Welcome to Creek ‘n Woods Vacation Rentals
Welcome to Creek ‘n Woods – Maggie Valley Vacation Rentals located in Maggie Valley, North Carolina in the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains! Our original goal as we began our vacation rental business was to provide beautiful, well-equipped cabins in the woods and on a creek or waterfall where people could come and unwind, relax, explore, and create lasting memories, and 17 years later, we remain committed to providing our guests with exceptional cabins matched with exceptional customer service. [button text=”Read More” link=”http://creeknwoods.com/maggie-valley-cabin-rentals” style=”default” size=”normal” target=”_self” display=”inline” icon=”no”]
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About Creek ’n Woods
We are proud of our reviews, and love our customers! Southern Hospitality is a hallmark of Creek ‘n’Woods vacation rentals. Come be our guests and show you how good it can be. Creek n’ Woods is a small, family owned and operated cabin rental company. We specialize in personal, detailed service to make your vacation experience the best it can be. Our rentals are literally on creek and woods. We are fanatical about the quality of our cabins and strive to make these unique settings your home away from home. We hand-picked the locations to provide great access to what vacationers love about the Maggie Valley area while assuring your privacy. We can assist you in finding the locations of all the major attractions in Western North Carolina and make sure that your time is well spent.
To the west, you’ll find The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad and The Cherokee Indian Reservation with Harrah’s Cherokee Casino. Head west and you’ll run into one of the most visited national parks in the country, The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Just beyond that lies Gatlinburg, Tennessee with Dollywood. East, the cultural center of Asheville with museums, shops and the Biltmore Estate, America’s largest home. In all you can say our location is a great place to base your Smoky Mountain Vacation, We’re in the center of it all.
Celebrating our 17th year!
Creek ‘n Woods Vacation Rentals offers Maggie Valley rentals in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. Creek ‘n Woods I, II, III will sleep 6-8 people comfortably, Creek ‘n Woods IV will sleep 8-14. All four Creek ‘n Woods Vacation Rentals are either on creeks or have waterfalls, are in the woods just minutes from everything in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. Attractions within an easy drive include; Cataloochee Ski Area, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, Cataloochee Valley Elk. Maggie Valley Country Club and Resort, and the Cherokee Indian Reservation.
Wireless Internet is now available for all 4 Rentals!
Creek ’n Woods vacation rentals Maggie Valley Cabins
in the woods, on the creeks in Maggie Valley, NC – luxury cabins with exceptional service. Creek n’ Woods is a small, family owned and operated cabin rental company. We specialize in personal, detailed service to make your vacation experience the best it can be. Our rentals are literally on creek and woods. We are fanatical about the quality of our cabins and strive to make theses unique settings your home away from home. We hand picked the locations to provide great access to what vacationers love about the Maggie Valley area, while assuring your privacy. We can assist you in finding the locations of all the major attractions in Western North Carolina and make sure that your time is well spent. Each of our 4 Maggie Valley cabins are clean, well-maintained, decorated with a theme (cows, bears, chickens, mountain lodge), and fully equipped for your stay with movies, books, games…all you need to bring are your clothes and food ( or your plans to dine in any one of our restaurants in Maggie Valley and Waynesville). On our website you will see a tab for ‘Things to Do’ and there will be more to do than one visit will allow. Creek ‘n Woods Vacation Rentals is open year round so guests can have both winter adventures (Cataloochee Ski Area, Tube World) and non-winter adventures.
Western North Carolina
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited park in the country, and with good reason – miles and miles of backcountry trails, pristine mountain streams, waterfalls and soaring mountain peaks. One of the most biologically diverse areas in the world, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is home to rare plant and animal species and serves as a sanctuary for hundreds of black bears. Elk have been reintroduced into the park and are thriving in the Cataloochee Valley, a remote area of the Smokies accessible from Waynesville and Maggie Valley. Along with appreciating the natural beauty of the area, you can also glimpse into the past at the many preserved historical landmarks and see how southern mountaineers created their own way of life in the Smokies – a culture that is still very much alive and well in communities surrounding the park. During the rut in fall, male elk bugle to attract females and to challenge other bulls. Elk once roamed the southern Appalachian mountains and elsewhere in the eastern United States. They were eliminated from the region by over-hunting and loss of habitat. The last elk in North Carolina was believed to have been killed in the late 1700s. In Tennessee, the last elk was killed in the mid-1800s. By 1900, the population of elk in North America dropped to the point that hunting groups and other conservation organizations became concerned the species was headed for extinction. A primary mission of the National Park Service is to preserve native plants and animals on lands it manages. In cases where native species have been eliminated from park lands, the National Park Service may choose to reintroduce them. Reintroduction of elk into Great Smoky Mountains National Park began in 2001 when 25 elk were brought from the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area along the Tennessee-Kentucky border. In 2002, the park imported another 27 animals. Elk are large animals! Females can weigh 500 pounds and stand nearly as tall as this pickup truck. Males can weigh as much as 700 pounds! Warning! Elk are large animals–larger than the park’s black bears–and can be dangerous. Female elk with calves have charged people in defense of their offspring. Males (bulls) may perceive people as challengers to their domain and charge. The best way to avoid these hazards is to keep your distance.