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Enjoy fishing from a rocky riverbank or by a calm pond. Spend time at one of our great fishing cabins in Pigeon Forge.

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1. River Hideaway

It’s hard to get any closer to great fishing than this: River Hideaway perches on the rocks over one of the most popular trout rivers in the state. Check out the water from the covered deck, or walk down a few steps to the unique second deck, even closer to the river. Keep an eye out for playful river otters. Indoors, the three bedrooms sleep up to eight. The fully equipped kitchen, game console and hot tub make this place a relaxing delight.

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2. Back to Nature

This cabin for up to four people sits next to a catch-and-release fishing pond stocked with catfish, bass and trout. On the two-level, dock-inspired deck, enjoy the rocking chairs and porch swing as you overlook the water. The cozy cabin includes a loft bedroom with its own sitting area, log king bed and in-room tub.

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3. River Reflections

The Little Pigeon River flows past your rustic cabin and offers wading or fishing all day long. This hideaway for two has a fireplace and bathtub in the bedroom, a beautiful cathedral ceiling in the living room, and a kitchen perfect for fixing picnics to relish on the riverbank. Made of logs hewn in the 19th century, this hand-built cabin is a true Tennessee experience.

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4. Barefoot by the River

Wildlife lovers will treasure this one-bedroom cabin, where guests have spotted black bears, deer and turkeys. Fish abound in the Little Pigeon River just out the door. Bring your fishing gear and spend hours by the water here. The riverside fire pit is ideal for a picnic lunch or drinks after dark, and the hot tub gives you river views while you soak. This cabin is close to Pigeon Forge for entertainment and restaurants, too.

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5. Mallards Nest

You’ll be tempted to linger in the spacious game room with its wet bar and pool table. The enclosed porch will entice you to hang out over coffee. The custom-built log bed is great for cuddling. But don’t forget your fishing pole, because the stocked, catch-and-release pond outside is waiting for you too. Mallards Nest also gives you access to a seasonal swimming pool nearby.

If you plan to fish on your Pigeon Forge vacation, you might need a license from the Wildlife Resources Agency for fishing in some locations. Licenses are easy to get online before you come and the fees support fish and wildlife management. Click here for details.