The Best Mountain Cabin Vacations

The Best Mountain Cabin Vacations
The Best Mountain Cabin Vacations
Mountain cabin vacations offer secluded experiences for soul-searchers or action-packed adventures for outdoor enthusiasts. The best mountain escapes provide access to plentiful hiking trails and recreational sports as well as dramatic vistas and up-close wildlife encounters. Additionally, many mountain cabins are within short driving distances to charming villages with boutique stores, antique markets, coffee shops and quaint restaurants. When choosing the best mountain cabin vacation for you and your family, consider three distinct options in the United States: the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, Tennessee's Smoky Mountains and upstate New York's Adirondack Mountains.
Colorado: Rocky Mountains

With stunning, snowy winters, mild summer temperatures and plentiful year-round sunshine, Colorado's Rocky Mountains offer exciting mountain cabin vacations. Colorado has an active four seasons, offering travelers unique experiences during each seasonal visit. Animal-lovers will appreciate the diversity of wildlife in the Rocky Mountains, including big horn sheep, black bears, eagles, mule deer, elk, coyotes and moose. Cabin rentals in the Rocky's can be located in low canyons or high up on a mountainside, offering stunning views and quick access to the outdoors. Check out mountain cabin vacations in the town of Aspen for unparalleled skiing experiences, beautiful lakes, panoramic peak vistas, delectable dining and upscale shopping boutiques. Other great Colorado cabin options are Estes Park, Boulder, Colorado Springs and Durango. One popular company, Colorado Mountain Cabins, offers cabin accommodations from 750 to 2,000 square feet. Cabins can be sorted by elevation and ski accessibility, offering visitors a tailored mountain cabin experience. Cabin rentals in the Rocky's are often pet-friendly, secluded, cozy and stocked with amenities (including a hot tub) to offer an unsurpassed mountain experience. Enjoy views of botanical gardens, colorful meadows, dramatic snow-capped mountains, stark aspen trees and glistening rivers during your stay.

Colorado Mountain Cabins
P.O. Box 6370
Woodland Park, CO 80866
Tel: (866) 425-4974
coloradomountaincabins.com

Tennessee: Smoky Mountains

Enjoy comfortable cabin accommodations and beautiful mountain landscapes at the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, the most frequented national park in America. Over 800 trails await both the novice and experienced hiker, meandering through wildflower-covered meadows and beneath tall, fragrant evergreen trees. Consider a mountain cabin vacation in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg to enjoy a nature escape and nearby attractions, including Dollywood, Splash County, town flea markets, helicopter rides, river tubing and whitewater rafting. Stay at Sugar Maple Cabins for as little as $230 per night, and enjoy cabins with a full washer and dryer, game room, fireplace, multiple decks and spacious, airy rooms. Spend an afternoon fishing for rainbow trout in the National Park and cap off an evening with a glass of red wine from the deck of your mountain cabin. Enjoy a moderate climate and the sights of white-tailed deer and blooming orchids during a vacation in the Great Smoky Mountains.

Sugar Maple Cabins
1735 Upper Middle Creek Road
Sevierville, TN 37876
Tel: (877) 237-9055
sugarmaplecabins.com

New York: Adirondack Mountains

Year-round fun is abundant in the Adirondack Mountains. Tourists flock to the Adirondacks for snow skiing, ice skating, snowmobiling, tobogganing and ice climbing. Rustic mountain cabins offer an escape to nature in a serene setting. Read a book beside a crackling fire or take a stroll along the banks of Lake George or Lake Placid. Mountain cabins offer breathtaking vistas of Bald and White Face Mountains, fish-stocked lakes and glistening rivers. Additionally, clear skies in the Adirondack Mountains provide excellent stargazing opportunities. Consider renting a mountain cabin at Lake Placid/Whiteface Mountain KOA for a wide-ranging selection of cabin styles, sizes, amenities and price ranges, perfect for family reunions, office retreats and individual escapes. Enjoy quick access to over 2,000 miles of mountain hiking trails, Adirondack furniture shopping, ice fishing, first-rate museums, award-winning spas and homemade maple syrup during your stay at a mountain cabin rental.

Lake Placid/Whiteface Mountain KOA Rental Cabins
77 Fox Farm Road
Wilmington, NY 12997
Tel: (518) 946-7878
koacampground.com

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