Want to take your four-legged fluffy, fuzzy family member with you to the Great Smoky Mountains, go ahead – American Patriot Getaways has pet-friendly cabins your guide to mountain locations you can her along.

Our pet-friendly cabins come in every shape and size have all the amenities you expect from APG – hot tubs, fully-equipped kitchens and fabulous views.

Patriot Inn

At Patriot Inn, you’ll be greeted with décor of a very Patriotic Americana nature. This one-bedroom, one-loft bedroom, two bath log home includes a fully equipped kitchen, satellite TV, VCR, DVD Player, large Jacuzzi tub in the master bedroom with a custom king log bed and a lofted bedroom with a custom queen log bed. There are two living areas – one with a gas Fireplace – and the other with 2 sleeper sofas and a 42″ plasma flat-screen TV, a game area with a pool table and dart board and of course a wonderful hot tub to soak in and enjoy the wonderful wooded mountain views.

Misty Mountain Escape

Named after the blue mist of the Great Smoky Mountains, Misty Mountain Escape is a perfect retreat from everyday life. Enter the open-concept living area and you are greeted by a double-sided gas fireplace you can enjoy from the sofa or from the adjacent king master suite.

Play some foosball or shuffleboard while you watch a DVD on the 65″ TV in the living room. Or, venture upstairs for a round of pool or to beat the high score on the multigame arcade. Head into the great outdoors & cook up a feast on the gas grill out back. Enjoy your meal down at the firepit, which is surrounded by lush, tall trees. Before heading to bed, soak away the last of your cares in the hot tub. In the morning, show off your cooking skills in the kitchen and fuel up for a day on the town. Eating together is easy here, with dining space for 12. Located in Sky Harbor Resort, you’ll be close to all the attractions in this 2 bed, 2 bath – that sleeps 10!

Lincoln Logs

Remember when you played with those? This beautiful two-bed, two-bath cabin brings the childhood building game to life in the heart of the Smokies.

This cozy two-bed, two-bath cabin sleeps 6 and includes a fully equipped kitchen, gas log fireplace to snuggle by, a 32″ TV above the fireplace offering Direct TV satellite service and a VCR, large open beam living area with a queen sleeper sofa, game area offering a pool pable for a friendly or not so friendly game of pool, a 4 person hot tub on the covered porch overlooking the lights of Pigeon Forge and the surrounding mountains.

Moonlight in the Boondocks

If a moon- filled Smoky Mountain night sounds romantic – then you’ll want to stay at Moonlight In The Boondocks. Nestled among the trees on top a mountain ridge, this lovely 2-bedroom, 3- bath custom log cabin has two king master suites, each with its own bath, jacuzzi tub, and access to the back deck. Downstairs a stone fireplace, pool table, sleeper sofa, and another full-sized deck offers both additional sleeping space for 2, and plenty of room for your family or friends to spread out and enjoy the cabin. Moonlight In The Boondocks is conveniently located in the Sky Harbor Resort community between Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg and makes the perfect home base to enjoy all the fun and activities of town.

Terrace Garden Manor

Terrace Garden Manor is conveniently located – yet secluded – and convenient to Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! It is perfect for large groups, churches, and reunions – it sleeps 42 with 13 beds and 7 ½ baths. The home is built in the estate area of Chalet Village and backs up to incredible views and 3000 acres of undeveloped natural forest with abundant wildlife.

This 13-bedroom chalet, custom designed by the famous architect Hubert Bebb of Community Tectonics, was the 1968 Southern Living featured home of the year. Originally from Illinois, Bebb was an innovative architect who worked in Tennessee for the major part of his career. He moved to Gatlinburg in 1950, from Chicago. For the next thirty years, Bebb fostered the interaction of design and community, shaping the look of Sevier County during a period of major growth. Some of his suggestions, such as the uniform system of wooden signage still in use today, were adopted right away. Others, like underground power lines, have only recently been enacted. Bebb’s building designs are recognizable for their unique combination of modernist ideas and regional materials. His architectural signature can be read in the use of native sandstone and steep overhanging rooflines that emulate the shape of the mountains that form the backdrop for many of his buildings – The Tennessee Encyclopedia.

The Terrace Garden Manor chalet accommodates 40 guests and boasts one of the best views in the Smokies. Grill out, relax in the hot tub, or roast some marshmallows around the outdoor fire pit. With tons of parking and even covered parking too, this cabin is perfect for car shows, motorcyclists, church groups, and family reunions. You can even have a wedding in the outdoor shelter with portable tables and chairs included. With 6,050 ft, your group can spread out in Gatlinburg’s best location close to Ober Gatlinburg.

Fallin’ in Love

It’s time to Fall in Love all over again in the Great Smoky Mountains. Fallin’ in Love in one-bed, one bath that sleeps four. It has all the amenities you could ask for in a vacation home, fully equipped kitchen, satellite TV, DVD player, pool table, gas fireplace, Jacuzzi tub, hot tub, queen sleeper, washer & dryer, custom king size log bed and more. This two-story cabin is cozy through and through.

Dragonfly

Dragonfly is a custom-built 2-bedroom, 3-bath log home located in the beautiful Sky Harbor Resort, with easy access to both Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. This cabin offers 2 spacious bedrooms: a wonderful master suite with king log bed and Jacuzzi tub on the main floor; and a second bedroom with a queen log bed and private bath.

Relax and enjoy the gas fireplace in the open living area. The living room offers a sleeper sofa and a fully equipped kitchen. Enjoy yourselves in the lower level game area with pool table, foosball table, wet bar and 2 queen sleeper sofas allowing this cabin to accommodate 10 people comfortably. Three spacious levels of living space give everyone – including your pets – room to stretch out, relax and enjoy the beauty of the mountains – whether by relaxing with your coffee in a deck rocking chair watching the mist rise of the mountain, or soaking away a long day in the hot tub.

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Places to Visit with Your Dog

When you arrive, there is plenty to do with your pet outside of your Smoky Mountain cabin too!

The Gatlinburg Trail

Although most of the park is not pet friendly, there are two pet friendly hiking trails in the Smoky Mountains where owners can bring their dogs. The Gatlinburg Trail is the only one of the Tennessee side of the Smoky Mountains and is a 3.8-mile round-trip hike that begins at the Sugarlands Visitor Center. It runs through the forest alongside the Little Pigeon River.

Outside of the two hiking trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, pets are more than welcome at any of the park’s campgrounds, picnic areas and along the roads with a leash.

Doggywood at Dollywood

Dollywood’s theme parks don’t permit pets (except service animals) but they will take care of your dog while you enjoy all thing Dollywood. Doggywodd Space is limited and reservations are highly recommended by calling (865) 428-9826 during park operating hours.  Kennels, otherwise, at Doggywood are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, according to the Web site.

Doggywood’s operating days coincide with Dollywood’s operating schedule.  (Overnight boarding is not available). Doggywood is located adjacent to Guest Services at the front gate ticket area.  There are kennel runs ($25/day), cottages ($35/day). Your pooch will get plenty of water free of charge.

The Village Shoppes in Downtown Gatlinburg – open-air shopping

Smoky Mountain River Rat

The perfect way to cool down on a warm day, the Smoky Mountain River Rat invites guests to sit back and let their troubles float away on the Little Pigeon River. The Smoky Mountain River Rat offers both tubing and kayaking adventures. The best part is that dogs tube for free at Outpost A! Your dog will have its very own tube, and you can rent a tether for $2 to connect your tube to your dog’s.

Ready for a bite to eat?

Check out this link for dog-friendly restaurants.

Book Your Vacation Today!

Ready to book your pet-friendly cabin in the Great Smoky Mountains? Let American Patriot Getaways help you.

Whether it’s just you and the pooch looking for a Value cabin and some outdoor adventure, or your whole gang hunting for a Luxury Cabin, American Patriot Getaways has the right cabin for you.

Search our Web site, or just phone our cabin rental office and choose from our outstanding selection of pet friendly cabins near Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge or Sevierville. Let us know what type of pet friendly cabin your family needs and we will work to find the perfect one for your next adventure in The Great Smoky Mountains.

If Puppers needs some extra room to roam, you might consider one of our secluded cabins might have that extra space he needs. Call us today and plan your next getaway with the entire family, including your beloved pet, by calling us at 800-204-5169 and let our friendly experts help you plan a fun, pet-friendly vacation.

Check out our Smoky Mountain Travel Guide for more adventures. And our Pinterest board on the Historical Smoky Mountains.

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