Noah Bud Ogle Cabin, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

4.7
#22 of 54 in Things to do in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Historic Walking Area · Architectural Building
Create an itinerary including Noah Bud Ogle Cabin
Find yourself transported back in time at Noah Bud Ogle Cabin and discover what life was like for the pioneers in the Appalachian Mountains. The cabin of a "saddlebag" type--two similar cabins joined by a single chimney--is a rare structure within a typical 19th-century Southern Appalachian mountain homestead. You can see that the two cabins weren't built at the same time if you look at the unleveled roof. Inside the cabin, you won't find any furnishings but you can still enjoy some interesting original features, such as a tiny window for chicken near the floor and fireplaces made of rubble. Noah Bud Ogle Cabin is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , world travel planner Edition.
Create a full itinerary - for free!

Noah Bud Ogle Cabin reviews

Rate this attraction
TripAdvisor traveler rating
TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.5
217 reviews
Google
4.7
TripAdvisor
  • I visited this area on a mild (as in 60+ degree) day in January. Purchased the guide for $0.50 and read up on the history of the place. The buildings are just basic structures that are open all the... 
    I visited this area on a mild (as in 60+ degree) day in January. Purchased the guide for $0.50 and read up on the history of the place. The buildings are just basic structures that are open all the...  more »
  • I have driven by this homestead many times, but this is the first time I got out of the car. I'm so glad I did, and I will return in future years. The log house and barn made me reflect on my... 
    I have driven by this homestead many times, but this is the first time I got out of the car. I'm so glad I did, and I will return in future years. The log house and barn made me reflect on my...  more »
Google
  • This little cabin, like the Walker Sisters, gives insight to the life mountain families built for themselves. It's humbling and educational. Being so close and able to touch a part of history is an extreme privilege. The scenery is just breathtaking. I suggest going early in the morning to truly soak up the peace and serenity of the area.
  • Been stopping here for 20 years! Just some rich history of the area! You can feel it as your taken back in time while you walk the trail around the cabins! Kid friendly!

Plan your trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park

  • Get a personalized trip
    A full day by day itinerary based on your preferences
  • Customize it
    Refine your trip. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Manage it
    Everything in one place. Everyone on the same page.