Sherwood Forest Cabin Rentals

Sherwood Forest Resort offers luxury cabin rentals in Pigeon Forge, TN with cabins ranging from 1-6 bedrooms. These luxury cabins feature gamerooms, kitchens, hot tubs, incredible views of the Great Smoky Mountains, and more!

If you’re looking for cabin rentals in Pigeon Forge that are close to the parkway yet far enough away to enjoy some peace and quiet, then be sure to check out Sherwood Forest Cabin Rentals in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. With so many cabin rental companies to choose from that claim to be “minutes” from downtown, Sherwood Forest Cabins is one of the few that really is close to the action. The mountain resort is located a short distance off the Parkway near stoplight #10 just before the “spur” leading to Gatlinburg TN. Their cabins range from 1 bedroom to 6 and can accommodate anyone from a romantic getaway cabin for two all the way up to cabin rentals for family reunions.

Sherwood Forest Cabin Rentals in Pigeon Forge TNSherwood Forest offers an assortment of Pigeon Forge cabin rentals with exceptional mountain views. These Pigeon Forge cabins are also located near Gatlinburg, TN and the Great Smoky Mountains. Many of these luxury log cabins come equipped with king size bed, pool table, hot tub, indoor whirlpool, fireplace in bedroom, fully equipped kitchen, washer and dryer, and more!

Sherwood Forest Cabin Rentals in Pigeon Forge TNThe gamerooms in some of these cabins will easily entertain you and your family during your vacation, which can save you lots of money that you’d spend elsewhere! Some of the cabins have pool tables and foosball (table soccer) tables! This is the perfect idea if you plan on bringing children (especially teens) on your vacation. HIGHLY recommended!

Sherwood Forest Cabin Rentals in Pigeon Forge TNSit back and enjoy the peaceful glow of the fireplace in your personal cabin as the mountain views surround you right off the porch. If you’re needing a break from the craziness in your life, then Sherwood Forest Rentals has the peaceful escape you’re longing for. Your relaxing Smoky Mountain vacation begins right here.

Sherwood Forest Cabin Rentals in Pigeon Forge TNThe views from some of Sherwood Forest’s cabins in Pigeon Forge are simply breathtaking. Imagine sitting on your porch in the cabin pictured to the right, sipping your morning cup of coffee high above the fog of the Great Smoky Mountains. Simply amazing! Definitely look into Sherwood Forest Resort cabin rentals for your next vacation to Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, or the surrounding Great Smoky Mountains.

Sherwood Forest Resort in Pigeon Forge Contact Info:

Tell them Inside Pigeon Forge sent you!
Sherwood Forest Resort website:

Cheap Hotel Rates on Signs are Honored

Hotels and motels in Pigeon Forge, TN are now required to honor the cheap rates on hotel rooms that are advertised on their signs to all visitors.

Have you ever seen cheap rates on hotel rooms in Pigeon Forge, TN posted on signs in front of the hotels and proceeded to try and book a room only to discover they don’t have any rooms available at that price? No hotel owners will admit to it, but this was a “bait & switch” tactic used for years to lure visitors in and then offer more expensive rooms. Sure, they may have rooms at that price (sometimes only one room), but it was often extremely difficult to find a room at the price advertised on the sign. Needless to say, this frustrated numerous visitors and was the core of a lot of complaints the city receives every year from visitors to Pigeon Forge. Fortunately, the city listens…and takes action.

As of Monday, November 26, 2007 an ordinance was passed that requires hotels & motels in Pigeon Forge, TN to have a room available at the rate that is advertised on the sign. If they fail to offer a room at the advertised price, then the hotel will be issued a $50 fine for each infraction.

What does this mean for you? This is a great piece of information to take with you during your next visit. You can confidently walk into any hotel ready to negotiate, because a $50 fine will often not be worth the hotel’s time of turning you away or trying to talk you into a more expensive room. If you mention calling the city about their deceptive practice and the $50 fine, their tune should change. If they fail to offer you the advertised rate, call the department of tourism at 1-800-251-9100 or locally in Pigeon Forge at (865) 453-8574.

We want you to have the best possible vacation in Pigeon Forge, TN and will continue to share all insider tips that will give you the knowledge needed to enjoy your getaway! Be sure to sign up with our email newsletter using the form to the right and we’ll keep you informed on the latest tips, discounts, and reviews about Pigeon Forge. Also, be sure to check out Inside Gatlinburg, TN for tips on visiting Gatlinburg.

Pigeon Forge Lodging Tips

A list of tips for hotels, campground, RV Parks, chalets, and cabin rentals in Pigeon Forge, TN. Find the best places to stay in Pigeon Forge and how to get the best deals.

The Inside Pigeon Forge Getaway Giveaway contest provided a load of amazing tips for visiting Pigeon Forge. A large chunk was specifically Pigeon Forge Lodging Tips with all sorts of information about cabin rentals, chalets, campgrounds, hotels, RV parks, etc. The tips included the best places to stay, how to save money, the best spots to ask for at campgrounds, and more. The best Pigeon Forge lodging tips have been compiled below into one list with the authors’ forum names below each of their comments. If you plan on staying in Pigeon Forge, TN then you’ll want to read through these tips! If you plan on staying at a campground, be sure to check out our article with a list and tips for campgrounds in Pigeon Forge.

“We love to stay at the Hemlock Hills Cabins! They are absolutely luxurious and comfortable at the same time!”

“When visiting Pigeon Forge and traveling via the RV lifestyle one of the best campgrounds to visit is the RiverEdge Campground . It close enough to everything and far enough out that you do not feel crowded and as anyone knows that has an RV you cannot go wrong in a crowd of other campers.”

“There are lots of places to stay at great prices for the family, but for us big groups, we like to stay in the chalets. We stay at several chalets that are together and each troop has their own. That way we can cook some meals in and eat some meals out. They also enjoy the pool table, hot tub, and other things in the chalets.”

“If you are traveling to Pigeon Forge in a camper then I have a tip for you! We stayed at Creekside RV Park last year and we really liked it. Their website is

The sites are kind of tight and may not be easy to get into. Other than that we liked the park. There are some sites on Walden Creek which runs behind the campground. There is a small playset for the children and also a basketball goal. There is a grassy area next to the creek where you can walk.

The trolley also picks up in this campground — directly from your site. You will have to transfer to another trolley at the main station but at least it gets you there.

This campground is not on the main strip so it is much quieter. Also, not far from the campground (about 18 miles) are some beautiful caverns that we visited. You use the same road that the campground is on to get there, IIRC. Here is the website:

When taking a large group – rent a cabin instead of getting several motel rooms. I am a youth leader at my church, and at least once a year we take our youth (teenagers) to a religious convention in Gatlinburg, but we stay in Pigeon Forge. We have found that it is a much better idea to rent one cabin for 20 people rather than rent 5 motel rooms (cheaper too). The view from the cabins is awesome, and people are not one on top of the other. There are a lot of little spots were you can walk to and reflect on the world around you. Instead of going out for all our meals we have a big kitchen, and a grill, instead of spending a lot of time wondering around trying to entertain everyone, we get a cabin with a game room, hot tub, and tv/vcr/dvd players. This allows the youth to have their own space, but we don’t have to worry as much about where they are at. We rent the cabin from Hidden Mountain Resorts, we have stayed in two different ones and both were very nice, and the staff was wonderful.”

We rent the largest mountain cabin and everyone splits the cost; we usually spend $15 per night…that’s a great deal! Besides, this is the best way to spend quality time with family and friends that you haven’t seen in a while. Saving on accommodation expenses lets you enjoy all the attractions and events that Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg has to offer.”

We especially enjoyed National Parks Resort Lodge, Schular Inn, and Smokey Shadows in Pigeon Forge. In Gatlinburg we like to stay at Midtown Lodge. It’s right on the strip. We also stayed at Gatlinburg Inn, which is nice if you don’t have children. They are pretty picky about things…they wont let you bring in any food from the outside. So, no pizza or leftovers please. But it is a beautiful and very well maintained Inn. And the women that run it are wonderful. We faithfully used to stay at Ledwell Motel at stop light #8 in Gatlinburg but it has been bought out by Sidney James. We have not been back but I am sure it is just as nice as before. We just took that opportunity to try some new places. We were very fond of the owners of The Ledwell and the way it was maintained. I guess were afraid it won’t be the same…crazy I know. Any of the cabin rentals are a good bet. They are all so nice. We rented from Cove Mountain. There cabins are located anywhere from 10-20 minutes from Pigeon Forge. They are really nice and they don’t charge you all of the crazy fees that most of them do.”

We have stayed at Riverside Motor Lodge during these visits and have loved it there. The rooms are very clean and the service is great. Most of the rooms have a jacuzzi in the room and a fireplace, and the decor is not just the run of the mill motel drab. It is “homey” and very nice. It is located right in the middle of Parkway and is within walking distance of just about everything. The prices are very reasonable and even a lot less than some of the local places, even though they offer so much. There is a swimming pool also. Be sure to stay there if you go to Pigeon Forge. You will not be sorry.”

“We very seldom book our hotel room in advance . My tip would be to go there when there are no major events going on, and you’d be sure to find reasonably priced accommodation.”

We have stayed at the Mountain Breeze Motel during most of our trips. It’s clean and the rates are reasonable, and it’s nice sitting on the balcony at night watching all the traffic go by. You can get some great deals online, and from coupon books, some even give you free nights if you stay so many days.”

“We make a reservation at one of the beautiful cabins, my favorite was the cabins at Mountain Top. Beautiful views and close to everything.”

If you have other tips for places to stay in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee then please share them in the comment section below! Also, be sure to check out the top 10 Gatlinburg hotels list.