You have so much to do.

The cabin sits on the famed Beech Creek/Chimney Rock Loop trail.  There are numerous hikes right from your front door. The Tallulah River which runs close to the cabin is stocked with rainbow and brown trout from March to Labor Day.   You can literally fish from the road if you want.

Just across the gravel road from the Cabin is your very own river-side firepit.  Gather around to roast marshmallows or make s’mores. Take dip in the old fashion swimming hole. Or simply enjoy nature’s sights and sounds as well as each others company while basking in the glow of the fire.

Maybe you or someone in your family or group wants to “go to town?”
Only 40 minutes away is the quaint town of Clayton, Georgia. You’ll find old timey hardware stores, a variety of local artist galleries and down home restaurants with everything from Bar-b-q to gourmet dishes.

Further up the road is the Bavarian town of Helen, Georgia.  Folks come from far and wide to visit this unique German village. All that you would expect from a tourist town is here – putt-putt golf, go-carts, hard-to-resist candy stores, lots of shops and even gold-panning.

If you want a little more culture and activity then you’ll want to visit the growing artist communities of Sylva and Dillsboro, North Carolina. Just over an hour’s drive from the cabin, you can browse a variety of galleries, enjoy a leisurely lunch and even board the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad for a scenic ride that skirts the southern edge of the Smokies.

If antiquing & flea markets are your “thing” then the corridor from Clayton, GA to Franklin, NC cannot be beat.
There are plenty of places to stop and shop.  Just make sure to pull up to the Creamery for the absolutely best homemade ice cream — fresh from the diary farm.

Go Four-wheeling or whitewater rafting.
We have “toys” you can rent while you’re here.  Book our Toyota Land Cruiser so you can explore the back country roads at your leisure or use it to find your favorite fishing spot. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous and want to head down one of the rivers close by then rent our whitewater raft.

Saddle up for Horseback Riding.
For those of you who like to explore the mountains from the back of a horse, stables offering trail rides are just 45 minutes away.

Rather not decide now?
You’ll find in the cabin right on the coffee table, a large binder full of ideas for adventure, hiking and all around fun.