Come see our Bluegreen resorts in the Smokies.
The Smoky Mountains are calling
You’ll know when your great outdoors vacation is about to begin once you drive beneath the canopy of oak and pine trees down the winding country road to Bluegreen’s MountainLoft resort. That’s because this Smoky Mountains resort is located right next to Smoky Mountains National Park. From an elevation of 2200 feet, the clubhouse and vacation homes afford sweeping views of the mountainside making this an ideal spot for your next outdoor vacation.
There are many outdoor adventures waiting for you during your Smoky Mountains vacation at MountainLoft. Spend the day rafting, hiking or enjoying one of the many outdoor adventures available to you in the area. Or, simply grab a quick workout in the fitness center and soothe your aching muscles with an on-site massage. You can host your own hoedown in the clubhouse or in one of two gazebos available for private parties too. As for the kids, well with the kid’s club and game room, they’ll certainly stay busy. When you’re ready to sit back and relax at MountainLoft in the clean mountain air, be sure to indulge in any of four outdoor hot tubs, two heated pools or the sauna. Visit the concierge desk for reservations and tickets to all the local shows and attractions, and then explore the area by trolley.
If you’d rather row, Smoky Mountain Outdoors will set you up for whitewater rafting during your vacation at MountainLoft. The rivers and streams of the Smoky Mountains are teeming with trout and smallmouth bass. Bring your own equipment or hook up with Smokies Angling Adventures to gear up. Whatever you choose, the Smoky Mountains area is full of excitement, perfect for your next vacation in the great outdoors.
One- and two-bedroom villas and townhomes, plus two-bedroom chalets with a loft and huge 1,700-sq-ft three-bedroom townhomes offer the ultimate retreat after a day in the outdoors. The rich, earthy colors and traditional American furnishings within each villa, chalet or townhome accentuate the mountainous theme of your vacation. Catch a glimpse of deer or a black bear from your balcony or patio. Warm up after a day on the slopes in front of the fireplace or in your whirlpool tub. If you’d rather stay in for the evening, feel free to prepare a nice home-cooked meal in your full kitchen, then throw a load of laundry in the washer or dryer and enjoy many other amenities that’ll make you feel right at home.
Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited park in the country and is an outdoor wonderland with scenic views guaranteed to take your breath away during your vacation. Besides its awe-inspiring beauty, the park includes Clingman’s Dome with an expansive view of five states, and the soaring rocks of Chimney Tops.
The town of Pigeon Forge, which is near MountainLoft, is full of attractions—and you’ll certainly know you’re out of the woods when you step onto Dolly Parton’s 100-acre Dollywood® theme park. In the winter, Gatlinburg is a hardcore ski town; in the summer, a peaceful retreat. Here you’ll find local shops and unique goodies like homemade fudge and knickknacks made by a variety of artisans and craftspeople.
Amidst the lush scenery and outdoor adventure, the Smoky Mountains area actually hosts what could be the most miniature golf courses in the world. Swing into interactive, indoor golf at Treasure Quest Golf or putt-putt your way through “black light” golf at Old Gatlinburg Golf & Games.
Hike over 900 miles of scenic and sometimes challenging nature trails during your vacations to the Smokies. Stop at the Day Hiker shop in Gatlinburg for gear and some advice. Don’t be surprised if you see an American black bear—1,800 are roaming the park. Camping in the park is encouraged, but allowed by permit only. There are 10 developed campsites (with flush toilets), seven sites for group camping and unlimited backpacking.
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