Although I’ve lived all over the southeast, I’ve spent the last 25 years living in and around the Orlando area. When I was a kid, my grandparents had a summer home in Lake Toxaway, NC that we used to visit every year. That is where I fell in love with the mountains. I’ve always been the outdoor adventure type and that, coupled with my experiences as a youngster, has made owning a cabin in the mountains a lifelong dream. Though I’ve never actually lived there, when I drive up to the Smokys, it feels like I'm coming home.
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Viking Mountain Lodge is an old, 2200 square foot log cabin located inside the Cherokee National Forest near the Appalachian Trail. The cabin sits high up in the Smoky Mountains about halfway between the quaint mountain town of Hot Springs, North Carolina and the historic town of Greeneville, Tennessee. The two story structure…
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Left on Aug 25, 2014 for a stay in August 2014
The cabin was awesome, it had everything we needed and was very clean. The location was nice and peacefully with the sound of the creek and was very nice flat screen TV. The only downside was there was no cell service which is kind of expected when your in the mountains. The owner put a lot of work into the welcome book that maps out all the local attractions and shows you how far away from the … See more