Our Biker Friendly Cabins are a Welcome Sight After a Long Day on the Bike
It’s no secret that the Great Smoky Mountains and Eastern Tennessee are a paradise for scenic bike rides, but did you know that there are plenty of biker friendly cabins in all shapes and sizes among the cabins in Pigeon Forge? Pulling in to one these rustic locales, all with quick access to area attractions and beautiful rides, is a perfect way to end a long day on the bike.
Biker Friendly Cabins for Two
Planning a ride just for the two of you? There are plenty of cozy cabins in Pigeon Forge that cater to bikers’ needs. Country Charm and Honey Tree are rustic studio cabins in a wooded setting, with easy access for motorcycles. These wood and stone cabins have everything you need to relax your muscles while still enjoying the refreshing Smoky Mountain air.
Both cabins come with covered porches that feature a hot tub and rocking chairs, perfect for stretching out after a long day on the bike. Inside, each cabin is replete with a full kitchen, or you can fire up the charcoal grill and cook outside.
There’s plenty of room to relax inside, from more refreshing bubbles in your own jacuzzi to a comfy living room with a gas fireplace and cable-equipped television. Each cabin has a queen bed to rest up for your next day on the road.
Mid-Size Cabins in Pigeon Forge Serve Bikers, Too
Travelling in a group? There are multiple options for biker friendly cabins that sleep up to six. Bearly Rustic has two queen bedrooms plus a sleeper sofa, with plenty of indoor and outdoor amenities to enjoy. Set in a lovely wooded area, your wraparound porch has an outdoor eating area, plus there is an outdoor firepit, complete with porch swing, to discuss the day’s ride.
Inside, in the screened-in porch, have a friendly competition over the pool table or air hockey table or relax in the bubbling hot tub. Put up your feet in the modern living room which includes an electric fireplace and big screen TV. Bearly Rustic includes WiFi as well.
Windy Ridge offers similar sleeping arrangements with even more privacy in the secluded Wears Valley Community. Only nine miles from the Parkway, this cabin feels like a true escape from the bustle, with beautiful views of Cove Mountain and a large yard (perfect for pets!) with a fire pit to stretch your legs or bask in front of a bonfire. Front and back porches allow for extra privacy and feature a porch swing, rocking chairs, and a hot tub. The fully-outfitted interior has a kitchen and comfortable living room.
Book One of Our Larger Cabins in Pigeon Forge for a Biker Group
Several cabins in the Smokies are designed for larger groups of bikers. Eager for the sounds of nature after revving your engines? Mountain Stream is right next to a creek and is within walking distance to Margaritaville and other Parkway attractions.
There’s room for all of you in the spacious backyard, highlighted by a gazebo that covers your hot tub, plus a gas grill for cookouts. Three bedrooms, including one king, two queens, and two sets of bunk beds, can sleep up to 10, and there is a foosball table and multiple televisions to help you unwind.
Meanwhile, the luxurious Bear Crossing Lodge has room for 16, with a pair of king bedrooms, two queen-size rooms, two queen-over-queen bunks, and sleeper sofas. The second floor has its own game room, with full-size pool table, two-person arcade, and its very own movie theatre to watch a flick or the big game. Three fireplaces, expansive porch space, and four bathrooms ensure there is plenty of room for everybody.
Many of these cabins have special offers for longer stays, making these biker friendly cabins in Pigeon Forge a prime base for exploring the Smokies on day-long rides with the knowledge that you can wind down in your cabin at the end of the day. A free pancake breakfast will quell your appetite before you ride and there are exclusive discounts for area attractions as well.
Mountain Air Cabin Rentals vacation homes are located throughout the Smoky Mountains: Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Wears Valley. We are close to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Dollywood, Ripley's Aquarium, many dinner shows and theaters, local arts and crafts, and a variety of other activities.