On Douglas Lake, hiking trail, boat dock, hot tub!


Entire cabin hosted by Shannon

6 guests, 2 bedrooms, 2 beds, 2 baths
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* 2 king beds, 1 queen sofa bed in upstairs loft

*2 full baths

*Game room

* Hot tub

*Walking trail

*Private dock

*Not pet friendly*

*Rv's are not allowed*

**This is a seasonal lakefront property**

**From Spring to Summer you have access to the private boat dock for fishing, swimming & boating. From Fall to Spring the water recedes from property.**

The space
This cabin includes and has access to the seasonal swimming pool, lake and boat dock, hiking trail, and playground with picnic tables. There is also parking for your boat trailer at the resort boat launch.

The spacious living room provides you with comfortable seating, a cozy gas burning fireplace and a large smart TV. WiFi is available throughout the cabin so if you need to get some work done you will be ready to go.

Adjoining the living room is the fully stocked kitchen with all new appliances where you can prepare, cook and serve your favorite meals after a day exploring the lake or enjoying some of the area’s best attractions. Don't forget we offer free tickets for every day of your stay!!. Located on the main level are two comfy king suite bedrooms with 3 inch memory foam toppers and full bathrooms.

Up on the second level of Already Hooked you’ll find an additional living area complete with a table and chairs for playing games, working or additional eating space, queen sofa sleeper, a balcony, and a gaming area with a pool table, karaoke machine and a flat screen TV.

Outside at this lakefront cabin is probably where you’ll want to spend most of your time. Here you’re treated to a spacious wrap around deck overlooking the lake and forest with rocking chairs, seating and a soothing outdoor hot tub. Note that the waters of the lake at the cabin are seasonally available generally from April/May-September/October. Please read the Neighborhood Overview to learn about Douglas Lake! The hiking trail trailhead is right at the end of the driveway and the covered bridge just a short distance.

If you’re looking for a memorable place to spend your next Smoky Mountain vacation, Already Hooked delivers. With its rustic fishing decor, main level bedrooms, fun amenities and unforgettable wooded lakefront location, you and your family are certain to create special memories here.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 king bed

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Shared pool
Private hot tub
TV with standard cable
Security cameras on property

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Where you’ll be

Sevierville, Tennessee, United States

Check out 5 Interesting Facts About Douglas Lake to Know Before You Go from Visit My Smokies:

Located at the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, visitors can find the gorgeous and activity-filled Douglas Lake. If you feel like enjoying some time out on the water when you visit the Smoky Mountains, whether it’s relaxing in a boat or splashing around, take a drive to Douglas Lake. Before you go, check out these 5 interesting facts about Douglas Lake:

1. BASSMASTER Top 100 Lake
Douglas Lake has been named a BASSMASTER Top 100 Lake! Bassmaster Magazine is known as the “Bible of today’s bass fishermen,” so if you love to fish, this is the perfect lake for you to visit. Douglas Lake is ranked in the top 10 in the nation for largemouth bass and is also rated one of the top 5 crappie locations in the nation! In addition to largemouth bass, anglers can find white, striped and spotted bass in the lake. When you go fishing at Douglas Lake, a fishing license is required. Learn more about fishing in Douglas Lake and have your fishing poles ready when you visit!

2. Douglas Dam Was Built in Record Time
Douglas Lake was formed when the Tennessee Valley Authority built the Douglas Dam to provide hydroelectric power to help with downstream flood control of the Tennessee River Valley. Douglas Dam was built in record time for a facility of its size. Construction began on February 2, 1942 and lasted until February 19, 1943 at the height of World War II. The dam itself is a hydroelectric facility with 4 generating units that have a combined net dependable capacity of 111 megawatts. Douglas Lake extends 43 miles upriver from Douglas Dam through the foothills of the Smoky Mountains.

3. Flood Storage Reservoir
Douglas Lake, also known as Douglas Reservoir, is a flood storage reservoir. It helps with the overall water control in the Tennessee Valley. Its flood-storage capacity is 1,082,000 acre-feet. To prepare for the winter, TVA lowers the water level to make room for the runoff from winter storms. When there is a storm, TVA holds the water back by reducing releases from the dam, and when the rain stops, TVA gradually lets the water out to prepare for the next storm. In the summer when there is less risk of floods, TVA keeps lake levels higher to support recreation. In a year with normal rainfall, Douglas Lake’s water level varies about 44 feet from summer to winter.

4. More Than 1.7 Million Visitors Each Year
Douglas Lake has become a popular recreational site where visitors can enjoy picnicking, camping, fishing and more! The lake attracts more than 1.7 million visitors each year, and it’s not hard to understand why. Besides being a top spot for fishing, it also has exceptional opportunities for boating. Whether you bring your own boat or rent one at the lake, you’ll love taking it out on the water and relaxing! For some fun on the lake, visitors can rent kayaks, paddle boats and more. You’re also allowed to go for a swim anywhere in the lake! Read our blog, “Top 6 Things to Do When You Visit Douglas Lake,” to find out more exciting activities at the lake.

5. Just a Few Miles from Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg
When you visit Douglas Lake, you’ll be surrounded by mountains and gorgeous nature scenes. But just a few miles away, you’ll find all the excitement of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg! Popular area attractions are a short drive away from the lake, so if you want to explore a museum, visit thrilling attractions or browse unique shops, you won’t have far to go. Between all the things to do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg and the amazing experience you’ll have at Douglas Lake, you’re guaranteed to have an unforgettable vacation.

Hosted by Shannon

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Mom of 6 and grand mom of 1 soon to be 2 grandbabies! I love the mountains and helping provide this experience for others.


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Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No pets

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Pool/hot tub without a gate or lock
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