Private By Owner Cabins –

Smoky Mountain Golden Cabins is a privately owned and operated cabin company. That means that we only rent cabins that we actually own and we do not rent other peoples cabins. We feel this is the best of both worlds. We have complete control over the location, setting, maintinence of our cabin and this allows us to provide you with the best possible service!  Read more…


Secluded Luxury and Amazing Views

Donn and Margaret, the owners, have got to be the nicest and most accommodating people I have ever had the pleasure of working with. Since the weather was bad during our visit, Donn called the day we were due to arrive, to ensure that we new what the weather would be like and that we had what we needed to get to the cabin and enjoy our visit. They had the driveway salted just before our arrival which made the commute up and down the mountain a total breeze. This cabin is absolutely breathtaking!! It starts with a beautiful drive up a very well maintained paved road to a private driveway, which is also paved and well maintained. Entering the cabin, immediately takes you to another, more peaceful place. The views are second to none no matter which angle you take from the 360 degree porch. Golden View Lodge is filled with all the comforts of a luxurious home. The mountain themed furnishings are modern and comfortable, providing total serenity. It is perfect for family gatherings, reunions of any type, or a romantic getaway for 2. We stayed for 4 nights and did not want to leave. In fact, many of the activities we had planned, were passed up for more time in the cabin. The pool table, hot tub and second kitchen on the lower level were a big hit during our stay. The cabin’s kitchen is extremely well stocked, which actually encouraged me to cook so that I could use some of the kitchen tools that were unfamiliar to me. The cabin is located in a central, but secluded location which makes it easy to get to and from area attractions. This cabin is 100% as advertised and you won’t be disappointed. We have already planned to return next year!

J. Moody, Charleston Sc.

Things to do!

The Smoky Mountains are full of fun things to do when visiting the region! No matter your desire, the Smoky Mountains have something for every person to enjoy! Your can go tubing down a lazy river on a hot afternoon or spend your afternoon fly fishing a crisp clear mountain stream! Relax trying your hand a round of golf on one of our many local links or take the family hiking one of our many trails in the national park! Start here to find something to fullfill your expectations of a wonderful Smoky Mountain Adventure!

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March Events / “A Mountain Quiltfest”

March kicks off the start of spring and with it a whole host of annual events and festivals! The annual Quiltfest is an award winning event featuring a quilt show, vender mall and classes on […]

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Fishing Shops / Local Knowledge

Little River Outfitters / Townsend, Tn
106 Town Square Dr, Townsend, TN 37882
(865) 448-9459

GSM Outfitters / Wears Valley, Tn
3275 Wears Valley Rd Wears Valley, TN
(865) 366-2608

Bass Pro Shops / Kodak, Tn
3629 Outdoor Sportsman Pl, Kodak, TN […]

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Charter Fishing Guides

Smokies Angling Adventures
Captain Dave Berry!
3520 Dockery Dr.
Mascot, TN 37806
1-865-933-3140 or 1-865-661-5107

Nathan Mountain Fishing
Captain Nathan Mountain!
FLW Outdoors Tournament Angler!
957 Hoppers Bluff Rd
Rutledge, TN 37961

East Tennessee Guide Service
Captain Joel Wheelon & Larry Porter!
1-865-981-5990 or 1-423-921-3953

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Fly Fishing / Smoky Mountains National Park

"Fly fishing for Trout and Game Fish" after hiking and sight-seeing is the next most popular activity! Many of the parks streams and rivers are located near the roadway or a hiking trail making it possible to combine a hike with a little fishing! The park has long had a reputation for a healthy trout population!
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Hiking Trails / National Park

There are 850 miles of trails that include 70 miles of the Appalachian Trail! There are trails that are fairly easy that lead to waterfalls or historical area's as well as trails that are more difficult that lead to ridges and peaks that offer excellent sight seeing opportunities!
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