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How To Plan a Spring Break Trip to the Smokies

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March 10, 2016

Spring break is quickly approaching and you need a place to go with family and friends. What would be more perfect than a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains?

The Smoky Mountains have lots to do in the springtime. From helicopter rides, to hiking, biking, sightseeing and more, you’re in for the spring break of a lifetime! But where do you stay during your trip to the smokies?

Smoky Mountain Cabins

Do spring break the right way. Rent a cabin nestled in the Smoky Mountains! Cabins in the Smoky Mountains are a great place to stay and offer amenities hotels and resorts do not. Cabins can house multiple people and offer an authentic mountain experience! You’ll have a cabin of your own, secluded with different amenities depending on your preference. You can fill your fridge with your favorite snacks, read a book on the porch, watch a movie in the spacious living rooms or even take a dip in the hot tub after a long day of hiking!

Big Sky Tennessee

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Imagine spending your spring break vacation in this beautiful cabin in Wears Valley. This Smoky Mountain cabin has amazing amenities including a hockey/pool table, hot tub, scenic views and a close proximity to the Smoky Mountain National Park. This rental can sleep up to 8 people! Get your friends and family together for a spring break in this home away from home.

Chestnut Ridge

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You’ve hiked all day long, the sun is going down, it’s getting cooler and you want to unwind. At Chestnut Ridge Smoky Mountain rental, you are only minutes away from hiking and attractions, with one on your very own porch. That’s right, your very own, private hot tub with scenic views!

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Enjoy your three story home for the week this spring. This cabin can sleep up to 6 people and offers bedrooms and bathrooms on every floor, satellite TV and a jetted bathtub! If it gets chilly at night, you can make a fire in the fireplace and enjoy the mountains views and sounds at night!

Attractions

After you’ve booked a place to stay, you’re ready to start planning activities for your stay! The Smoky Mountains offer hiking, nature trails, wildlife, sightseeing, etc. You could spend all week in the mountains exploring!

Wears Valley is close to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg and has dinner shows, shopping, various restaurants and more. If you’re looking for something the whole family can enjoy, Wears Valley is a great place to spend your spring vacation.

Let Accommodations by Great Cabins in the Smokies help you plan your spring break in the Smoky Mountains!

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