Rockin' in the Smokies

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Located in the convenient and desirable Bear Creek Crossing Resort, Rockin’ in the Smokies is a fun and relaxing 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom cabin with 1,600+ square feet of space for up to 8 guests in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee! With seasonal mountain views and lush wooded surroundings, warm wood interiors, the conveniences of home, modern amenities, and some fun extras, this Pigeon Forge charmer will have you Rockin’ in the Smokies in no time!

For entertainment around the cabin, head upstairs to the loft. It has a classic arcade game, plush sofas, ceiling fan, pool table, air hockey table, and a card table for drinks, snacks, and games. There is also a flatscreen TV mounted on the wall, making this a great all-around space for playing and hanging out. Or you can head downstairs to the living room, which features comfortable sofas, a flatscreen TV mounted above the stone fireplace, and windows letting in lots of natural light.

The fully equipped kitchen features stainless steel appliances, dishes and glasses for in-cabin meals, and a dining table where you can gather. Enjoy breakfast together in the mornings, sip coffee before a big day in town, or play board games and cards at night. Relax in rocking chairs on the wraparound deck, soak in the indoor jetted tub or outdoor hot tub, enjoy the fresh mountain air, toss clothes in the washer/dryer, take advantage of the wireless internet, play in the community pool, toss burgers on the gas grill, and fall asleep in king-size beds at night.

Living Room
Cozy cabin vibes and modern amenities combine to provide the quintessential living room for your vacation needs at Rockin’ in the Smokies. The stacked stone (electric with heat) fireplace, wood walls and floors, plus plump pleather sofas really warm up the space. For entertainment, there’s a big screen TV, and large windows line the walls, letting in tree-studded scenery and natural light during the day. 

Kick back on the sofa for a nap after a full day of play in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Switch on the TV to take your mind off other things and enjoy time with friends and family. Keep snacks and drinks on the coffee table during chats and TV time. And slip away for cuddle time with your spouse on the loveseat when everyone else has gone to bed. The living room is also a great reading space, with warm lamps around the room and a crackling fireplace on chillier evenings.

Never let hunger take over when you have a fully equipped kitchen at your Pigeon Forge cabin rental! Stainless steel appliances include a fridge, range, microwave, and dishwasher. Minor appliances are also provided, including a coffeemaker that can whip up fresh pots or single cups. Pots and pans, bowls, plates, silverware, glasses, mugs, and more are also waiting in the kitchen so you don’t have to worry about packing up your entire cooking space. All you need to grab are ingredients in town!

Dining Area
Nestled in the kitchen space is the dining table with 2 end chairs and 2 benches. Everyone can sit down and enjoy freshly cooked meals, curbside pickup from Calhoun’s, or leftovers from Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen together at this Pigeon Forge cabin. The table is convenient for extra counter space too and offers a large enough space to play board games together. When you need to check emails, attend meetings, or homeschool the kids, it’s also an excellent workspace. 

Rec Loft
Overlooking the open concept living space is the cool rec loft! For more fun and games, head upstairs to play. You can challenge friends to air hockey matches, defeat the highest arcade scores, or shoot friendly rounds of pool together.  Sofas (both double as queen sleepers) and chairs offer plenty of space to spread out and chill between game time. There’s even a mounted flatscreen TV for added entertainment. You can also sit down at the small table to share a few drinks with your best mate or deal out a round of cards. 

When it’s time to hit the hay after hanging out at the cabin or exploring The Mountain Mile, enjoy a hot shower in your private en-suite bathroom. Better yet, draw a hot bath, toss in bath salts, light a few tea candles, and play your favorite podcast while relaxing in the indoor jetted tub in the primary suite. Both bedrooms have a king-size bed, a TV, and a bedside table with a lamp for reading or staying up to chat with your partner. In the loft, you can set up 2 queen-size sleeper sofas for the kids or other guests for the night. 

Outdoor Spaces
Arrive along flat, paved roads to reach the paved driveway with enough parking space for 3 vehicles at Rockin’ in the Smokies. The deck wraps around and features tree-studded scenery plus seasonal mountain views, best seen in the winter months. There’s even an adorable bear carving on the front porch to welcome you back from your explorations every day! 

Sit outside with a cup of joe in the rocking chairs for a bit anytime. It’s really relaxing with the fresh Smoky Mountain air. You can fire up the gas grill for a cookout in Pigeon Forge and set out sides and drinks on the picnic table. Best of all, there’s a steamy hot tub with massaging water jets, ideal after horseback riding, ziplining, or riding mountain bikes. 

Other Amenities
Within Bear Creek Crossing Resort, you’ll have community access to both indoor and outdoor swimming pools so you can swim year-round on your Pigeon Forge vacation! There’s also a community miniature golf course where you can putt-putt to victory. Back at the cabin, additional conveniences include a washer and dryer plus free Wi-Fi so you can keep on top of laundry and video chat with family and friends while away.

Local Fun
Frolicking around Pigeon Forge, you’ll find tons of things to do with friends and family. There’s something for every age and taste in this tourist town! Stroll along the Little Pigeon River, complete the Rocky Top Wine Trail, see Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Attraction, peruse 40+ shops at The Island, book a romantic dinner at The Alamo Steakhouse, take a scenic helicopter ride over the mountains, and watch lumberjacks compete rain or shine. 

Only a hop, skip, and a jump away, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park boasts outdoor fun for everyone. Hike to waterfalls, ride horses, take a scenic drive on the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, cast a line in the river, and picnic under the trees. Not to mention, neighboring Gatlinburg offers double the fun!

Scream on roller coasters, watch the kids smile on kiddy rides, see local craftsmen at work, buy homemade candies, check out the eagle enclosure, and enjoy live entertainment at this mountain theme park. 

Crave Golf Club
Play mini-golf indoors or on the rooftop at this candy-themed attraction that also offers miniature bowling, escape games, and a sweet shop with a giant Jelly Belly wall.

Rocky Top Mountain Coaster
As the longest coaster in east Tennessee, Rocky Top doesn’t disappoint. Coast at your own speed through 4 themed tunnels, across 20 acres, and past beautiful views of the Smoky Mountains — day or night!

Community pool access is provided and managed through a third-party company. Cabins for YOU is not responsible for maintenance or pool closures. The pool is typically open Memorial Day through Labor Day.