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Vacation rentals in Maggie Valley

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Cabin in Maggie Valley
Dog Friendly*Fireplace & Hot Tub*Twin Creek Refuge
Welcome to Twin Creeks' Refuge an authentic log cabin. Enjoy the peacefulness and tranquility of this mountain retreat. Soak in the luxurious hot tub to soothe your tired muscles after a day of hiking and exploring. Sit by the outdoor firepit to roast smores and enjoy the warmth of the fire. Sit on the back porch rocking yourself to sleep while listening to the soothing sounds of the babbling brook below you. Cuddle up indoors by the wood burning fireplace and listen to the logs crackling.
$182 per night
Guesthouse in Maggie Valley
Starswept Studio- Walk to Brewery, No cleaning fee
Breathe in the mountain air from the balcony of this studio apartment over the detached garage in a quiet, private neighborhood. Whether an adventure enthusiast or one who simply seeks a restful retreat this cozy hideaway fills the bill. Eight minutes to the entrance of the Blue ridge parkway and ten minutes from Soco Falls, the area abounds with hiking trails, waterfalls, long range views and wildlife viewing. The large studio apartment is designed for function and comfort. No Pets Allowed.
$99 per night
Cabin in Maggie Valley
Timber Cabin with Hot Tub and Outdoor Space
Gorgeous timber cabin loaded with modern amenities! You will feel like you're tucked in a hidden valley next to a beautiful flowing creek. Yet you are an easy stroll to the heart of Maggie Valley restaurants and shops. This is no "rustic" drafty cabin. The cabin is newly constructed from all US sourced Eastern White Pine and Douglas Fir from sustainably managed and renewed forests. It is well-insulated for your comfort, peace, and quiet.
$199 per night

Stay near Maggie Valley's top sights

Photo of Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum
Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum92 locals recommend
Photo of Maggie Valley Festival Grounds
Maggie Valley Festival Grounds17 locals recommend
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Joey's Pancake House83 locals recommend
Photo of Butts On The Creek BBQ
Butts On The Creek BBQ11 locals recommend
Photo of Country Vittles Family Style Restaurant
Country Vittles Family Style Restaurant15 locals recommend
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Maggie Valley Club30 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Maggie Valley

Loft in Maggie Valley
Studio in the Heart of the Valley
$125 per night
Cabin in Maggie Valley
Log Cabin Perfect Location Valley Views Hot tub
$145 per night
Chalet in Maggie Valley
Spectacular Mountain Views | Hot Tub | Asheville - 25 mins | Modern Chalet | 3Br/2ba - Sleeps 10
$223 per night
Private room in Maggie Valley
Holly Tree Bed & Breakfast - Maggie's Room
$86 per night
Cabin in Maggie Valley
Luxury! Valley Mtn Cabin-Views, Dogs & Live Creek
$175 per night
Home in Maggie Valley
Cabin/fire pit. Tree top Setting.biker friendly
$159 per night
Home in Maggie Valley
Valley View
$188 per night
Cottage in Maggie Valley
Secluded Cottage on the Farm
$118 per night
Townhouse in Maggie Valley
Cozy Creekside Retreat-Pet Friendly Great Location
$134 per night
Home in Maggie Valley
Incredible Views+Luxury Hot tub+Amazing Game Room!
$176 per night
Guesthouse in Lake Junaluska
Cozy Studio Apartment
$60 per night
Cabin in Bryson City
Honeymoon Heaven
$85 per night

Your guide to Maggie Valley

Welcome to Maggie Valley

Tucked into North Carolina’s Great Smoky Mountains, this laid-back resort town’s claims to fame are its highly desirable location, small-town charm, and frequent festivals, which include car and motorcycle rallies, live bluegrass shows, and clogging extravaganzas. Highlights in the old-timey downtown include Wheels Through Time, a fascinating rare car and motorcycle museum, along with plenty of craft shops, tasty restaurants, and moonshine distilleries.

The town is great, but it’s the out-of-town attractions of Southern Appalachia that draw travelers into using Maggie Valley as a base: Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the country’s most popular park, and the Blue Ridge Parkway scenic drive is a classic, particularly in the fall when the leaves are changing. In wintertime, visitors hit the powder-covered slopes at the nearby Cataloochee Ski Area and Tube World for some of the region’s best skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Maggie Valley?

Maggie Valley experiences four distinct seasons. The wintertime is pretty cold, and snow, sleet, and freezing rain sometimes make driving a challenge. Springtime brings bright green foliage and milder temperatures, but the region has been known to see snowfall as late as May, so you’ll still need to layer up. Summer days are warm (and therefore highly desirable for travelers), but the fall is the most popular season to stay in one of the area’s cabins, with Technicolor leaves, abundant fresh produce, and lots of festivals. Note that certain businesses and attractions close in colder months: For example, Wheels Through Time is only open from April to November, and Stompin’ Ground (an Appalachian-style Saturday night dance event) stretches from April to October.

What are the top things to do in Maggie Valley?

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Straddling the North Carolina-Tennessee border, these 520,976 acres of mountains and forestland are a national park, International Biosphere Reserve, and UNESCO World Heritage Site all in one. The Smokies are beloved for hikes and scenic drives through old-growth forests, thundering waterfalls, and peaks that soar to more than 6,000 feet. The Appalachian Trail passes through the park, which is home to more than 100,000 species of plant and animal, including black bears.


Early settlers to this region overhunted elk, and all were gone by the late 1700s. But in 2001, the National Park Service reintroduced the large creatures to what is now Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The most common time to spot them is around sunrise and sunset, and they often hang out just outside of Maggie Valley in Cataloochee Valley.

Cataloochee Ski Area

The first ski area in North Carolina is still one of the best. Its automatic snow-blowing system regularly blankets the mountain’s 18 trails in powder, and three chairlifts are in operation from November to March. The resort offers rentals, skiing and snowboarding instruction, and snow tubing runs.