Owl Creek Travel Tips
Owl Creek Vacation Rentals Provide Amazing Views of the Smoky Mountains
Owl Creek is located in the North Carolina Smoky Mountains and is rich with history. It was named by a family of Cherokee Indians called Uguku, meaning owl, who lived in the area. Some family members still live in the surrounding counties. The last Civil War battle was fought at the head of Owl Creek and Hanging Dog Creeks. You can stay in the middle of all this history by renting Smoky Mountain cabin rentals in Owl Creek on your next vacation.
Smoky Mountain Cabin Rentals are in Close Proximity to Several Attractions
The North Carolina Smoky Mountains are filled with fun and adventure, and Owl Creek cabins put you near them all. The North Carolina Bartram Trail crosses over some of the most scenic mountains of the state and has many side trails that lead to views of the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Blowing Rock is an area where the wind blows constantly due to the walls of the Johns River Gorge, which form a flume through which the Northwest winds sweep with so much force that it will return light objects you throw over the edge. Cherokee Indian Reservation is the home to the descendants of the Cherokee family who named the area. Deep Creek Tubing provides an area to cool off on a hot summer day, take a bike ride, hike, or go horseback riding through the trails and see many waterfalls.
Owl Creek Cabins Offer Amazing Views and Comfort
Owl Creek cabins are perfect for family getaways and provide enough room for a multiple-family getaway. They can sleep up to ten people and offer fireplaces, full kitchens, king-size beds, and several different electronics.