Mountain Stream Cabins

Surrounded by the Cherokee National Forest, we have a great place to stay if you are looking for adventure. We also have a great place to stay if you are looking to “just relax“. Our cabins are fully equipped offering a mix of rustic, yet comfortable accommodations, a perfect place for your vacation.

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Latitude: 35.218103 Longitude: -84.4571 Elevation: 1000 ft
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Lodging Style and Amenities

For the adventurer, we are only minutes from the clear waters of the Hiwassee River, a national scenic river, with its world class trout fishing, scenic rafting, kayaking, tubing or hiking. Just a little further and you can find yourself at the Ocoee River, site of the 1996 Olympics, with its class III and IV whitewater rafting, hiking and mountain biking.

For those looking to relax, some of our cabins are situated on Childers Creek with the peaceful sounds of water flowing by. Spacious decks wrap around the cabins with access to shade or sun. Hot tubs, charcoal grills, picnic tables, and deck chairs overlook the creek and forest. Two of our cabins are located on a hill, nestled in the treetops, with all of the same amenities and comforts as the creek side cabins. Also available is a two bedroom suite located on the first floor of our three story log home. A spacious covered deck, charcoal grill, picnic table, and grassy area surrounded by the creek complement this comfortable place for you to stay.

Direct TV
Complete kitchenette with coffee maker, microwave, toaster, stovetop and oven, refrigerator and freezer
A/C
limited satellite WIFI in some cabins and the office area
One bedroom with queen size bed and two custom full size built-in bunks
Living area with sleeper sofa.
Gas fireplace (seasonal)
Full bathroom
Spacious covered decks (all but one are wraparound)

Hot tub (except Opal's Oasis)
Picnic Table
Charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal and fluid)
Limited pet friendly cabins (Call for availability)
All cabins are easy access with no stairs.
NEW, All cabins now have a campfire ring. Bring your own wood
 

Season Open

Year Round

Rate Range

$115-160 per night

Driving Directions

From Chattanooga, take I-75 north to exit 20 (Cleveland). Go east on highway 64 bypass 6 miles to the 64 east Ocoee exit. Go 7.5 miles east and get off at the exit for Benton/Chatsworth. Turn left on 411 north, go about 12 miles on route 411 north (through Benton) to route 30 east. Turn right on 30 east and go 6 miles along the Hiwassee River Road towards Reliance. Turn left at route 315, cross the river and make the first right onto Childer’s Creek Road. Go 1.2 miles and turn right at Reliance Fly and Tackle, (still Childers Creek Rd), go 1/4 mile and turn left (still Childers Creek Rd) and proceed 2 miles to the main entrance on the right.

From Knoxville, take I-75 south to exit 49 which is route 30 east towards Athens. Go 14.5 miles, turn right on route 411 in Etowah.  Go 8 miles, turn left on route 30 towards Reliance. Go 6 miles along the Hiwassee River Road and turn left at route 315, cross the river and make the first right onto Childer’s Creek Road. Go 1.2 miles and turn right at Reliance Fly and Tackle, (still Childers Creek Rd), go 1/4 mile and turn left (still Childers Creek Rd) and proceed 2 miles to the main entrance on the right.

Approximate distances to Mountain Stream:

From areas East and Southeast, Once reaching Ducktown TN, take 64 west approximately 16 miles and look for 30 west. Turn right on to 30 west and go 9 miles. Turn right onto 315 and cross the river. Make the first right onto Childer’s Creek Road. Go 1.2 miles and turn right at Reliance Fly and Tackle, (still Childers Creek Rd), go 1/4 mile and turn left (still Childers Creek Rd) and proceed 2 miles to the main entrance on the right. WARNING, GPS directions from the southeast and east often get people lost in the national forest. Use the directions here instead.

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