Nature lovers never forget the tiny details of their nature retreat. The smell of the soil, the texture of leaves, and gradients of green leave everlasting imprints.

If you are looking for a nature retreat in America, consider checking out the Tennessee mountains and Wears Valley. Most people don’t think about the mountains when they hear Tenessee. The schematic thought initially goes to major cities like Memphis, Nashville, and Maxwell. However, once you experience the beauty which Tennesee has to offer, you will keep falling back to it.

If you have decided to ditch the common and branch out for a different vacation experience, Wears Valley won’t disappoint. And if you still aren’t sure about the place, here are a few ways to make the best out of your stay in Wears Valley, TN.

Rent a Cabin

The first thing you should think about when coming to Wears Valley is where you will stay. It would be incredible to experience living in the heart of the Sevier country.  The Wears Valley Cabins it is a great choice for visitors and tourists. The cabins give you an authentic experience of what it is like to be living in the great outdoors. Though you may expect a primary run-down place, you might be surprised to witness luxurious cabins meant to give you the relaxation you need. Most of the tiny homes come with amenities that everyone would prefer; some even have personal swimming pools!

Go for a hike

It would be great if you and your loved ones could spend some time outdoors appreciating nature. After all, that’s what the entire trip must encompass! From Wears Valley you can embark on two lovely hiking trails: Metcalf Bottoms and Laurel Falls. These are quite accessible, which makes them great for easygoing group hikes.

If you feel like exploring more, consider getting up slightly earlier and hiking in the Smokey Mountain National Park. The reserve is a great way to experience nature’s fullness and take in the smokey mountain vibe which this place is all about.

Being so close to the trees, breathing clean/ fresh air, and remaining active with your loved ones will most certainly give you a newfound appreciation for nature. Most people return to Wears Valley time and time again because they enjoyed the experience of hiking in the national park so much!

Check out the Moonshine Distillery

How can you visit Tennesee without trying some good ol’ American Moonshine! Consider taking a trip down to the local distillery to see how the liquor gets manufactured. You may learn a thing or two about the history of Moonshine in the region.

One of the best things about a trip is that you can sample the liquor and tell them what you think! It may be a good idea to leave the kids back at the cabin for this one. Try not to ignore the fact that alcohol sampling has to be an adult-only event. Just make sure you don’t ‘sample’ too much of the liquor because it is known to be highly potent.

Check out Headrick Chapel

Local legend has Is that a lightning bolt hit a tree where the chapel now stands. The chapel is said to be one of the historical sites in the area. Therefore, a bit of sightseeing wouldn’t hurt anyone, especially not the kids. Surely they would love to learn a thing or two about the lightning bolt chapel created in the early 20th century.

The chapel, which is now over 120 years old, has a tremendous character and can be highly refreshing. Whether you are religious or not, check out the chapel simply for its historical significance and local culture.

Go swimming and river tubing

If you happen to visit in the warmer months, it would be a great idea to relax and cool off in the river. There are many river tubing hotspots in Wears Valley.  The tubes  you everything you need to experience the river and maintain a certain level of safety. Sit back, relax, and take in the beauty of the place.

This activity is considerably more appealing if you are with friends or family. You might want to consider something else in case of traveling alone because you might get bored floating around on your own.

On your way out, make sure you stop by the music barn to experience what Tennessee is famous for, country and the blues! There’s no better way to embrace culture than taking time out and living their arts. Ziplining is also a popular activity in the area.

These are just  some of the things you can consider to make the best out of your trip to Wears Valley. If you feel we left something out, be sure to leave a thought in the comments section below.




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