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 Chattnaooga area. The publication was founded in 1869 as the Chattanooga Times and has a long and storied history. Today, the newspaper covers a wide range of topics including local, state, and national news, sports, business, and entertainment. The Chattanooga Times Free Press is a well-respected and award-winning newspaper that is committed to providing quality journalism to the Chattanooga community.

Read the full profile on the glamping wagons at Welcome Valley Village on the Chattnaoogan’s website.

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article summary:

Welcome Valley Village in Benton, Tennessee now offers a unique glamping experience with three Conestoga covered wagons as accommodations. Each wagon has a king-size bed, two twin beds, a sink, and a separate bathroom within a communal bathhouse.

The property, owenrd and operated by Timberroot Rustic Retreats, is situated on 17 wooded acres near Cherokee National Forest and the small town of Benton, Tennessee, and boasts more than 900 feet of waterfront property on the Ocoee River.

Guests have access to a riverside pavilion and dock for tubing, swimming, and fishing, and other outdoor activities on site include a basketball court, meadow for Frisbee and football, hammocks, swings, and chairs in the creekside sitting area.

The property also offers six log cabins for rent, and visitors can hike, fly fish, mountain bike, horseback ride, zipline, or drive around to take in the views.

Frank May, the owner, aims to deliver unique experiences and provide places of shelter and peace for people to connect with nature and each other.

Timberroot currently operates three properties in the southern Appalachian Region, and is currently building a new resort adjacent to Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina.

Summary of : “Welcome Valley Village offers glamping in covered wagons on the Ocoee River” by Emily Crisman published on August 1, 2022 by the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
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welcome valley village

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Step back in time on this this beautiful 17 acre property has over 900 feet of riverfront on the legendary Ocoee River. With six rustic cabins, three covered pioneer wagons, as well as a beautiful riverside pavilion for gatherings Welcome Valley is the prefect place to gather with friends and family, or take some tie for yourself. Situated on the river and close to Cherokee National Forest, there is no finer place to stay as you explore the region.