Stonecreek Cabins – Gay Friendly Gatlinburg Vacation Rentals

Author: , May 19th, 2018

Stonecreek Cabins - Gay Friendly Gatlinburg Vacation Rentals

The Creekside (just for 2), Treehouse (just for 2) and our newest addition, the Mountain Magic (sleeps up to 4) are 3 of the most requested cabins in the area.

Romantic, private and secluded, these cabins offer many amenities that you cannot find elsewhere. Located in a 30 acre Smoky Mountain Paradise, your cabin is carefully cleaned and personally prepared for your arrival. A choice of a complimentary wine or sparkling cider on ice and other treats await your arrival.

These private, secluded cabins are the perfect retreat for those looking for a romantic, peaceful and quiet getaway located just minutes from downtown Gatlinburg (6 miles), the Arts and Crafts Community (2.5 miles), Pigeon Forge (7 miles), Dollywood (5 miles), the main entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park (9 miles) and loads of area attractions.

Fishing, hiking, Dollywood theme park, horseback riding, golf and outlet shopping are just some of the popular pastimes our guests enjoy.

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The Great Smokies, The Busiest Park in the US

Author: , February 16th, 2012

Great Smoky MountainsThe Great Smoky Mountains National Park remains the busiest of the nation’s parks by far, despite a drop in attendance last year.

Smokies Superintendent Dale Ditmanson said park officials are looking at new ways to draw visitors. The 500,000-acre forested park on the Tennessee-North Carolina state line drew 9,008,831 visitors last year, down a half-million from 2010.

The park topped 10 million visitors in 1999 and 2000, and it averaged about 9.3 million visits a year from 2006-2010. Park officials believe 2010 got a bump because of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, with about 9.5 million visitors.

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