Cabin in The Mountains at Night

Celebrating the New Year in a Pigeon Forge Cabin

With a new year underway, you’ll want to get off to a good start. Ideally, you’ll want to get away some place where the weather is reasonable, the environment is beautiful, and there are plenty of things to do for kids and adults. When running through your list of vacation getaway options, you’ve undoubtedly come across Pigeon Forge, TN. Whether you made it for New Year’s Eve, or you want to discover your own winter hideout, here are a few reasons to look into cheap cabin rentals in Pigeon Forge.

New Year’s Eve

You may not have made it in time to experience New Year’s Eve in Pigeon Forge, but once you do, it’s an experience you’ll never forget. For starters, the whole Smoky Mountain area seems to come alive during the holidays. You can watch fireworks from The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel in Pigeon Forge or watch Gatlinburg’s New Year’s Eve Ball Drop and Fireworks Show. If you’d rather stay in from the cold, however, there’s no better way to do so than within the warm confines of your own cabin. Just put your champagne on ice, and turn on the TV, and it’s like you’re in Times Square—except way more comfortable.

Kids Love Pigeon Forge

It’s hard these days to find a vacation destination that both adults and kids enjoy. Pigeon Forge is one of those special places. Famous around the world for Dollywood, you can return time and again and never grow tired of it. One of the biggest surprises in the region is WonderWorks. As the science center that advertises itself as “An Amusement Park for the Mind,” WonderWorks has more than 150 interactive exhibits such as an anti-gravity chamber and a replica of the Mercury space module. For more sporty fun, don’t miss the enormous trampoline park, TopJump, and the completely insane indoor/outdoor (and rooftop) miniature golf center, Crave.

Family Outside with Sparklers

See the Great Outdoors

What’s so great about Pigeon Forge is there’s so much to see. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the nation’s natural treasures, and first on your list of must-sees is Cade’s Cove. Just 31 miles from Pigeon Forge, Cade’s Cove has an enormous assortment of historic buildings dating to the early 1800s. A photographer’s dream, you can walk past old grist mills, log cabins, and restored churches all set against the backdrop of the picturesque Smoky Mountains. For something a little closer to home, bring your bike and ride The Riverwalk Trail. A great way to get some fresh air without ever leaving the city, the path is lit and there are benches for you to rest and take in the scenery.

The best way to really appreciate all you can see and do in Pigeon Forge is by renting a cabin with My Smoky Mountain Travel. Take a look at our selection of cabins in Pigeon Forge, TN. You’re sure to find something that everyone in your family will fall in love with. Plan your next vacation in Pigeon Forge today or begin your search for the perfect place to celebrate next New Year’s Eve.