Winner of the 2013 Certificate of Excellence Award from TripAdvisor, the premier resource for travel reviews, Cherokee Lodge features spacious Pigeon Forge condos. A masterful blend of rustic and modern decor, our rooms offer guests plush comfortable beds, flat screen tvs, gas fireplaces and hardwood floors.
Perfect for families, church groups and business retreats, each of our unites also provides guests with a deluxe kitchen. With stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, necessary utensils and a dishwasher, our kitchens are perfect for families looking to prepare a meal together in the comfort of their Pigeon Forge condo.
During your family’s vacation in the Smokies, you all will amazed by the unbeatable views of the scenic Smoky Mountains, as well as the close proximity of Cherokee Lodge to popular Pigeon Forge attractions like Dollywood and Dixie Stampede. Guests are also within walking distance of the Fun Time Trolley that will take your family anywhere you want to go, perfect for a day trip to the Old Mill Square without having to worry about traffic or parking once you get there.
Guests will also appreciate our fully-equipped fitness center. Stocked with two elliptical trainers, a treadmill, a dumbbell set, a balance ball, a weight bench and satellite tv, visitors can exercise comfortably at Cherokee Lodge. Not to mention our heated pool with waterslide, the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer’s day.
Guests have their choice between an two bedroom or three bedroom condo. And for guests looking to book their next vacation in the Smokies, we are currently running a special to celebrate the end of summer. Stay two nights and get the third free for families looking to stay with us August 18-29. When booking online use the code SUM13 to receive the discount.
To find out more about Cherokee Lodge Condominiums, or to begin planning your family’s next vacation in the Smokies today, give us a call at 877-918-5900. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is eager to make sure that all our guests get the most out of their stay in the Smokies.