A Tennessee cabin is more than a place to stay—it’s part of the culture.
Whether you're planning a hiking trip in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, leaf peeping along the Blue Ridge Parkway, exploring the state parks around Gatlinburg and Chattanooga, or paddling the Obed Wild and River Scenic River outside Knoxville, a cabin rental or vacation home will give you a comfortable homebase for your Tennessee adventure. Some state parks even have cabins available to reserve, including Cumberland Mountain, Tims Ford, and Norris Dam. Thanks to a mild climate, there’s no bad time to visit Tennessee, though summers can get quite hot. Check for top cabin amenities like air conditioning, free wifi, and laundry to meet your needs, keeping in mind that cabins range from rustic to luxe.