Lookout Lodge

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A sprawling, 4,100-square-foot property with space for the whole family or plenty of friends, Lookout Lodge is a spacious, comfortable, fun, and luxurious large group lodge in Pigeon Forge. From huge decks and log and stone exteriors to games and unique details, the 5-bedroom + loft, 5½-bathroom lodge with gorgeous views has you covered when it comes to memorable vacations in the Great Smoky Mountains.

Great outdoor spaces greet you when you arrive, with a wraparound deck on the second level, a large deck on the ground level, rocking chairs, covered and open spaces, a porch swing, grills, a hot tub, and gorgeous views. Then step inside to whip up meals in the country-chic full kitchen, sit down for meals at the large dining table, enjoy soaks in an indoor jetted tub, shoot pool by a fireplace, play foosball and arcade games, watch the big game or a movie in the theater room, and relax with family and friends.

At night, after busy days exploring Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, and neighboring Gatlinburg, come back to cozy bedrooms — with 2 king beds, 2 queen beds, 2 full beds, and 3 futons across the cabin. This gorgeous group cabin in the Smokies boasts lots of conveniences as well, including a DVD player, TVs in the bedrooms, a washer/dryer, and high-speed wireless internet so you can stay connected — when you want.

Living Room
Enter into the bright, open space with soaring ceilings, an attractive antler chandelier, exposed beams, massive windows framing partial mountain scenes, and a huge stone (gas) fireplace — aka the living room at Lookout Lodge. Kick back and unwind on the sofas and armchairs with glasses of wine, good friends, and gossip. Check out the lovely views in your PJs with a cup of coffee every morning and set the mountain mood with a crackling fire if it’s chilly outside. Keep snacks and drinks on the coffee table and invite everyone to gather for icebreaker activities and group convos. It’s a great space to hang out and recharge throughout your stay in the Smokies.

Whether you need a place to store leftovers from Pigeon Forge restaurants or want to whip up a 4-course feast, the fully equipped kitchen can handle it all! Featuring a white farm sink, sleek appliances, loads of counter space, and a breakfast bar, this kitchen is ready to crank out delicious meals, snacks, and drinks. Plus, you’ll have all the cookware, plates, bowls, cutlery, glasses, and mugs needed to cook and serve. All you need to bring are the ingredients and any specialty cooking items, like extra-large pots. There’s even a TV here to keep chefs, taste testers, and kids entertained while cooking and eating.

Dining Area
Beneath a lovely chandelier with a mountain motif rests a large table in the dining area just off the kitchen. A bay window lets in natural light, and the glass doors showcase the trees and distant mountains. It’s a nice space to sit down and enjoy meals, with additional guests at the kitchen’s breakfast bar or in the living room. The table is also great for board or card games brought with you, midnight margarita parties thrown on a whim, or arts and crafts for the creatives in your group. 

Theater Room
Boom! Pow! Kick! Surround yourself with sounds of action-packed vibes when you play an adventure DVD on the big screen TV in the theater room with surround sound. Or maybe you’d prefer to settle into the plush theater-style, reclinable seats on 2 tiers and watch a romantic comedy, fantasy, or thriller. Grab popcorn from the kitchen, place drinks in the built-in cupholders, choose a DVD from the movie library or pop in your favorite from home, then press play for a movie night to remember!

Rec Room
Sit down with a deck of cards at the table, sip moonshine at the pub table, play foosball with friends, shoot pool anytime, and beat the highest arcade scores in the fun rec room at Lookout Lodge! Large windows open up the space and let in beautiful views and natural light during the day, and the stacked stone fireplace keeps the space cozy in cooler months. The rec room is a cool place to hang out and let the kids and kids at heart play games during your Pigeon Forge vacation.

Before slipping into bed, draw yourself a hot bath with bubbles or a bath bomb in the indoor jetted tub, ideal after hiking in the national park or exploring The Island all day. There are 5 inviting bedrooms and a loft — each with a TV to keep everyone entertained and some with private bathrooms. Up to 18 guests will appreciate a varied mix of 2 king-size beds, 2 queen-size beds, 2 full-size beds, and 3 full-size futons to spread out and drift to dreamland in the Smoky Mountains.

Outdoor Spaces
Partial mountain views adorn the great outdoors at this semi-private large cabin in Pigeon Forge. Enjoy the picturesque scenery from multiple decks, covered and uncovered. Soak tired muscles in the massaging hot tub, especially nice after perusing the Parkway, strolling through museums, and playing at the year-round snow park. Sway romantically on the porch swing with your partner, fire up the charcoal, picnic-style grill for mountain cookouts, and unwind in the rockers with a glass of wine under the stars. The driveway of this semi-private cabin is flat and paved with parking for 6-7 vehicles and room for a trailer, making it easier to travel to and from town.

Other Amenities
Lookout Lodge offers homey conveniences to make stays more enjoyable in the Smoky Mountains. Toss loads into the washer and dryer whenever you need and feel free to hop on the complimentary Wi-Fi to stay connected with loved ones, check emails, and look for local deals. 

Local Fun
Ready to play, eat, and shop in town? Take a little drive into the heart of Pigeon Forge, where dinner shows, mini-golf courses, mountain and roller coasters, go-kart tracks, uncommon museums, outdoor adventures, pancake houses, Southern eateries, candy shops, souvenir stores, and specialty boutiques await. Want more? Head the opposite way into the quieter Wears Valley or venture a little further into bustling Gatlinburg that boasts an entrance into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park — the most visited national park in the country. 

TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena
Unleash your inner ninja on the Fire & Ice course, jump to new heights indoors, climb to your heart’s content, and let the kids play in the kiddie zone at TopJump. You can also plan pizza parties for your group in the loft area, grab sweets from the candy shop, and play arcade games. 

Crave Golf Club
Maybe you’ve played mini-golf, but something tells us you’ve probably never played mini-golf on a rooftop or indoors. Well, now you can — at Crave Golf Club! Plus, there are escape games, miniature bowling allies, and a sweets shop here.

Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud 
Watch as professional lumberjacks take on challenge after challenge, chopping, ax throwing, log rolling, and more, to see who’s the top dog at this thrilling, climate-controlled outdoor show. Then, challenge yourself to lumberjack games in the accompanying adventure park!