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2 must see waterfalls in cherokee national forest

Welcome Valley Village is only 3.7 miles from Ocoee Dam 1, a favorite put-in for paddle boards, tubers, and casual kayakers. Guests love the lazy river float with three easy pullouts along the Village’s property line. But did you know that just past the dam in Cherokee National Forest, there are two stunning and accessible waterfalls: Rainbow Falls and Benton Falls? ‍ ‍ Benton Falls Benton Falls is a 65-foot...

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glamping in covered wagons: experience rustic luxury at welcome valley village

Are you ready to step back in time and indulge in a unique glamping experience? Welcome Valley Village invites you to embark on an unforgettable adventure in our charming covered wagons. Nestled along the picturesque Ocoee River, our village offers the perfect blend of rustic charm and modern comfort, ensuring a truly memorable stay. Immerse yourself in the nostalgia of the Old West as you settle into one of our three Conestoga...

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4 farm-to-table finds in ocoee, tn

Are you a fan of fresh, locally grown goodies and handcrafted Appalachian treasures? Well, you’re in luck here at Welcome Valley Village! Our slice of Ocoee Country is all about celebrating local flavors and handcrafted wonders. Whether you’re up for a visit to our nearby farms or eager to explore the farmers’ markets, get ready for a bounty of farm-fresh treats and amazing artisan finds. Let’s dive into the local goodness...

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fishing spots on the ocoee: where to wet your line

There’s a certain magic that happens when you cast your line into the water, your heart racing with anticipation, and the world just fades away as you wait for the tug of your line. Fishing can be more than just a hobby. It’s a timeless activity that allows you to connect with nature, offering a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Ocoee, Tennessee, is no exception...

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fall family fun in ocoee, tn

With fall finally here, it’s time to plan all of your seasonal, fun, family activities – harvests, festivals, apple picking, and tractor rides are just some of the things we look forward to this time of the year! With Ocoee being known for its beautiful outdoor scenery, it is the perfect place to experience the cool, crisp air and leaves changing color with the people you love. This season flies...

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exploring ocoee, tennessee: 5 must-visit mountain ranges

Ocoee, Tennessee, is surrounded by the vast Cherokee National Forest covering parts of the Appalachian Mountains. It’s truly a diverse and beautiful area with mountains, valleys, and rivers just waiting to be explored. Let me take you through some of the most noteworthy mountain ranges around Ocoee: Image 1: Wate Image 2: Kids in Parks chilhowee mountain 10 miles | 20-minute drive from welcome valley village To the west of Ocoee lies Chilhowee Mountain,...

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8 fun things to do around the ocoee river that aren’t rafting

The Ocoee River is famous for being a premier whitewater rafting destination in the southeastern United States. One of the reasons the Ocoee River is so famous is that it was the site of the whitewater canoe and kayak events during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. The river’s rapids provided a thrilling and challenging course for the world’s top paddlers, and the event helped put the Ocoee River on the map...

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glamping along the ocoee river – talking glamping with local 3 news

Timberroot Chief Operating Officer Autumn Adams recently took some time out of her busy schedule to walk Paul Shahen, one of the morning anchors for Chattanooga’s Local 3 News, through Timberroot’s Welcome Valley Village property. The 17-acre property, with over 900 ft of river frontage on Tennesses’s famous Ocoee river, features nine unique vacation rentals, including three new glamping pioneer wagons. Autumn and Paul explored the Ocoee property and talked about our...

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times free press covers timberroot’s new glamping wagon experience

‍Timberroot’s newest addition, an unparalleled glamping experience on the Ocoee river is now officially open for booking. Timberroot Founder & CEO, Frank May, and COO Autumn Adams spoke to staff reporter Emily Crisman of the Chattanooga Times Free Press about the new Conestoga wagon glamping experience, the Timberoot Rustic Retreats vison, and our future plans for expanding our portfolio of vacation rental resorts. The Chattanooga Times Free Press is the primary newspaper covering the greater...

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