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I want to celebrate my 45th birthday at Big South Fork with a few of my girlfriends November 17th. I will need to rent a cabin as I only have a two horse bumper pull. There is so much info on the net but what I am finding is many of these cabins you have to trailer to the trails. Does any one have a lead on a nice cabin where you don't have to trailer to the trails ??? I know many of you probably have living quarters in your horse trailer so you can stay in the park at the horse camps... I have never been there and don't want to make a mistake about where we stay. Thanks a bunch ! Karen, Chapmansboro, TN.

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Comment by greg musgrave on November 13, 2009 at 8:46pm
Big Soutlh Fork Lodge. Right on the trail head and a cool place. Jim and his wife will make you feel right at home. Ask Mike he will tell you the same. Great Place.
Comment by Nancy L. Garwood on November 11, 2009 at 8:32pm
Hi Karen, some friends of mine Jack & Beth went to BSF first weekend in October and stayed at the cabin at True West and they loved it. There are several trails to ride out from the camp as well. I stayed at True West campground a few years ago and really enjoyed it. -- Nancy
Comment by Alice Coble on October 23, 2009 at 7:48pm
Laurel Fork is a gated subdivision with really nice log cabins for rent, several have stables on the property. The trails are right off the subdivision road which is also for riding. We found this on the internet last year and loved it.
Comment by Adrienne Walsh on October 20, 2009 at 4:35pm
hey Karen, I checked out the Laurel Fork Rustic Resort website and they have awesome log homes with all the amenities (plasma tv's, hot tubs, fully furnished kitchens, 2 bathrooms), private stalls at most homes, trails from your home to the Big South Fork. I think the smallest I looked at slept 6, on up to 10 or 12, I think. Perfect for the trailrider that doesn't like to 'rough it'! Have fun and ride safe!
Comment by Robert on October 19, 2009 at 8:25am
Hey Karen, You should check out Laurel Fork Rustic Resort it is a GREAT place. It will have fully furnished log homes for rent. They are reasonably priced and have a great place. True West is a great lace also. They have a apartment type room and a cabin for rent. They are in a great part of the park that you can ride to some great trail heads.
Comment by Dave & Donna on October 19, 2009 at 7:58am
Karen - Check out True West Campground. They have a suite above the office that sleeps 6 and a cabin that the occupancy is 4. The trails are right there and Mark & Sue are great. We camp with them quite often and always have a great time!
Comment by Lee Stevens on October 19, 2009 at 7:15am
Hello Karen,
Here at Timber Ridge Horse Campground we have small inexpensive cabins, one that sleeps two and one that sleeps 4. You ride right from your cabin into the trails. You never need to trailer, we are adjacent to the Big South Fork and have three trail heads that leave our camp ground. Your horses are stabled close to the cabins, take a minute and go to www.timberridgehorsecampground.com. We would love to have you here for your Birthday!!!
Comment by Vicki S on October 19, 2009 at 12:18am
Karen, Catoosa RIdge has a few cabins for rent check out their webiste. There is the option of East Fork Stables, Also up in Spruce Creek there is a lovely cabin down the road from ours that is at www.kickinbackcabin.com
You may also want to try the Jamestown Chamber of commerce I bet they could give you a list of rental cabins. Good Luck. Vicki

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