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4 Reasons to Stay at Our Vacation Cabins in Gatlinburg TN This Spring

Spring is the perfect time to take a getaway with the whole family in Gatlinburg, Tennessee! When the last winds of winter blow away, the Smokies come alive with sunny skies and beautiful blooms of all kinds. Amazing Views has put together four reasons you’ll love staying at our vacation cabins in Gatlinburg TN this spring:

1. The Weather is Great

The spring season offers some of the best weather in Gatlinburg. The temperature hits the sweet spot where it is warm but not super hot like the dog days of summer. This comfortable climate is ideal for outdoor activities like biking, horseback riding, ziplining, or just walking around. Here are the average monthly highs and lows for spring in Gatlinburg:

March: High of 61°F, Low of 34°F

April: High of 71°F, Low of 42°F

May: High of 79°F, Low of 50°F

June: High of 86°F, Low of 58°F

2. Hot Tubs on the DeckHot tub on the deck with mountain views at La Bella Vista cabin in Gatlinburg.

One of our favorite ways to take advantage of the warm spring weather is to enjoy a nice relaxing soak in the hot tub. There is nothing better than letting the bubbly jets massage your back as you take in breathtaking views of the mountains from your cabin’s deck. We also offer a great selection of vacation cabins in Gatlinburg TN with indoor and outdoor hot tubs, so you can take a soak even when it’s raining outside.

3. Incredible Spring Events

In addition to great weather, spring also brings a number of popular events to Gatlinburg. Here are some of the best things going on during the season:

The Great Smoky Easter Arts & Crafts Show: A great opportunity to pick up handcrafted gifts created by the artisans in the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community (Late March).

Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament: Both kids and adults will compete to see who can reel in the biggest trout in Gatlinburg (Early April).

Wine, Dine, and Art Crawl: Enjoy a variety of fine wines as you take a guided tour of the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community (Early April).

Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage: See and learn about the area’s stunning wildflowers with over 150 workshops, walks, and hikes (Late April).

Gatlinburg Beans and Cornbread Festival: Sample a delicious variety of beans and cornbread as local chefs compete for your vote (Mid May).

Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales: Talented musicians and storytellers line the streets of downtown Gatlinburg to provide free entertainment for all to enjoy (Mid June – July).

Shooting star wildflowers in Gatlinburg.4. Beautiful Wildflowers

When you stay at our cabins in Gatlinburg this spring, you’re guaranteed to see a plethora of stunning wildflowers. With over 1,500 types of flowering plants, it’s easy to see why the Smokies are sometimes called “Wildflower National Park”! Here is a quick look at what types of flowers you can expect to see during each month:

March: Spring-beauty, Jack-in-the-pulpit, Trout-lily, Bloodroot

April: Fringed Phacelia, Violets, Wild Geranium, Yellow Mandarin

May: Columbine, Painted Trillium, May-apple, Lady’s Slippers

June: Sundrops, Rattlesnake Hawkweed, Indian Pink, Speckled Wood Lily

To start planning your spring getaway, check out our complete selection of vacation cabins in Gatlinburg TN!