter fluid (for charcoal grills), propane (for gas grills; check cabin before purchasing), and any other movies or games you’d enjoy on vacation!
We’ll give you a starter supply of:
1 trash bag per container
1 roll of toilet paper per bathroom
1 bar of soap per bathroom
Do you provide bedding and towels?
We provide all linens, along with 1 towel and 1 washcloth per person (based on property sleeps advertised). Many of our cabins have washers and dryers, so it is easy to use only the towels we provide. If your cabin does not have a washer/dryer, you may want to bring extra towels from home.
What’s provided in the kitchen?
1 roll of paper towels
trash bag per container
(4 oz) bottle of dish detergent
At least 1 place setting (dishes, glasses, and utensils) for each guest according to advertised sleeps count
Pots, pans, and cooking tools for in-cabin meals
Do all your cabins have Wi-Fi?
Most of our cabins offer high-speed wireless internet, but not all. Please check the amenities list and description, or check with your Vacation Specialist when booking!
What is the check-in and checkout process?
Check-in is easy with Cabins for YOU. Each cabin has an electronic keypad, and we’ll supply the unique code for your cabin 2 days before check-in. No keys, no going to an office. You’ll use this to unlock your cabin each time you enter. Checkout is equally simple. Just shut the door behind you as you leave and it will automatically lock!
Check-in/out times: Check-in starts at 4 p.m. EST with guaranteed check-in at 6 p.m. Checkout time is 10 a.m. EST. We can’t guarantee early check-ins or late checkouts, but you can check with your Vacation Specialist. Hourly fees apply for early check-ins.
Before leaving, please be sure to:
Place towels and washcloths in the bathtub (We’ll take care of bedding!)
Put trash in proper containers
Clean used dishes
Clean any large messes made during stay
Lock the door behind you
How/when do I get directions to my cabin?
Once you’ve made your reservation, you’ll receive directions via email and/or a phone call about 48 hours prior to check-in. Or give us a call at 800.684.7865 or email your Vacation Specialist if you have any questions about getting here!
What if there is an emergency at the cabin?
If you have a medical or life-threatening emergency, please call 911. For mechanical and non-threatening emergencies, call 800.684.7865 and press option 2 to speak with one of our team members.
Non-emergency police lines:
Gatlinburg | 865.436.5181
Pigeon Forge | 865.453.9063
Sevierville | 865.453.5506
What is your policy for hot tub, swim spa, and pool use?
Please report any issues regarding cleanliness of hot tubs, swim spas, or pools upon arrival. We will do our best to resolve them right away. To keep these spaces clean and serviceable for all guests, please shower off before using and refrain from using any lotions or oils. If issues are reported more than 24 hours after arrival, any additional cleaning fees will be charged to current guest.
During an independent*, mostly accurate poll, it was found that black bears believe the purchase of property protection is necessary to ensure a stress-free vacation!
- Allows you to cancel your reservation up to 5 days prior to arrival date.
- Allows you to cancel your reservation up to 2 days prior to arrival date.
- Allows you to cancel your reservation at any point prior to initial use of your key code on your arrival date.
- I do not believe I need coverage
Explanation of Cancellation Protection
Cancellation protection is best explained as "the ability to cancel a booking" service. It's not a replacement for RedSky's Travel Insurance, but an additional option for guests to have peace of mind when traveling to Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Cancellation Protection Disclaimer
Guest can cancel for any reason and will be refunded 100% of nightly rents and all fees, excluding reservation fee, property protection and travel insurance.
Guest can cancel for any reason and will be refunded 100% of nightly rents and all fees, excluding reservation fee and travel insurance.
Refund will be processed immediately but may take up to 7 business days to reﬂect on guest's banking account.
Overall outdated and/or has worn out elements. There is little to no coordination in furniture and decor. Most furniture items are of lower quality such as cloth couches, laminate countertops, and particle board cabinets.
Cloth or outdated couches/chairs
Worn out furniture
Outdated kitchen appliances
Worn or Outdated Carpet
Visible wear on deck/exterior
Average quality accommodations. Will have some good quality and some low quality elements. Things such as a mixture of flatscreen and tube tvs, good quality furniture but worn out and not consistent, particle board cabinets and laminate countertops with updated appliances, or updated appliances but not consistent. These properties have elements of a Bronze and Gold level.
Good quality accommodations. These properties are high quality, but all elements might not be considered luxury in nature. There might be more wear on furniture, deck/exterior, etc. TVs are flat screen, but might not be the newest in quality. Might have stone countertops with updated appliances that aren’t stainless steel. These properties have some elements of the Platinum level, but elements are either slightly outdated, worn, or not as high quality.
Luxury accommodations. All elements are of high quality, design, and are up-to-date. Consistent furniture and decor in each room. Unique touches such as stone designs, barnwood/shiplap, full log pillars are often found in these properties.
Custom design elements
Stone countertops in kitchen and bathrooms
Stainless steel appliances
Consistent furniture style
Exterior not worn out
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