Count your lucky stars with a stay at Moonlight Lodge, an eight bedroom cabin with room for 40 adults to sleep comfortably. No corners where cut to bring you the best of the best in luxury cabin experience; vaulted ceilings, leather and hand-carved log furniture throughout not to mention the spectacular view from the decks that capt
ures the Smoky Mountains and delivers it directly to your backyard. This two-level rental has all the necessities you’ll need for preparing meals in the kitchen, featuring dual stainless steel appliances and two large bench seating tables able to sit 10 people each.
Equipped with 5 bedrooms with king sized beds and queen sized futons, 4 queen sized sets of bunk beds and 2 queen sized sofa pull-outs, there is room for everyone to be able to get together under one roof. Set up tournaments playing pool or foosball, bring along your favorite DVD’s to play for everyone or spend quality time chatting around the stone fireplace. Keep up with the laundry with the in unit washer and dryers. So when you need a break from the work grind, come to Moonlight lodge for a relaxing vacation!
Staying for a family reunion or other group event? With your stay within Black Bear Ridge Resort you can stay near all the activities but have your own space to escape to at "Second Nature" - a spacious 3 bedroom right next door that offers close proximity along with privacy.
The bustling cities of Pigeon Forge and Sevierville are just a short drive from Moonlight Lodge were you can find a plethora of shopping, dining and entertainment. Make a stop at WonderWorks, an indoor amusement park with over 100 interactive exhibits, next door head up to the clouds with a unique sightseeing balloon ride at Wonders of Flight. Catch the high energy show at Country Tonite, the best show in the Smokies! The Island of Pigeon Forge offers dining, shopping and entertainment for all ages; watch the fountain show at night, choreographed to music with a lightshow!
Venture down the Parkway to see all the charm Gatlinburg has to offer! Journey along the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community, an 8-mile loop featuring over 100 shops and restaurants of handcrafted history and culture. Meander along downtown to Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies to visit penguins and be amazed in the underwater tunnel stocked with sharks and sea creatures. Sugarlands Distilling Company offers free moonshine tastings and tours of the distillery right on the Parkway. Play a game of mini-golf at one of the many mini-golf courses in the area or play a full game at Gatlinburg Golf Course.
Pack up a lunch and head to "the peaceful side of the Smokies" and find the quaint town of Townsend to visit the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center. Have your lunch at Metcalf Bottoms picnic area before setting out on one of the hiking trails that are easily accessible from the picnic area or try trout fishing in one of the numerous cool water streams and rivers. Float down the Little Pigeon River with River Romp – Tubing in the Smokies or travel among the tree canopies with Adventure Park Ziplines for adventure ziplining or along the tree tops ropes course.