Sylva Travel Tips
Sylva Vacation Rentals in the Heart of Nantahala National Forest
In Cherokee Indian, Nantahala means "land of the noonday sun." This name fits Nantahala National Forest well because the vegetation is so thick and lush in some areas that sun rays reach the forest floor only at noon. Take the opportunity to explore the wiles of nature surrounding you by staying in a vacation rental in Sylva. Even a simple nature walk can calm the mind and sooth the spirit.
Sylva Cabins are Just Ten Minutes from a Beautiful Park
A short ten minute drive down Skyland Drive and Fisher Creek Road takes you to Sylva's premiere park. The 1,100 acres of Pinnacle Park consists of moderate to difficult hiking trails that take you within arm's reach of streams and beautiful waterfalls. Its 5,008 foot elevation provides a breathtaking view of the Sylvan landscape.
Smoky Mountain Cabin Rentals are Ideal for the Whole Family
Busy city life can cause forgetfulness about the beauty that surrounds us, but exploring the wilderness around Sylva provides a great opportunity to teach your children about the world. Go on a hiking excursion and collect specimens to study back in your Sylva cabin. You can also take your children to Poteet Park for an entertaining afternoon of play and picnicking.
Enjoy Rest and Relaxation in a Sylva Cabin
Hotels and suites are cramped and limiting. The cabins in Sylva provide a spacious atmosphere, not only in accommodations but in the wilderness that surrounds you. Instead of spending your morning drinking coffee in the hotel lobby, enjoy it relaxing on the deck of your Sylva cabin, breathing in the fresh wilderness air and listening to birds sing. Following a day of activities, Sylva vacation rentals allow you to come back to a place that feels just like home.