Serendipity Cabin at Mt. Mitchell

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Description from the owner

  • Cabin
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 5

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 5

Type: Cabin

Serendipity Cabin at Mt. Mitchell

Break out of your normal vacation routine with Serendipity Cabin!

If you're tired of overpaying for cramped hotel rooms and paying exorbitant entertainment costs, change the focus of your vacations! North Carolina and the Blue Ridge Mountains offer a variety of free entertainment that will get your family's adrenaline pumping. When renting Serendipity, you'll have the great outdoors right on your doorstep. Pack the bicycles, throw the kayak or tubes on top of the car, and get ready for a vacation of outdoor adventure that the kids will be talking about for years!

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About the owner

Ken Rudominer

  • Response rate 95%
  • Response time A few hours
  • Calendar updated 2 days ago
  • Overall rating
    4.8 / 5.0 based on 19 reviews

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Serendipity Cabin at Mt. Mitchell
Burnsville, North Carolina

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Additional Location Information

Nestled below Mount Mitchell and connected
to trails that wind under dense hemlocks,
Serendipity is situated near the South Toe
River, under a large 300 year old Oak Tree


provides coolness and quietness in a remote setting. During the day,
visitors will find trails to explore.
Mount Mitchell Trail: Starting from the near by
campground, this steep arduous trail travels 5.7
miles and climbs 3,200 feet to Mount Mitchell’s
summit at 6,684 feet.
Lost Cove Ridge Trail: This very steep
3.3-mile trail climbs to the Green Knob Lookout
Tower beside the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Devil’s Den Trail: This 0.7-mile nature trail
begins near the restroom next to the amphitheater.
River Loop Trail: This 3.1-mile trail loops
across the Black Mountain Campground and
South Toe River’s two bridges.
Trails to Waterfalls: A beautiful cascading
waterfall awaits hikers on the 0.25-mile trail to
Setrock Creek Falls. Roaring Fork Falls is three
miles north on FR 472, near NC 80 junction.
Briar Bottom Bicycle Trail: This 1.2 miletrail
starts at the group campground gate. Tracing
the South Toe River, the trail crosses two locust
bridges and loops around the campground.

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Mountain nearby

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