Last Minute Cabin Deals

Looking for cheap cabin rentals? Awesome. The only thing better than a cabin getaway is a surprise cabin getaway! You're in for a lot of fun and a lot of savings. Compared to a hotel, a cabin offers up a lot more space, amenities, and views. But for less. If you're getting away with a family or big group of friends, why squeeze everyone into one tiny hotel room or book several expensive hotel rooms? Instead, sprawl out in a luxury cabin with a fireplace, hot tub, and full kitchen. If, on the other hand, you're getting away with just your sweetie, a cabin is still the way to go. Don't trade in the unique memories and comforts of a cabin for the forgettable feel of a hotel room.

Owners of vacation homes all over the world offer up cancellation specials and last minute deals. From Pigeon Forge to Smoky Mountain cabins, we have it all. So, if you're okay with a spur-of-the-moment vacation, your dollar will go far. When you take advantage of a last minute deal, the value of booking a cabin becomes even more irresistible. So, let's get started. Here's your guide to where and when to book the best last minute cabin deals:

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California

The Golden State. Beaches lined with surfer dudes and bikinis. Luxurious lakes. The Hollywood sign.... and the Rocky Mountains and Redwood tress that dwarf it. Last minute cabins in California sure are crowd-pleasing, and thankfully last minute cabin deals are widely available:

  • Big Bear: The lake is hopping all summer long, while the mountains really shine in the winter (cross-country skiing is just as popular as boating here). With 300 days of sunshine, and tons to do inside and outside your cabin, Big Bear is always a good idea. Any time of year. For anyone.
  • Lake Arrowhead: Big Bear may have more up its sleeves for vacationers than the resort community of Lake Arrowhead, but if you're looking for a quieter getaway, a cabin here is your better bet.
  • Lake Tahoe: There are no bored tourists here, a four-season destination with a sparkling lake surrounded by the 10,000-foot Sierra Nevada Mountains. Favorite cabin destinations here include, but are hardly limited to:
  • Mammoth Lakes: Whether you head here in the winter for the relatively uncrowded Mammoth Mountain ski resort, or in the summer for the fishing, hiking and horseback riding, better head to a cabin!
  • Yosemite: A cabin will give you easy access to the sprawling Yosemite National Park, the third most visited park in the country.
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Colorado

This is the state where the Rocky Mountains climb to their highest elevations. Talk about mountain views!

  • Breckenridge: This ski town has lots of great shops and historic sites to explore, too.
  • Durango: Next to skiing, the San Juan National Forest and the 19th century Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, offering up open air tours, are the main tourist draws.
  • Estes Park: This is the favorite day trip for city-weary Denver residents.
  • Pagosa Springs: From the Wolf Creek Ski area to the San Juan River hot springs, this overlooked destination has lot of great cabin deals.

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Georgia

This mountainous state also happens to sit along the Atlantic Coast, is home to a handful of barrier islands, and then there's Atlanta. In sum, a trip to Georgia can be whatever you want it to be. Search for last minute cabin deals in the following destinations:

  • Blairsville: This peaceful, down-to-earth destination is big on outdoor activity.
  • Blue Ridge: Book a cabin here for the easiest access to the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.
  • Ellijay: Like many of these popular cabin vacations, outdoor adventure is king here. However, here you can mix things up with a winery tour or game of golf.

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North Carolina

From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Smoky Mountains to the Outer Banks, this US state has an unbeatable variety of scenery. And it's best taken in from the deck of your cabin rental.

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Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, along with tons of historic attractions, may come to mind when you think of Pennslyvania. However, there's also the Poconos mountains and many other natural sites, making cabins pretty darned popular here.

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Tennessee

Nature lovers and kids are at home in Tennessee, where the Smoky Mountains beckon people out of their homes, and cheesy attractions like Dollywood are ubiquitous.

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Texas

Ah, the Lone Star State. You may picture cowboys riding horses here, and certainly Texas has some of those, but this sprawling state is much, much more. Some of the nation's biggest cities and best beaches are here.

  • New Braunfels: This historic town is a favorite vacation spot in the summer, thanks to the river everyone tubes on, as well as the original Schlitterbahn Water Park. Meanwhile, there's Wurstfest in the fall, and antique shopping year-round.

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Washington

San Juan Islands, Olympic National Forest, and good old Seattle - Washington is a state that deserves multiple vacations.

  • Leavenworth: This mountain town is modeled after a Bavarian Village. Enough said!
  • Mount Rainier: Cabins here are ideal if you plan to spend most your vacation exploring the Mount Rainier National Park.
  • Stevens Pass: Go skiing (at night or day time) through the Cascade Mountains, and then unwind in the hot tub at your cabin afterward.

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West Virginia

Cabins fit in well here. After all, West Viriginia is lovingly called "the Mountain State," as it is engulfed by the Appalachian Mountains.

  • Canaan Valley: Wetlands, rivers, waterfalls, and all kinds of wildlife define this popular cabin destination.

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Wisconsin

With lakes left and right (two of them are Great Lakes), it's no surprise cabins are so popular here.

  • Door County: Book a cabin along Lake Michigan for great views and easy access to outdoor recreation.
  • Hayward: Enjoy the lake, but save yourself from sunburns by breaking up your trip with museums, wineries, and other indoor distractions.

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