Lifestyle | Apr 21 | 2016 | No Comment

As I sat doing research and work for my company Cabin Connoisseur, I came to a huge realization regarding the cabin market throughout the United States. Cabin Connoisseur is the one of the first companies to solely list cabin rentals throughout the entire United States. While exploring cabins throughout, I acknowledged that North Georgia, Gatlinburg, & Pigeon Forge hold one highest populations
of cabins throughout the United States. This is a little known fact if you are not familiar with the southeast terrain and cabin market. That is when I came to the conclusion that these three tourists towns make up the Country of Cabins.

North Georgia is comprised of Blue Ridge, Ellijay, Helen, & Morgantown. All of these small towns hold their own characteristics and qualities. Blue Ridge is one of Georgia’s most iconic mountain towns. With a population of just under 2,000, Blue Ridge is one of the many cities that Atlanta natives can visit to get away from the fast paced life of the city. Ellijay is another very popular rural town in North Georgia. Located below Blue Ridge, the mountains and foothills are a step away. Ellijay is also vastly known for the Coosawattee river that flows thru most of the town and backyards of the beautiful cabins that it hosts. Mountain Oasis cabin rentals, Morning Breeze cabin rentals, and Above the Rest Luxury Cabins have extremely high quality cabins as well as customer service. Cabin Connoisseur highly recommends all of these Cabin rental companies. Helen is by far one of the coolest towns within the North Georgia area. Prior to becoming a tourist town, Helen was specifically known for its logging industry. Coordinating with the zoning back in the 60’s, the entire town is now embellished as a Bavarian Alpine town. The German styled buildings and structures were created to combat the declining logging industry within the town. Now, Helen is wildly known for its mountainous terrain and close proximity to the Chattahoochee river. Tubing and rafting in the shallow waters of the Chattahoochee are two ways that Helen tourists stay cool during the Summer. Moonshine tasting, mini golf, and state parks are a few of the local attractions that Helen has to offer.


October is the most popular month in Helen. Oktoberfest is an annual beer festival held in Helen that draws tourists in from all over the world. Cabins are also in abundance in this alpine themed town. Gatlinburg is a mountain resort city that lures tourists in from all over the country. It is by far one of the most well-known mountain towns in the southeast. Nestled within the Great Smoky Mountain Range, this beautiful town has mountain views from all angles. Pigeon Forge is another mountain town that is located just 5 miles North
of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Within minutes from Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge also encompasses many
of the same tourists activities such moonshine tastings, amusement rides, specialty shops, and local attractions. Timber Tops
Cabins, Aunt Bugs Cabin Rentals, and Colonial Cabin Rentals are three great cabin companies within the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area. These cabin companies have some of the most expansive and luxurious properties within this area.

There are hundreds of mountain towns that one can visit throughout the United States. Unlike the
Country of Cabins, these places will never truly grasps the individualism that each one of these places holds. Even though separated by small geographic regions,North Georgia, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg all provide similar hospitable interactions with all the tourists that visit. Smiles and helping hands are always abundant in the Country of Cabins. It’s funny to see the happiness of a human being when the all the distractions, people, and lights are left behind. You begin to really see the things that matter within your life. That is why we urge you to drop all that your doing and take a vacation to the Country of Cabins at your earliest convenience. It will be a trip that will 100% leave a positive impact on your life.

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