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A Luxe Log Cabin W/ Modern Finishes & Mountain Views

    Start planning your Smoky Mountain vacation in this Maggie Valley, North Carolina 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath cabin that sleeps up to 6 guests. This beautiful and spacious log cabin is located in Maggie Valley, North Carolina with easy to access everything the North Carolina mountains have to offer. It’s only minutes to Cataloochee Ski Resort, Cherokee, Harrahs Casino, Smoky Mountains National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville, and everything else you could think of to fill your vacation with priceless memories. You can fill your vacation with a ski trip, fishing, kayaking, bike riding, hiking, rafting, horseback riding, and so much more. Kids ski for free with a parental lift ticket.

    Also, at this cabin you will be amazed at all nature has to offer here. Elk visit the vacation property daily to every other day. This cabin is close to all attractions in the surrounding counties. Guests have access to everything on the premises. Located in Maggie Valley, North Carolina, United States, this is a rural neighborhood. The Cherokee Casino, Blue Ridge Parkway, and many other attractions are nearby. Waterfalls and the Ski Resort are close by as well. Uber is available at this property. Parking is no problem at this cabin.

    At the Smoky Mountain National Park, you will find ridge upon ridge of forest that straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee. The park is world-renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America’s most visited national park. Hikers enjoy the Smoky Mountains during all months of the year with every season offering its special rewards. During winter, the absence of deciduous leaves opens new vistas along trails and reveals stone walls, chimneys, foundations, and other reminders of past residents. Spring provides a weekly parade of wildflowers and flowering trees. In summer, walkers can seek out cool retreats among the spruce-fir forests and balds or follow splashy mountain streams to roaring falls and cascades. Autumn hikers have crisp, dry air to sharpen their senses and a varied palette of fall colors to enjoy.

    The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a world-renowned preserve of wildflower diversity with over 1,500 kinds of flowering plants to be found in the park, more than in any other North American national park. From the earliest hepaticas and spring beauties in the late winter to the last asters in the late fall, blooming flowers can be found year-round in the park. There are a group of flowers known as spring ephemerals which begins the yearly show. Ephemerals are so named because they appear above ground only in late winter and early spring, then flower, fruit, and die back within a short two-month period. The flowers emerge from February through April and are gone (dormant) by May or June. This remarkable group of plants is adapted to the rhythm of the overstory trees. Ephemerals appear before the deciduous trees leaf out when full sunlight is streaming to the forest floor.

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