On the Gatlinburg Map below, you can see Great Smoky Mountains National Park on
the right and on the left is Gatlinburg Department of Tourism Welcome Center, located
on Spur/US HWY 441 between Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge next to Park-N-Ride lot and
Drive leads to
the North Chalet Clubhouse
and “Chalet Village”
. This is one of the best spots to find a cabin
or chalet with a downtown Gatlinburg view and the picturesque Great Smoky Mountains
National Park. Due to the narrow mountain roads, trailers and RVs are not recommended
on Wiley Oakley Drive, Greystone Road,
Road and Motor Nature Trail.
Road leads you to
and the “Ski Mountain Community”
which are close
to South Baden and Upper Alpine Clubhouses
. Here you can find terrific Mount
Harrison views as well as views of the Ober Gatlnburg's ski tram.
U.S. HWY 441 drives into downtown Gatlinburg through the main street - Parkway,
which leads you south to Newfound Gap, Clingmans Dome and Cherokee, N.C.
log cabins (Traffic Light#9) are only a half mile
away from downtown Parkway and the Gatlinburg Convention Center. Most of the Gatlinburg
cottages and cabins located in the
Area (Traffic Light#6) are in walking distance to downtown Parkway. Some of them
have great views of downtown Gatlinburg, and some have creek side settings.
Traffic Light #1A - the
Loop and Hilltop
Areas offer chalets which have Little Pigeon River settings as well as the great
Smokey mountain views. The chalets are close to the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail.
U.S. Hwy 321 leads you to HWY 416, Cosby (Mount Cammerer) and I-40. Hwy 416 leads
you to Pittman Center and Sevierville.
is known for its cabins on a river suitable for fishing and tubing.
Next to the intersection of HWY 321 and Glades Road (Traffic Light #3A) is the
Glades Arts and Crafts
the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community
the largest gathering of artisans in North America. Here, over 100 artists and craftsmen
working in their shops and studios. The community is relatively big (8 mile loop),
with its hearth being Gatlinburg’s historic Arts and Crafts shopping district. Located
within 3 miles of downtown Gatlinburg, this area offers numerous cabins and chalets
for convenient lodging near the Gatlinburg Community Center, which is located in
Mills Park towards the HWY 321. The
Area makes an ideal retreat for medium-sized parties looking to escape the bustle
of Gatlinburg’s tourist attractions and enjoy mountain privacy for reasonable nightly
Kings Way or Kings Ridge
Areas are located in the northern part of Gatlinburg. Most log cabins and chalets
in this area have great mountain views, and are conveniently located for downtown
Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge access.
Area has predominantly log cabins and mountain views. U.S. HWY 441 north – 5 miles
(10 minutes) to Pigeon Forge, 8 miles to Sevierville; the county seat of Sevier
is an exclusive community of authentic log cabins, located within 3 miles of Gatlinburg,
yet privately nestled in the Smokey Mountains. Each cabin in Timberidge is a restoration
of an original log home built some 200 years ago. The log cabins came primarily
from the mountains of East Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky, and North Carolina. All
historic cabins were tagged, marked, disassembled, and trucked to the private Timberidge
community where they were reconstructed with all the modern amenities, yet with
the charm and comfort of the past. Timberidge Homeowners Association new website
cabins and chalets are located on a ridge bought by the Kear (pronounced “CAR”)
family when they moved out of what is now the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
in the early 1930s. Though they have retained an old Mount LeConte View feeling,
all of the rentals are located just a few minutes from downtown Gatlinburg.
Areas are rich with choices of roundette chalets and log cabins featuring great
mountain views, and some with clubhouse access just minutes from downtown Gatlinburg.