Nestled in the foothills of the Cherokee National Forest, this is the perfect vacation get-away for rest and relaxation or to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities.
Our 'lodge' is located on one of the most popular rainbow trout fishing streams in East Tennessee. If you're looking for a quiet, out of the way place to rest and relax OR if you're more into enjoying the outdoors, you'll want to come stay with us. Activities include fishing on Citico Creek or one of the nearby lakes, hiking, bike riding, kayaking (seasonal), and in-season hunting. We're located within 30-45 minutes of the Cherohala Skyway, Tellico Mountains, Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, and the Fort Loudoun State Historic area just to name a few. Come prepared to cook - we're 20 minutes away from stores or restaurants!
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Lodging Style and Amenities
Cabin, 2 Bedrooms + Loft, 1 Bath (Sleeps 10-12)
Fully furnished cabin with a cozy queen bedroom, second bedroom with four full-size bunk beds, loft, fully furnished kitchen, bathroom with shower, covered front porch with swing, screened-in back porch.
Other Amenities: Phone, heat and air conditioned, TV with local channels, DVD/VCR, linens and towels provided, charcoal grill, fire pit for those S'mores.
NO SMOKING inside please. No parties serving alcoholic beverages. NO PETS - possibly outside on leash (negotiable). Easy access - no dirt roads.
$70.00 November thru February; $80 - $100 March thru October
Directions to Broken Arrow Lodge: Take I-75 to Loudon,TN exit #72. Turn left onto TN-72 head east for 15.6 miles to US 411. Turn left onto US 411 toward Vonore and travel 2.4 miles to TN-360. Turn right onto TN-360 (Citico Road). After 7 miles the highway turns right and crosses an embayment (bridge). Don't turn right; go straight ahead on Citico Road. Follow Citico Road for 9 miles to the Broken Arrow Lodge on the right. Travel time from Knoxville is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The Cherokee National Forest and the Waterway trails in the region all practice "Leave no Trace" principles.
Locally or Family Owned Business Notes
In 1953, original owners, Lee & Edith Rigsby tore down an old barn and built the first cabin in the 'Broken Arrow Resort'. The cabin was called 'the lodge' because it could sleep numerous hunters or a large family.
Over the years the cabins were used by vacationers and as a camp for the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. 'The lodge' now belongs to the Sowder family and has been a vacation get-a-way for family and friends. It has been newly renovated making it a very charming and affordable vacation get away.
Pet Friendly Notes
No pets allowed.