Enjoy a Winterfest tour of Hidden Mountain East during 2020’s Christmas in the Smoky Mountains!
Merry Christmas, Friends!
Join us for a virtual tour of Christmas cabins, cottages, and villas at Hidden Mountain Resort in Sevierville, TN.
Merry Smoky Mountain Christmas, Friends!
A selection of romantic and cozy log cabins are already decorated for the Christmas season at Hidden Mountain Resort. Call us to book your Winterfest stay and enjoy all the lights, shows, and shopping of the Smoky Mountains, TN. Our Front Desk has the list of which cabins are decorated for Christmas 2020! 865-453-9850
The last few months have been difficult, and be honest, you need a Labor Day vacation. But how can you travel and have peace of mind? Our suggestion? A stay in the Smokies at Hidden Mountain Resort!
In this blog we will look at a few reasons why avoiding the crowds in a mountain cabin is a great choice this holiday.
Busy airports, overrun beaches, and packed restaurants are often part of the normal Labor Day routine. But for many, these may not feel like the safest options right now. If this sounds like you, book a cabin and leave your worries behind.
While safety is important, any good vacation is also about having fun! Luckily, you don’t have to sacrifice one for the other at Hidden Mountain Resort. No crowds are needed to enjoy the hikes, wildlife, and scenic views available in the Smokies. By choosing a cabin this Labor Day, you place yourself in the heart of a mountain range filled with excitement and adventure!
Most of us have spent a large part of the last three months inside our homes but have we really gotten to relax? Through true solitude, a cabin in the Smoky Mountains is just the place to rest, recuperate, and recharge.
Connection With Family
I know, you are thinking “Connection with family? We have been inside for months, how much more connected can we get?” By now, most homes have reached their limit for bringing us closer together, but a simple change in venue can cause amazing things to happen. Game night in the cabin suddenly has new life, conversation seems fresh around the firepit, and laughter comes from the soul with “Cannonball!” ringing out across the pool. A stay with us this Labor Day offers something we all desperately need right now, true connection with family.
We all miss being around large groups of friends, and those days will return. For now though, you don’t have to let this temporary season put a damper on your Labor Day plans. We would love to help you spend the holiday filled with safety, adventure, relaxation, and connection in your own cabin in the Smokies!
To book your Labor Day vacation with Hidden Mountain Resort, give us a call or visit our website!
Since it’s the most “wonderful time of the year” we’re bringing you some wonderful ways to have fun in the Smoky Mountains this Christmas! These activities are guaranteed to get you in a holly, jolly good mood!
SEE THE LIGHTS
It wouldn’t be Christmas time without Christmas lights! One of the best places to go see them is at Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival which runs from November 9 – January 4. Guests can explore the park and see more than four million holiday lights! Just bring a jacket and be sure to bundle up!
Maybe the cold isn’t your thing? That’s okay! You can still see the lights thanks to Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland. This is a drive-through Christmas light display that’s been synchronized to music for a truly mesmerizing show of color and sound. So load up the car and plan your trip! This Christmas Wonderland runs from November 15 – January 5.
TAKE IN THE SHOWS
These Christmas-themed shows will help you get into the spirit of the season! If you’re looking for food and fun, try one of these family-friendly dinner shows! We recommend Christmas at Dolly Parton’s Stampede or the Hatfield & McCoy Christmas Dinner Disaster for good food and good laughs.
Or if that’s not your cup of tea, there’s always Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry! At this show you can expect to see flying sugar plum fairies, an appearance from Jolly ol’ Saint Nick, and the area’s largest living nativity.
ENJOY THE SNOW
If it doesn’t feel like Christmas without snow, then visiting Ober Gatlinburg will make you oh-so-happy! They offer skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, and ice skating! Ski and snowboard season starts in early-mid December and can last into March. If snow tubing is more your thing, then you’re in luck! It’s available starting the Saturday before Thanksgiving and goes through March 31.
With so many fun activities, you’re sure to find something for everyone. So start planning your trip to the Smokies today to enjoy this Christmas season!
Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry: https://smokymtnopry.com/
Ober Gatlinburg: https://obergatlinburg.com/winter/
Disclaimer: Square footage, lot size, property tax information were taken from Courthouse Retrieval Records and not verified by Agent.All cabins, Villas, and lots in the Hidden Mountain East and Old Home Place are under the HOA’s authority.
Hidden Mountain Resort is the only official Rental Agency for the East properties as recorded in Misc. Book 165, page 66, and book 2379, page 172