Unique Camping Rentals near the Cherokee National Forest
Split in two by the Great Smoky Mountains, the Cherokee National Forest is all scenic drives, whitewater rafting, and backcountry trail. The park’s many surging rivers are home to plentiful trout and bass, making the park a destination for fishing enthusiasts. Birdwatchers can hope to catch a glimpse of the mourning doves, juncos, indigo buntings, eagles and falcons that cruise the skies. There are eleven wilderness areas in the forest, which protect diverse flora and fauna that make up a rich ecosystem. River gorges, streams, and waterfalls snake through the park’s 650,000 acres, providing a rich terrain on which visitors can enjoy a slew of recreational activities, including boating, hiking, horseback riding, and swimming. Book a cabin or treehouse in Tennessee’s big backyard with this list of unique accommodations in the mountainous region.
There are no more accommodations that exactly fit your criteria. You can try broadening your search by changing some of the filters or move and zoom-out into the map to show more results.
Accommodations without filters:
Oops! There are no results for your search.
Please try again with another location or different dates.