Early Summer Specials in the Mountains

While Winter is our favorite time in the mountains, summer is close behind.

As Memorial Day weekend kicks off the busy summer season, several of our SkiSoutheast partners have special events or promotions going on during the early part of summer.

In Maggie Valley, Maggie Mountain Vacations are offering 10 percent off rent (max $50) when you mention SkiSoutheast all summer. They have some availability as of Thursday morning for this upcoming weekend.

In Gatlinburg, the Courtyard Gatlinburg Downtown and the Hilton Garden Inn Gatlinburg are located in the heart of the action and both have availability this weekend. The SureStay Plus Gatlinburg also has limited availability.

If you are looking to visit the Boone area, Meadowbrook Inn in Blowing Rock has a number of packages to choose from – including the popular Tweetsie Family Package as well as the Picnic Package. High Country Vacation Homes also as a number of promotions running early this summer and feature limited availability for this holiday weekend.

In the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, Cabin Creekwood has several cabins that are perfect for the mountain escape. However, summer availability is going fast.

While it isn’t accommodations, SkiBarn is also celebrating summer in a big way.

All of their locations are open seven days a week with exciting events happening throughout the summer. They will also feature deep discounts on previous winter gear and clothing as well as the gear you need for your summer outfitting.

For more great places to stay or things to do, be sure to visit our trip planner on SkiSoutheast or visit HighCountryVacations.com.

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Matt is a lifelong resident of the High Country - where he still resides with his wife and son in Roan Mountain, TN. After graduating from East Tennessee State University in 2010 and prior to joining the Appnet family in 2013, he worked for four years as the sports information director at a local Christian college. Matt also has worked for a variety of local newspapers as a sports writer and photographer - something that he still does in the evenings and weekends. In addition to writing and photography, Matt enjoys all types of sports, cooking and traveling.