Mountain Escape Cabin , Sevierville, Tn

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 the cabinBedroom 1, Queen bed, dresser, TVBedroom 2, queen bed, dresser, TVGame Room, Pool table, foosball (3 in 1 game system) High top table and stoolsLiving Room, Sleeper sofa, fireplace, TVHot Tub on back deckFully Equipped KitchenTable for 6 people in the dining area
1122 Carroll Hill Lane, Sevierville, TN 37876

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 6
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Type: Cabin
Description of the Sevierville vacation cabin rental
2 Bedroom 2 Bath A Frame Cabin. Both bedrooms have a 32 inch flat screen TV with DVD and Cable. Queen size beds,dressers, night stands, attached furnished bathrooms. Fully furnished kitchen, washer and dryer. Living room also has a fireplace, 32 inch flat screen TV with DVD and cable, hide-a-bed couch and more. A loft with a pool table and balcony. Also a hot tub on the main level balcony, with a wrapped around and covered deck! You will have full access to the swimming pool, lake and lighted walking trails!

Perfect luxurious Lake & Mountain get-away, If you want quality lodging, comfort and ultra cleanliness please try us, you will not be disappointed ! Spend the day swimming in the community swimming pool, or if you prefer fish or boating on the beautiful Douglas Lake, or just take a quiet stroll down one of our walking trails, watch the wildlife and breathe in the peace and tranquility of our natural surroundings. Spend your evenings dining outside and relaxing in the private hot tub!

ESCAPE the traffic and crowds !! We are just a short drive from all the Tennessee-Great Smoky Mountain attractions, Dollywood, Cades Cove, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Wears Valley, and Townsend-'The Peaceful side of the Smokies'.

Information for guest about Douglas Lake.

Set against the backdrop of the foothills of the Smoky Mountain, Douglas Lake is a popular recreation for all types of vacationers. The dam that controls the reservoir was built in 1942, stretches 202 feet high and 1,705 feet across the French Broad River. Douglas Lake provides 513 miles of shoreline and 28,420 acres of water surface for recreation activities. In a year with normal rainfall, the water level in Douglas Reservoir varies about 44 feet from summer to winter. Although most of the shoreline along the 43 mile-long lake is private. Amenities include restrooms with showers, picnic areas with tables, a boat ramp and a swimming beach.

Birdwatching: From late July to early October, birdwatchers will witness the fall migration of shore birds, wading birds, and other waterfowl that flock to Douglas Lake. The birds rest and feed on the muddy shoreline and in areas of shallow water exposed as the level of the reservoir is lowered to winter flood control levels.

Fishing: Nourished by three rivers, Douglas Lake has become the premier crappie lake in East Tennessee. Other good fishing includes: white bass, sauger, black crappie, striped bass, spotted bass, walleye, blue cat, flat head catfish, channel catfish, red horse, red breast sunfish and bluegill. Fishing is a year round sport at Douglas although spring and fall are the preferred seasons. From November to May, the wide shallow embayment, fertile creek hollows and stump beds, attract the crappie in huge numbers during the spring spawning season making crappie fishing excellent! Spring is the best time for bass fishing but you'll find there's good stock year-round.

Trails: If you want to add a hiking adventure to your time at the lake, the trailhead to the Trotter Bluff Small Wild Area is adjacent to the Douglas Dam Headwater Campground. Hike the almost 2 miles of trail that winds through 30 acres of hardwood forest and limestone sinkholes to an overlook of the lake's tailwaters. Springtime hikes are enhanced with colorful wildflowers and the landscape.The Dandridge Partnership Trail is a 1.2 mile out-and back that winds through wooded terrain

Douglas Lake is a seasonal lake regulated by the TVA. There will always be water in the main channel however, during certain times of the year there will not be a lot of water at our shoreline. The TVA starts to fill the lake over Memorial Day and it is usually full by the end of May.. The TVA then starts to empty the lake after Labor Day and by the end of September, there is not a lot of water at our shoreline but there is still water in the main channel and you can drop your boat at one of the marinas on the main channel.

Susan Galloway

Area Info
Guests will have full access to the community swimming pool and the LAKE
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