Is there anything more relaxing than a winding river on a warm summer’s day? If there is, visitors to Whispering River Resort will be too chilled out to go searching for it. Boasting thousands of feet of access to the Little River, Walland, Tennessee’s Whispering River Resort connects visitors to the beautiful natural environment of the “quiet side of the Smokies.”
Tents, RVs, and Cabin Renters All Welcome
One of the unique things about the Whispering River Resort is how well it accommodates different kinds of vacationers. Looking for the perfect site to pitch your tent? Whispering River has tent sites with water access, clean, modern bathrooms, hot showers, coin laundry, and a general store.
Need space for your RV? Pull-through, pull-in, and back-in RV sites with hook-ups are available, and RV campers, of course, have access to the same facilities and amenities that tent campers do. However, what if you’re traveling without your own lodging? What then?
Whispering River Resort also has three cabins, 2 that are perfect for couples or small families, and 1 that lets the whole gang get together. The Treehouse sleeps up to 4, and includes an indoor Jacuzzi and outdoor hot tub, kitchen, DVD player and TV, and all of it right up on the riverbank. The Otter House cabin includes all the same amenities, plus a charcoal grill and central A/C. The Lodge sleeps up to 10, and includes a fireplace, large-screen satellite TV, DVD, hot tub, claw-foot bathtub in the master bedroom, and game room with pool table.
Activities at Whispering River
Not sure what to do while you’re there? It may be because there’s so much to choose from. With convenient river access, this is a great chance to go kayaking, tubing, or fishing. Whispering River also has a playground and a horseshoe pit, volleyball, a pool and a hot tub, and great walking trails along their half-mile of Little River access. Everyone gets access to free WiFi to stay connected, and even “best friends” can join in the fun (pets are allowed at the RV and tent campsites).
All This, and it’s Convenient!
People come to the Smokies region for lots of reasons. Maybe it’s the famous Dollywood amusement park, home to rides, shows, festivals, events, and – oh yeah – a massive water park. Well, it, as well as the sights and sounds of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, are just a 30-minute drive away. Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Tuckaleechee Caverns are even closer, and perfect if you want to focus on the natural beauty that the Smokies are famous for.
A meeting room, club room, and an event center is also available, so if you’re excited to show your coworkers the best of the region and are looking for a place to host your company retreat or seminar, this could be it. Give your crew a shout – it’s time to book your vacation at Whispering River Resort.
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