The Great Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee have an allure for every season. The crisp spring and summer air invites you to hike, raft, fish and golf. After the glorious fall colors fade, the mountains become a winter ski haven. Any season is a good reason to visit friendly Gatlinburg and your MountainLoft™ vacation home. One bedroom standard and deluxe suites are available, as are 1-, 2- and three bedroom townhomes that can accommodate from 4 up to 10 guests-perfect for family reunions and get-togethers with best friends. Features include well-appointed amenities including full kitchens and baths, master suites, separate living and dining areas, washer and dryers, balconies and fireplaces. As you drive beneath the canopy of oak and pine trees down the winding country road to MountainLoft, you feel as though you’re entering the nearby Smoky Mountains National Park. From an elevation of 2,200 feet, the clubhouse and vacation homes afford sweeping views of the mountainside. The rich, earthy colors and traditional American furnishings within each villa or chalet will make you feel right at home. Catch a glimpse of deer or a black bear from your balcony or patio. Warm up after a day on the slopes in front of the fireplace or in your whirlpool tub. If you prefer the crisp outdoor air, you can relax in any of the resort's hot tubs, three heated pools or the sauna. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited in the US, and for good reason. It's home to 900 miles of hiking trails, trout fishing, wildlife encounters and breathtaking views from Clingmans Dome. Enjoy a family-fun day of day of rafting or hiking, horseback riding, zip lining, trout fishing and much more. in the area or a workout in the fitness center. And be sure to experience all that Gatlinburg has to offer. Spend an afternoon exploring Ober Gatlinburg–best known as a mountaintop ski resort, this attraction also includes America's largest aerial tramway and an amusement park with a go-kart track, three “dry water” raft rides plus an 1,800-foot slide. Come face to face with hundreds of exotic underwater creatures living in the Smoky Mountains’ most impressive fish tank at Ripley’s® Aquarium of the Smokies®, right in Gatlinburg!
Gatlinburg is a city in Sevier County, Tennessee, United States. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 3,944 inhabitants and a population density of 147.13 people per km².
Local Population: Gatlinburg: 4,206
Distance to Major Cities: Nashville: 251 miles
Nearest Airport: TYS-Knoxville, TN