Why You Should Stay in a Smoky Mountain Cabin this Fall
Fall is just around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited! As the cooler weather sets in we have so much to look forward to – autumn leaves, festivals, fall foods just to name a few. We think the best way to experience Fall in the Smoky Mountains is in a Smoky Mountain cabin. Here are a few reasons why!
Front Row Seat To The Fall Foliage
That’s right. When you stay in one of our Smoky Mountain cabins you are guaranteed a good view of the trees decorated in reds, yellows, and golds. Whether you are staying in a cabin that offers an incredible view of the mountain ridges or you are staying in a cabin that sits underneath a colorful canopy of trees, you will have a great view of the colorful trees.
The Drive To And From Your Cabin Is A Fall Wonderland
Mountain roads covered in brightly colored leaves and a canopy of reds and yellows – does it get any better?! Enjoy the peaceful drive around the mountain to your cabin. Go ahead and roll the windows down and play your favorite song – moments like this is what stays with you for a lifetime. Trust us; there is nothing like a mountain drive during the Fall in the Smokies!
Trails and Hiking Just Minutes From Your Cabin Offer Incredible Views of Fall Foliage
Fall in Tennessee is truly spectacular and the best way to experience it is getting outside. Our Smoky Mountain cabins are located just minutes from the best hikes and trails in the Smokies. Take advantage of your convenient location in the Smokies and enjoy the Fall Foliage on foot! When you are finished exploring, head back to your cabin and enjoy the views from your porch with a hot cup of apple cider.
There are so many great reasons to visit the Smoky Mountains in the Fall. Book a cabin in the Smokies and find out why so many people have already fallen in love with the Smoky Mountains in the Fall.
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.