Nestled in the remote mountains of Tuckasegee NC, Running Cedar Springs is a 60-acre tract of beautiful forest just miles from the picturesque Blue Ridge Parkway. Stay with us and the world will disappear, or venture out for a multitude of easy day trips to experience the charm and scenery of NC and Tennessee.
Although we are remote, we are obviously not immune to COVID-19. So here are a few things we can do together to ensure the safety and health of all RCS guests:
I hope you enjoy your stay,
Mary Ann Haskett, Owner, Running Cedar Springs
Or see all the fun activities to do in the area.
Our cabins are tucked away and stocked full to make your stay the perfect escape.
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See for yourself what makes our cabin retreats second-to-none.
In your 700 square foot cabin you will find: 1 King bedroom, 1 full bath and a sleeping loft with a queen bed, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, Heat/AC, full size washer/dryer, indoor wood stove, outdoor fire pit and grill, board games, puzzles, books, tree swings, picnic tables and corn hole - no WIFI feature gives our guests the luxury of being completely 'unplugged.'
AVAILABLE IN SUMMER 2021
In your 800 square foot cabin you will find: 2 King bedrooms, 1 full bath, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, Heat/AC, full size washer/dryer, indoor cozy wood stove, outdoor fire pit and grill, board games, puzzles, books and plenty of places on the grounds to relax and unwind. Tree swings, picnic tables and corn hole. Or spend the day inside playing board games sitting by the fire.
AVAILABLE IN FALL 2021
The perfect shelter for that outdoor gathering with open greenway and firepit nearby.
Let us know if you have an event coming later this year and we'll happily pre-book you for our brand new venue.
30 miles from Highlands, NC – quick day trip via NC-107 S and US-64W
20 miles from Cashiers, NC – quick day trip via NC-107 S
70 miles from Pigeon Forge, TN through the gorgeous Great Smokies Park– another fun day trip
15 miles via NC-107 N from Sylva, Dillsboro and Cullowhee.
RCS is directly across from Bear Lake Public Access – perfect for small boats, canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards.
Visit the Nantahala Outdoor Center Adventures or for the holidays, take the Polar Express.