Mountain Getaways and Vacation Spots

Many people love to visit the mountains any time of year. They are cooler in the summer and you can go for a swim in the many lakes. They are beautiful in the Autumn and Spring seasons. And let's not forget about skiing in the Winter. If you locve the mountains, see what rental properties are available in your favorie destination.

Asheville, North Carolina

Lovely Asheville is a town in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina. Best known for a vibrant arts scene and historic architecture, including the fabulous Basilica of Saint Lawrence. The vast Biltmore estate, built in the 1800's displays artw

Boone, North Carolina

Picturesque Boone, North Carolina took its name from the famous pioneer and explorer Daniel Boone, who on several occasions camped at a site generally agreed to be within the present city limits. Today, it is home to Appalachian State University and many scenic mountain views. At an elevation of over 3,300 feet it is the highest town of over 10,000 people East of the Mississippi River. The Blue Ridge Parkway goes by Boone and there are many wonderful destinations like Elk Knob State Park.

Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Pigeon Forge, a mountain town and vacation area in eastern Tennessee, is the home of Dollywood, country singer Dolly Parton’s Appalachian-themed park consisting of rides, an adjoining water park and a museum.

Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania

The Pocono Mountains, also known as the Poconos, include forested peaks and beautiful mountain lakes in eastern Pennsylvania. There are hiking trails that connect numerous waterfalls in destinations like Bushkill Falls. Vacation homes and resorts are avai