Tennessee River GorgeI Island Cabins® are inside The Tennessee River Gorge. TRG Island Cabins are part of a "PRIVATE'' 13 acre island property, with causeway out to TRG Island. It is the most beautiful, untouched and widest part of TRG. The Tennessee River here is 1/8 mile wide and only moving about 3 mph here. TRG is 26 miles long and we are located in the middle of it at the 440 mile marker. Beach gradually sloping to 65' ft. deep water. 'In shade all day'. With 1,800 ft. mountains and cliffs all around the island, highest on the 650 miles of The Tennessee River. Only 3' ft. down to water.
Upscale cabin that offers ' SERENITY & RELAXATION'. IF YOU DO NOT SEE YOUR DATES GO TO VRBO # 1046061, #1049702, #762730 or PLEASE CALL!
Cabin comes with boat dock, gas grill, firewood, 1 canoe or 2 kayaks, great fishing and water sports. About 15 miles from Chattanooga. 20 miles from Ruby Falls, Rock City, Incline Railway, Raccoon and Lookout Mountains. Tennessee Wall and Snooper's Rock 13 miles.
Your cabin is 40 ft. from the river and only 3 ft. down to water. Jacuzzi bath tub, full kitchen, one queen bed, La-Z-Boy sleeper sofa. Cabin has everything!. You only need food and drink.
We also have a 24 ft. pontoon & 14 ft. fishing boat for rent.
Stay 3 week nights (Sunday through Thursday) and get the 4th night Absolutely Free. And one free canoe to use each day!
Prentice Cooper State Forest (24,686 acre) is located at our property lines. TRG consists of 24,000 acres of land carved through the Cumberland Mountains by 27 miles of the Tennessee River. It is one of the most unique natural treasures in the Southeast. It is the only large river canyon bordering a mid-size city (Chattanooga) and is the fourth largest river canyon east of the Mississippi. The Gorge begins approximately five miles downstream from downtown Chattanooga, right across from Williams Island, flowing past TRG Cabins and continues a total of 27 river miles to Hales Bar Dam Marina near Nickajack Lake. Cabins are new as of 3/18/16 Please visit us on the net with same Tennessee River Gorge.
The scenic terrain of the Tennessee River Gorge. creates a unique diversity of land forms. The land provides habitats for more than a thousand varieties of plants, ferns, trees, grasses, and flowers as well as a rich wildlife population. Many of these are rare or endangered species such as the Mountain Skullcap and birds like the Osprey and Bald Eagle. Dozens of archaeological sites bear evidence of man's presence in the Gorge for at least 10,000 years. Tennessee River Gorge. is a designated site of the Southern Appalachian Man and Biosphere Reserve, putting it on par with the best examples of Earth's living habitats.
The Tennessee River Gorge Trust, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, has protected more than 17,000 acres of the land in the Tennessee River Gorge since its inception in 1981. For more information about the Trust and to view a video about the organization, please visit Tennessee River Gorge.