Can you believe that we are already halfway through February? And with temperatures in the sixties this week it is easy to believe that spring is right around the corner. Many of our frequent Elk Springs Resort guests staying in Gatlinburg Cabins say that this is their favorite season for so many reasons.
Although spring officially starts on March 21st you don’t have to wait until then to enjoy the festivities in Gatlinburg. These include the Music of the Mountain festival, Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament, Ribfest & Wings, Smoky Mountain SpringFest, the Wildflower┬áPilgrimage┬áand so much more! You can join the locals at one of these festivals or make your own itinerary.
Wondering what else you can do in Gatlinburg during the spring?
This is the perfect season for taking a nice, long hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Whether you are an avid hiker or like to take it easy, there is a trail that is perfect for your pace and skill level. Check with the park rangers to learn more about the different trails and don’t forget to read our own recommendations that you can find under the “Things To Do” tab on our homepage.
If you should happen to book a vacation during a rainy spring weekend, don’t worry, there is so much to do inside your own luxury cabin rental! You can bring movies to watch in the home theater, spend all weekend cooking up a storm in the full-sized kitchen (complete with all the cooking tools you could need,) lounge in the hot tub or challenge your kids to an intense game of billiards. Whoever wins has to wash the dishes! Yet even the rainiest of weekends usually has a few hours of sunshine that peek through the clouds, allowing you to get downtown and enjoy some of the sights.
So what are you waiting for?
If you are already counting down the days until spring break or you just need a few days away, contact us now to see which cabins are available for you. Whether you are bringing a party of three or thirteen there is an Elk Springs Resort luxury cabin rental that will put a smile on your face, even after you head back home.