Wears Valley Cabins
Wears Valley Cabin Rentals: A Quiet Mountain Escape
Tucked away in the Great Smoky Mountains, you’ll find a quiet spot favored among locals—Wears Valley. Wears Valley is known as the “Jewel of the Smokies” and for good reason. The town offers its visitors an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and provides picturesque views that go on for miles. Although it’s hidden away, visitors have quick access to many area attractions and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
If the idea of a quiet escape already has you packing your bags, your next order of business is picking a cozy cabin for a weekend, or maybe two. There’s no better place to turn to than Elk Springs Resort. Elk Springs Resort has earned the reputation as an affordable, luxury resort for all the right reasons and seasons.
Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway for two or a family vacation for 12, Elk Springs Resort offers a wide range of cabins with varying amenities from hot tubs, pools, fire pits, and more. No matter what kind of Wears Valley cabin you are looking for, you are sure to find it with Elk Springs Resort.
Don’t hold off reserving your Wears Valley cabin rental any longer. Feel free to contact reservations today for more information or to book your cabin.
Wears Valley’s Natural Wonders and More
One of the greatest attractions to renting a cabin in Wears Valley, TN is the natural beauty you can find right outside your window. Even though Wears Valley has an elevation of 1,454 above sea level, stunning mountains surround all sides of the valley. The most prominent mountain you’ll come across is Cove Mountain. Standing tall at 4,078 feet, you won’t miss this beauty during your stay. Whether you are just driving through or gazing out the window of your Wears Valley cabin, the views are guaranteed to be amazing.
While the view outside of the mountain is draw-dropping, try venturing inside. That’s right, you can go inside of the Great Smoky Mountains at the Tuckaleechee Caverns. The caverns are estimated to be between 20 and 30 million years old, and such a sight to see. Inside the caverns, you’ll find a collection of stalagmites ranging in size up to 12 feet tall and flowing crystal clear rivers that lead to a 200-foot tall waterfall.
Natural attractions aren’t all the Jewel of the Smokies has to offer. Wears Valley maintains its small-town with historic landmarks, restaurants, shopping, antiques, and much more.
If you are looking for some adventure, go north of Wears Valley to the Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster. This mile-long wooden coaster track snakes down the mountainside and provides its rider with a unique experience. The riders have complete control over the ride and can decide if they want to go slow and steady, or fast and furious.
After all that adventure, you are bound to work up quite the appetite. Head on over to Elvira’s Café for some delicious food and friendly service. The café’s owner, Elvira, immigrated from Siberia, Russia to the Gatlinburg area after falling in love with the Smoky Mountains. Since 2012, Elvira’s restaurant has been booming with business as both locals and visitors have fallen in love with her Russian infused, Southern Tennessee food. Elvira’s Café is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but make sure you try the “Berry Buster” crepes, they are simply heavenly.
Whether you want to immerse yourself into nature or seek out some thrilling adventures, you can find what you want and more at your stay with Elk Springs Resort. If you are ready to book your Pigeon Forge luxury cabin rental, reach out and contact us today!