Cabins On The Ocoee River In Tennessee

Go whitewater rafting on the Ocoee River in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains.

The Ocoee River, in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains in southeast Tennessee, is known for world-class whitewater rafting on Class III or IV rapids. As the most popular whitewater river in the U.S., more than 300,000 people rafted down the Ocoee in 2009. On the border of the Cherokee National Forest, the area also features hiking and biking. Visitors who come to this area to enjoy these activities find cabins that offer comfortable accommodations.

Welcome Valley Village

Welcome Valley Village is located less than an hour’s drive from Chattanooga, Tennessee, and just two miles outside of the Cherokee National Forest near the whitewater outfitters on the Ocoee River. Spend your day on the Ocoee rafting, tubing or fishing, or opt to go horseback or mountain bike riding and hiking in the the National Forest. After an activity-filled day in the clear mountain air, you will enjoy coming “home” to one of Welcome Valley Village’s five log cabins. Placed on their 17-acre property to utilize the breathtaking views of river, creek or woods, the cabins feature large porches, fireplaces and whirlpool baths. Firewood is provided in winter months. All the cabins are completely equipped with full kitchens, TVs with DVD players, grills, linens, towels, central heat and air conditioning; guests have to bring only one item: themselves. Cabins can sleep a couple comfortably, or a large family of eight to nine people can stay.

Welcome Valley Village

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867 Welcome Valley Rd.

Benton, TN 37307



Adventures Unlimited Resort

Adventures Unlimited Resort bills itself as a “full-service” establishment that offers not only world-class guided whitewater rafting on the Ocoee River but also first-class cabin lodging as well. Their larger cabins feature three bedrooms, a bathroom, den, fully equipped kitchen, breakfast room and central heat and air. Everything is supplied: bed and bath linens, cooking utensils, pots and pans, bathroom, den, fully equipped kitchen and a breakfast room. Or, opt to stay in their one-bedroom bungalow that accommodates up to four people. After a thrilling day on the water, you can relax in a rocking chair on your cabin’s wide front porch and enjoy the clear mountain air and picturesque views. Although these cabins offer all the comforts of a fine hotel room, visitors will find no TVs or telephones, so they can truly “get away from it all.” Pets are not allowed in the cabins. Adventures Unlimited Resort also offers a campground and RV park.

Adventures Unlimited Resort

522 Highway 64

Ocoee, TN 37361


Horn’s Creek Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC) Resort

Large groups will find Horn’s Creek Resort the perfect mountain getaway in Ocoee, Tennessee. The Resort covers 300 acres next to the Cherokee National Forest and bills itself as a “non-denominational organization” that specializes in large groups. Activities at the resort include the typical whitewater rafting and tubing on the Ocoee with their affiliate, the Nantahala Outdoor Center. Horn’s Creek Resort offers a multitude of activities right on the property that include a water park with a 193-foot water slide, a wave pool and a lazy river. Additionally, Horn’s Creek offers a ropes and a paintball course. Horn’s Creek’s nine cabins are large and can accommodate from 14 to 48 people. In addition, the Resort offers a bunkhouse complex with three bunkhouses that can sleep from 20 to 52 visitors. The dining hall can seat almost 500 people with chef-prepared cuisine, or the kitchen will pack lunches for you to take on your Ocoee River adventures. In addition, the resort offers three large pavilions for social activities or family gatherings.

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Horn’s Creek Nantahala Outdoor Center

186 Hawkins Dr.

Ocoee, TN 37361