The Preserve Resort

The Preserve Resort in Wears Valley features well appointed cabins and fantastic amenities. As the highest elevation resort in the Great Smoky Mountains, it’s home to views that must be seen to be believed, and it’s just a short drive from the popular attractions of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, as well as Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

View from the Preserve

Enjoy a cozy retreat on the quiet side of the Smokies

If one of your goals for your Smoky Mountains vacation is to soak up some of the stunning views that our region is famous for, then you should definitely consider booking a cabin at the Preserve. The resort stands at the top of a ridge that overlooks the beautiful Wears Valley, which is an area sometimes known as the “quiet side of the Smokies.” That’s because it feels a world away from the activity of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, even though it’s only a short distance from those centers.

Cabins in Wears Valley are also convenient to many of the desirable locations inside the national park and out, including Cades Cove and the charming town of Townsend. No matter what season you choose to visit in, the views of the rolling hills extending for miles and miles to the horizon will remind you exactly why you decided to travel to the Smokies.

Choose from cabins to fit every traveler’s needs

The cabins at the Preserve Resort are located in a rustic, secluded setting, but they still feature a variety of luxury touches and amenities to ensure that you and you group have everything you need during your visit. From large open kitchens where you and your family can dine together, to game rooms that will entertain guests of all ages, you’ll never find yourself without something fun to do during your stay at the Preserve. Of course, if you want to simply relax on the spacious deck with a blanket in a rocker with and a good book – or soaking in the hot tub – in the presence of the amazing mountain scenery, no one would blame you.

The cabins at the Preserve also are available in numerous configurations, ranging from one all the way to 12 bedrooms so you can find the right space to suit your group. Whether you need a cozy place to recharge after exploring the great outdoors all day, or a space for your extended family to spread out and have fun, the Preserve has what you’re looking for.

Partake in a variety of resort amenities

Additionally, all guests of the Preserve have access to several unique amenities located on the property. Guests coming in the warmer months can enjoy the seasonal pool and hot tub while taking in the lovely views of the valley. The resort also features a full-service fitness center that is open 24 hours per day with sauna and shower facilities.

If you’re thinking of hosting a group event, both the beautiful outdoor pavilion known as the Gathering Place, and the indoor meeting space offer ample room for parties and events. The charming and pastoral wedding chapel is also a great place to hold your perfect ceremony, and then transition to a reception at one of the group spaces.

Create your ideal mountain getaway

A trip to the Smokies means many different things to different people, and staying at the Preserve Resort means you have access to whatever you need to create the perfect escape for you and your loved ones.

See the cabins available at the Preserve Resort and book your stay today.


As well as the amenities offered by the resort, each cabin offers our Trip Cash book of Gatlinburg coupons and Pigeon Forge coupons – worth over $700! – with free tickets to some of the best attractions and activities in the area.

You can find more locations on the quiet side of the Smoky Mountains in our And don’t forget our Wears Valley cabins listings, as well as our Gatlinburg cabin rentals and our Pigeon Forge cabins. And if you’re bringing a pet, check our updated list of pet friendly cabins in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.

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About Tony Perez

I'm a people person, and I enjoy the atmosphere that working with Cabins Of The Smoky Mountains entails, interacting with different types of people and trying to relate to each one uniquely. From Michigan originally, I've been coming to the Smoky Mountains since I was a child, with family in Wears Valley. Summer fun for me is exploring the Cades Cove area, swimming in the creeks, and hiking Mount LeConte and many other trails. I love the Smoky Mountains.