Maggie Valley is known for an array of lodging options. From hotels and motels to inns, cabins, resorts and RV parks, anyone and everyone can find what they need when visiting our corner of the Smokies. Different groups have different goals and desires when traveling and often times, it’s helpful to know which lodging options tailor to specific needs. Whether you’re with the entire family or on a romantic getaway, Maggie Valley has you covered.
If the little ones are in tow, you’ll want some kid-friendly fun nearby. Jonathan Creek Inn and Villas offers an indoor four-season pool to be enjoyed year round, as well as a neighboring playground. After a long day of sight seeing or hiking, the adults can relax while the kiddos expend additional energy. Boyd Mountain Log Cabins and Christmas Tree Farm is also popular with children, especially during the months leading up to the holidays when Santa visits and hot chocolate is aplenty.
Many Maggie Valley visitors enjoy bringing furry family members along when traveling. Two lodging options well-known for their love of dogs and puppies are Twinbrook Resort and Smoky Falls Lodge. Other locations allow pets in some rooms but not others. Of course, if you’re in an RV or camper, you can host pets as long as you use safe handling practices when around other people. If you’re unsure about an accommodation, be sure to ask during the booking process.
Many couples visit Maggie Valley to relax and reconnect. It’s a special place, popular for both engagements and weddings. With quiet porches, horseback riding and spectacular views, Cataloochee Ranch is a favorite for couples. It’s a breathtaking locale to wine and dine the one you love. Another hot spot for a romantic getaway is Meadowlark Motel and Cabins, which is closer to the action and heart of Soco Road.
Getaway with friends
If you’re traveling with a group of friends, a cabin is a great choice. Maggie Mountain Vacations and Carolina Vacations both offer cabin options for any number of guests. Benefits to renting a cabin include yard or deck entertainment, as well as access to a kitchen, which allows the group to save money by cooking meals in-house. Cabins also provide that mountain retreat feel visitors seek when coming to Maggie Valley.
For the explorer
If your goals in Maggie Valley involve outdoor adventure and exploration, we’ve got accommodations for that as well. Creek n’ Woods offers privacy and helpful hosts who can give information and suggestions for area attractions. Deer Country Vacation Cabins offers similar amenities. Our many RV parks and campgrounds can accommodate those of you hauling your own lodging. Lastly, if you really want to rough it by camping in a tent, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway are both nearby.
These are just a few of the many lodging options in Maggie Valley. For a full list, visit the lodging page on the Maggie Valley Chamber of Commerce website. (https://maggievalley.org/maggie-valley-lodging/)