5 Best Places to Stay in Ducktown, TN

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Ducktown, Tennessee is a tiny little town with a big river that runs through it. The Ocoee River once hosted the 1996 white water Olympics. Since then, people from all over the world flock there to get in on some white water action. There aren’t a lot of places to stay in Ducktown, but Carolina Ocoee ferreted them out for you. Below are the 5 best places to stay in Ducktown, TN and surrounding area. 

The Cabins at Copperhill

cabin in the woods at copperhill tn in ocoeeThe Cabins at Copperhill is about 9 miles from the Ocoee River and white water rafting. 

Their cabins offer rustic charm in a mountain setting with plenty of adventure in the surrounding area. They have cabins with multiple rooms to accommodate a large family and smaller cabins for that cozy little getaway for couples. Rocking chairs are perfect for sitting out on the porch in the evening after supper to unwind before another day of fun in the Cherokee National Forest. If tranquility is what you seek, The Cabins at Copperhill is the perfect place to stay in Ducktown, Tennessee.


Ocoee River Inn

White and stone building of Ocoee River Inn ducktown

The Ocoee River Inn is conveniently located in Ducktown with a grocery store and fast food within walking distance. If you’re coming in for a day trip of white water rafting with Carolina Ocoee, this is a good place to spend the night. With a short drive to McCaysville and Ducktown you’ll find unique shops and a variety of places to dine if fast food isn’t what you’re craving at the moment. The Ocoee River Inn recently installed brand new mattresses, carpet, and TVs!  


Company House Bed & Breakfast

Company white house bed and breakfast

The Company House Bed & Breakfast is located in the Copper Basin area of the Southern Appalachian Mountains less than 5 minutes from Carolina Ocoee’s raft outpost, which is less than a 5 minute drive to the Middle Ocoee put-in. It’s located in Ducktown, Tennessee near shopping and dining. Come stay with them, sit on their porch in a rocking chair, and admire the views as you relax. 


Copperhead Lodge & Resort

copperhead lodge resort in pasture in TN

If you don’t mind a little bit of a drive (about 40 minutes from the Ocoee River), Copperhead Lodge & Resort is a lovely place to stay. Located in the North Georgia mountains, their creekside cabins are the perfect place to unwind and watch a sunset after a day of hiking adventures and a white water rafting trip down the Ocoee River. Take a leisure drive in the mountains or enjoy music at their amphitheater.  They’ve recently renovated their lodge rooms to make your stay more comfortable and cozy!


Stone Pine Lodge

stone pine lodge overlooking blue ridge tn mountain

About 20 minutes from Ducktown, Tennessee in Blue Ridge, Georgia, The Stone Pine Lodge is an awesome choice for your mountain vacation. Their state-of-the-art accommodations are rival to none. A family room and game room keep you comfortable and entertained when you’re not out on an escapade–be it white water rafting with Carolina Ocoee, or hiking the many trails in the area, or zip lining through the trees, or riding a scenic train. Room for 11 guests makes it the perfect place for a large family or a group of friends. This cabin has everything you need from a fully functional kitchen to the spectacular view. 

Ducktown, Tennessee is close to Copperhill, Tennessee, McCaysville, Georgia, Blue Ridge, Georgia and Murphy, North Carolina. You are sure to find the perfect place for your vacation needs. While booking a place to stay, don’t forget to book your white water rafting trip with Carolina Ocoee!


Margaret Marr, is a local author of paranormal, mystery, and suspense laced with romance. She has written over 15 books available on Amazon. 


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