Frequently Asked Questions

A keypad is available 24 hours a day to provide entry for guests.

For properties fitted with a gas or electric fireplace, they can be used at any time. For properties fitted with wood-burning fireplaces, those can be used when a burn ban is not active in the county.

Yes, to fish in the State of Tennessee a fishing license is required.

All trash is to be put in the respective trash bins prior to departure.

While you do not need a 4 wheel drive vehicle to reach our properties under normal weather conditions, some properties are located in very hilly and remote areas that can be severely impacted by winter weather.

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Yes, we decorate for Christmas starting in November and decorations come down after the New Year.

Snow in East Tennessee can be a beautiful sight to see, but it can also create treacherous road conditions, especially in the mountainous areas our cabins are located in. We will contact you in the event of extreme winter weather.

  • Adult, well-mannered dogs only. Your pet must be at least one year old and housebroken.
  • We require all dogs to be on a flea and tick control program.
  • Pets must be groomed just prior to your trip to minimize shedding. If you leave the cabin with excessive amounts of dog fur on floors, bedding and furniture, you will be charged for the cost of additional cleaning.
  • You agree to cover furniture and beds to protect them.
  • Dogs are not allowed in jacuzzi tubs or hot tubs.
  • Pets must be on a leash and not allowed to run loose.
  • Dogs may not be tied up outside or left alone on a deck.
  • You cannot lock your pet in a bathroom or bedroom while you’re away. Guests must agree to bring a crate or dog playpen.
  • You agree to pick up after your pet and dispose of waste properly.
  • Pets may not disturb the peace of the neighborhood. If your dog barks while you’re away, he is not happy. And neither will be the neighbors.
  • Pet damage must be reported DURING your stay so we can plan repairs.
  • If your pet causes damage, you agree to pay for repairs. Pet damage is NOT covered by the damage protection waiver.