​​​Fontana Lake and Park View Cabins offer 3 Vacation Cabin Rentals, "Eagle's Landing", "Eagle's Nest", and "Tiny Tuck"

All 3 homes have Rare and Predominant Views of Fontana Lake and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

We are Located in Bryson City, NC on 12 Acres that are surrounded on one side by Fontana Lake and the GSMN Park. The other three sides border 600 Acres of the 
Nantahala National Forest.
Bald eagles and other wildlife sightings are common. Black bear, deer, elk, and otters can be seen swimming in the lake below. Atmospheric changes on Fontana Lake and the GSMN Park create a masterpiece daily, and when the sky is dark and clear enough, the Milky Way can be spotted in the night sky.

We are Convenient to Numerous Local Attractions:
Alarka Marina and Lake Access is only 8 minutes away where you can Rent Pontoon Boats to explore Fontana Lake and the GSMN Park from the Lake's perspective. Almond Boat & RV Park for Lake Access, Boat Rentals, and RV Sites is only 13 miles.  Cherokee Indian Reservation and Harrah's Cherokee Casino are a 20 minute drive. Downtown Bryson City is only 12 minutes,

and the Nantahala Outdoor Center is a mere 15 minute drive.  Enjoy mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, motorized boating, kayaking or camping at Tsali Recreation Area, all located within steps of Fontana Lake.
Fontana Lake is over 30 Miles long and has 238 miles of shoreline.

This is an experience like no other. With exclusive panoramic views of Fontana Lake and the GSMN Park, this unique location is a Fisherman's Paradise, a Wilderness Family Get-Away, an Unforgettable Romantic Hide-Away, a Healing Respite and Opportunity to Unplug and Re-Center, a Bird Watcher's Sanctuary, and the Ideal Artist's (of All Kinds) Retreat.  

Hi! We're Michelle and Shannon. Welcome to our @smoky_mtn_paradise! In 2013, we discovered these 12 acres surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Nantahala National Forest. Little did we know that this completely undeveloped land had a million dollar view of a horseshoe bend on Fontana Lake and the GSMN Park! It took viewing Google Maps to see what a gem we had found. We moved to Bryson City in 2014 after selling our home and fine art printing business near Asheville, NC. My husband, Shannon grew up in Bryson City, and I fell in love with this "Gateway to the Smokies" town when we built a houseboat at Almond Boat Park in 2013. It still floats on Fontana Lake today. We bought a 400 sq ft tiny house to live in while we started building "Eagle's Landing" and "Eagle's Nest" at the end of 2014. We were able to do this with our own hands, the help of some great friends, and a very talented builder. These 2 cabins went on the vacation rental market in 2015, and we've had the honor of hosting hundreds of happy guests ever since. We completed building our dream home in 2021, and now have the opportunity to share our "Tiny Tuck" with you! This is a completely different lifestyle than we're used to, and we are incredibly grateful for all the love, support, and Divine miracles that we have been blessed with along the way. We hope you have the opportunity to experience this magical paradise, because we certainly love sharing it.

​Bryson City was voted one of the "Top Ten Outdoor Towns in the East" by Outdoor Magazine, one of the Smithsonian's "20 Best Small Towns to Visit", "one of the top 8 Small Towns Near Stunning Nature" by Orbitz, and Trip Advisor ranked Bryson City as "the #1 Most Beautiful Little Mountain Town in America!" USA Today also featured Bryson City as "one of the 5 Most Charming American Towns with Mountain Views and All Season Destinations." Southern Living featured our "Eagle's Nest" cabin on the cover of an article titled, "8 Secluded Southern Stays Where the Views Don't Get Any Better!" Forbes recently featured an article naming Bryson City

as "1 of the 5 Most Fascinating Gateway Towns to a National Park."

Discover what’s great about Bryson City, a peaceful mountain town bordering the Great Smoky Mountains National Park with unique shops, galleries, and restaurants. Surrounding our small town, there’s a wild vacation paradise — rafting and kayaking on the Nantahala River, boating and fishing on Fontana Lake, scenic railroad excursions, including the Polar Express, world class trout streams and mountain biking on the famous Tsali trails. We have trails for hiking, creeks for tubing, horseback riding, zip-lining, and beautiful waterfalls. We’re home to the Cherokee Indian Reservation and the North Carolina half of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park....and we’re close - just an hour west of Asheville NC and 3 hours north of Atlanta GA.