✦ Luxury 2-Bedroom Cabins with Smoky Mountain Views

✦ Convenient to Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and the National Park

• Beautiful mountain views - Mt. LeConte

• Located just 1-1/4 miles from the Parkway

• Neighborhood-style community (not secluded)

• No steep, scary roads; ample parking

• Community has street lights and city water

• Keyless door locks for self check-in

• All-wood cabins with two levels - 1300 sf.


• High-speed Wi-Fi • Pool Tables • Arcade Games

• Smart TVs w/cable & streaming apps 

• Covered Decks • Natural Gas Grills • Hot Tubs  

• Community Swimming Pool (summer months)

• Fireplaces in living rooms and master BRs

• Master BRs with attached baths  

• Spacious, fully-equipped kitchens 

• No Animals / No Smoking 

• Minimum age to rent = 25 years 

• Minimum Stay = 3 nights  

     (Holiday stays may vary. 2-night stays possible

       in gaps between bookings.)

Owner-direct booking - no service fees

COVID-19▐ Our standard cancellation policy is in effect and we recommend that guests purchase travel insurance. "Cancel for Any Reason" insurance covers pandemics.  The ONLY EXCEPTION would be if the state of Tennessee or Sevier County were to require the closing of short-term rentals. 

Entrance to Sherwood Forest Resort close to the Parkway in Pigeon Forge; home of Highview Cabins



Sherwood Forest Resort is on Rush Branch Road and is just 1.3 miles from the Pigeon Forge Parkway at Light #10 (Conner Heights Rd.) While our location is convenient, the mountain setting makes it seem like you are far way from the city... perfect for relaxing. The Smoky Mountain views here are amazing!

Features of Sherwood Forest include... community swimming pool (seasonal), paved streets with street lights, city water system, gated entrances at night, and underground utilities.   


Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg have so many activities from which to choose for those who love amusements and adventure. Here are some of the great experiences that can be found in the Smokies... Dollywood Theme Park, Splash Country Water Park, go-carts, mini golf, alpine coasters, year-round snow tubing, bungee jumping, zip lines, trampolines, mirror mazes, escape rooms, climbing walls, arcades,  gravity ball, museums, caverns, petting zoos, the aquarium and much more. 


Outdoor adventures you can enjoy in the Smoky Mountains include... hiking, fishing, golf, river tubing, rafting, horseback riding, zip lines, and winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, and ice skating. Entertainment abounds at the many shows and musicals in the area. Dinner, comedy, magic, and music shows are just some of the many options.

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The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park in the United States. In 2020, over 12 million people visited the park! Established in 1934, the park is within one day's driving distance of two thirds of the US population. Here are some facts that explain why the GSM National Park is such a popular destination.


- 800 square miles of natural beauty 

- No entrance fee and open 365 days a year

- 384 miles of roads

- 850 miles of hiking trails

- 78 preserved Appalachian structures in 5 historic areas

- Elevation ranges from 875 to 6,643 feet above sea level

- 16 mountains within the park reach elevations higher than 6,000 feet.

- Highest mountain peak is Clingmans Dome (6,643 ft.)

- 2,000+ miles of streams

- 100 prominent waterfalls and cascades

- 130+ species of trees

- 1,600+ species of flowering plants & wildflowers

- 1,500+ black bears... highest concentration the the US

- 30 species of salamanders... salamander capital of the world

- 19 species of fireflies... home of the only synchronous firefly species in the US

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Many guests at Highview Cabins have seen black bears in Sherwood Forest Resort, Gatlinburg, and Cades Cove.


It's no surprise that black bears are the most famous residents of the Smoky Mountains. Besides the national park, it's also possible to see bears near our cabins in Sherwood Forest.  Check out our videos page to see some bears at our Highview Retreat cabin. Other animals found in various areas of the Smokies include deer, elk, raccoons, foxes, coyotes, bobcats, wild boar, turkeys, woodchucks, and river otters. One of the best places to view wildlife is Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.