The season of Fall in the Smoky Mountains ranks at the top of every visitor's list when they are asked what their favorite time of the year in the Smokies is. The air is crisper; the sunsets are brighter, the mornings are cheerier, and the togetherness you feel with your family is stronger than any other time of year. Between the beautiful harvest festival decorations on display throughout the town, the glow of golden chrysanthemums and the ruby refractions from the change of the leaves; it seems like life just can't get any better. Can it? Well, we are here to tell you that it can! Enhance your fall getaway in the Smoky Mountains by staying at a one of our Gatlinburg cabins. Our Gatlinburg cabin rentals are "dressed to the nines" in the amenities department. The views you can see, not only in the national park but also from the decks of our cabins, are impeccable. Book your fall stay with Diamond Mountain Rentals and get up close and personal with the change of the leaves this fall. We have seven amazingly colorful views captured in and around Great Smoky Mountains National Park that are sure to knock you head over heels in love with all things fall in the Smokies.
The beauty is utterly bountiful within the area of Cades Cove. Cades Cove is roughly 30 miles outside of Gatlinburg and makes the perfect day trip! Here you can spend your day auto-touring along Cades Cove Loop Road, Hyatt Lane, and Sparks Lane. If you are an avid cyclist, Cades Cove Loop Road is open from Sunrise until 10:00 am to anyone with a bicycle. Riding along Cades Cove Loop Road on a bicycle gives you a closer look at fall in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You will see all manner of wildlife: white-tailed deer and their young, black bears hiding in the trees and in the fields, wild turkey grouped together searching for grain, and other little woodland creatures worthy of a photo shoot.
Clingmans Dome is unlike any other elevated view in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. There is an observation deck at the Clingmans Dome area that offers visitors of the Smokies a more up-close look at the mountains. The observation deck is the highest point of Great Smoky Mountain National Park: tall and proud at 6,643 feet in the air! On clear days, visitors can see over a span of 100 miles.
You never know what beauty you will find as you wander through these wonderful woods! Imagine walking along a trail and spotting a view like this. These special moments show the story of the mountains; a testament to why the history runs so deep here.
The many balds of Great Smoky Mountains National Park are mesmerizing. The climates are different, the sunlight is different and you never quite know what to expect in these areas. You will find rare plants and bursts of rainbowed color only visible from these altitudes.
Sparks Lane is a lovely portion of the Cades Cove area. This long stretch of country road is traveled by millions each year. The wildlife is quite active here, and the surrounding fields are expansive, giving you the feeling of floating in a sea of grain.
Sunsets in the Smoky Mountains are as romantic as they come. Though, a fall sunset from a high vantage point is unparalleled during the fall!
The bridge in Upper Tremont near the Middle Prong is a beautiful sight any time of the year. Pair the beauty of the area with the change of the leaves to create a page out of a storybook!
Book your upcoming stay in the wonderful Smoky Mountains with Diamond Mountain Rentals and be close to all of the wonderment!« Previous Next »