How About a Family Thanksgiving in the Smokies? Our Large Cabins Have All the Room You Need

Thanksgiving is a time of year when families travel all around the country to spend the holiday with each other, but the downside to family fun is getting the house ready and cleaning up afterwards. Why not save yourself all that cleaning and focus on the food and family at one of our luxury cabins in Pigeon Forge? With full kitchens and plenty of additional amenities, our cabins could make this Thanksgiving your best yet.

Don’t Fence Me In is great for a mid-size family getaway, with three king-size bedrooms, a queen bed, and a sleeper sofa to accommodate up to 10. The living room has plenty of room for everyone, with comfy leather couches and a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. Each of the four bedrooms is en suite and there is even a game room with a full-size pool table, television, and board games.

True to its name, there is plenty of room outside for the whole family, with front and back porches. Rocking chairs and a private hot tub room make multiple more ways to relax. There is also an additional porch on the second level with a porch swing, meaning you are not all confined to the same space. You also have access to the Pigeon Forge cabins’ village resort, with walking trails that take you by a spring-feed brook, beautiful waterfalls, and a picnic area.

Soaring Eagle also sleeps 10, with two king suites and a pair of queens, each with its own television. The game room contains a poker table and bumper pool table, plus a karaoke machine and gaming system, perfect for an evening of family fun. Two covered decks offer views of the Smokies and you can enjoy the fresh mountain air from the hot tub or porch swing.

Need one of our cabins in Pigeon Forge for a larger family? Horse N Around is a luxurious five bedroom log cabin that can sleep 14 people comfortably. The master suite has a king bed with its own stone-set jacuzzi for the lovebirds among you. The cabin comes with its own outdoor hot tub, three porches, and a game room with a pool table and an arcade system/movie viewing area!

Meanwhile, Mirage is anything but, with five bedrooms and four bathrooms, accommodating up to 16. As you would expect from Pigeon Forge cabins, it has its own hot tub, but stands out with three fireplaces to cuddle up after your Thanksgiving dinner. With three covered decks, eight televisions, an entertainment room with pool and card tables, and a beautiful jacuzzi, everyone will find a favorite spot to relax.

Whichever location you choose, all of the cabins in Pigeon Forge are close to the area attractions, should you need a pre- or post-Thanksgiving diversion. The Great Smoky Mountains are a short drive as well, so you can stretch your legs and enjoy the cooler weather. Many Pigeon Forge cabins offer discounts on multiple night stays, especially longer getaways, so ask for special offers on lodging as well as exclusive prices on area entertainment.