Looking for a place to escape and unwind in the North Georgia Mountains? Welcome to Wanderer’s Den! This charming vacation rental cabin is located in the Big Canoe Community, offering a long list of amenities — including pools, hiking trails, tennis courts, waterfalls, restaurants, a spa and fitness center, a golf course, lakes, and so much more! Find 3 comfortable bedrooms, 2 convenient bathrooms, space to sleep up to 6 guests, and fun extras at your Big Canoe rental.
This pet-friendly cabin rental in Jasper, GA, is cozy inside, with a stacked stone fireplace, a flatscreen TV, plush seating, and windows with wooded and mountain views in the living room. A fully equipped kitchen nearby features warm wood cabinets, full-size appliances, glasses and dishware, cooking tools, utensils, and more. Enjoy coffee or a meal at the high-top table or take your plate outside to dine on the deck.
In the game room — aka the rec loft — browse books and board games, challenge someone to foosball, let the kids express themselves through art, or relax and unwind. Bedrooms offer deck access, TVs, fans, and a mix of king and queen beds. And this Blue Ridge Mountain cabin has free Wi-Fi, keyless entry, and a washer/dryer for added convenience.
Outside at your cabin rental in Big Canoe, fire up the grill for a barbecue, sit back in the cushioned seats, soak in mountain views, and sip moonshine at the outdoor table on the main deck. Unwind in the rockers on the screened deck downstairs — in view of the fenced yard for dogs. Or sway on the front porch swing with a good book or a friend in the fresh mountain air.
In view of the peaceful mountain views and tree-studded scenery outside, the warm and welcoming living room invites you to take it easy for a while. Between the Jasper Marble Festival, wine tastings, waterfall hikes, horseback riding, and shopping downtown, you’ll appreciate a cozy place to curl up at the end of the day.
On your family vacation or mountain retreat with friends, enjoy movie entertainment with the big screen TV at your Big Canoe cabin. When it’s cooler in the North Georgia Mountains, light a few logs in the wood-burning fireplace to make the space extra cozy! With an open concept, everyone can stay connected, and the log cabin features, like a planked ceiling and exposed beams, help create a classic mountain experience.
Ready to whip up a hearty breakfast, chop veggies for lunch, or reheat leftovers from The Old Mulehouse for dinner? Bright and inviting, the full kitchen at your cabin rental in Big Canoe has everything you need! From major and minor appliances to pots and pans, all you need to bring is food and drinks. There’s even a Keurig for single cups of your favorite hot beverages, including coffee, herbal tea, and cocoa.
Whether you’re enjoying fresh treats from a North Georgia peach orchard, a lovely meal with family, or midnight margaritas with the girls, the high-top table in the dining area just off the kitchen is super convenient. During the daytime, enjoy plenty of natural light plus views of the trees and rolling hills. The overhead chandelier offers warm light at night to continue the good times.
The dining space at your Big Canoe vacation rental is also useful for work, homeschooling, crafts, card games, or puzzles.
For more fun at your Big Canoe cabin rental, head up the stairs to the rec loft — your game room! Play friendly matches at the foosball table or choose something from the cabin’s board game selection to set up at the round table. There are also a few books and puzzles for more options. Host a game tournament with family and friends on your mountain getaway!
When planning your North Georgia vacation, selecting a rental home that works for your group’s sleeping arrangements is important. Wanderer’s Den is a 3-bedroom cabin — with a mix of 2 king-size beds plus 1 queen-size bed. All bedrooms offer direct access to one of the decks and feature their own TV and ceiling fan for added comfort.
There are 2 bathrooms with shower/tub combos, allowing up to 6 guests to stay comfortable at this mountain vacation home in the Big Canoe Community. Enjoy a hot shower or bubble bath before slipping into your comfiest PJs and curling up with your partner or a good book in bed. Then wake up to coffee on the deck before preparing for another relaxing day in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Between fishing excursions with Georgia Wild Trout, ziplining through the treetops, or riding horses in the Chattahoochee National Forest, enjoy your own outdoor spaces at this Big Canoe cabin rental with mountain views. Unwind with tea or coffee in a rocking chair on the screened deck with hanging Edison bulb lights for evening sips and chats. Take the dogs out for a run in the fenced yard. And light the gas grill for cookouts on the open deck and dine at the outdoor table.
On the front porch of your semi-private vacation rental, there’s a swing where you can read books, drink cocktails, or enjoy a little alone time with your spouse. Hanging lights make this space ideal in the evenings as well. At the bottom of the steep, paved driveway (parks 3 at the top), you’ll find a small mountain stream. And there are only 4 steps to reach the porch when unpacking or loading the cars.
Yes, this pet-friendly cabin rental in Big Canoe welcomes fur babies to join your Appalachian retreat in North Georgia. There’s even a fenced yard for Fido to run, fetch, and play! Additional amenities include a washer and dryer to freshen up towels and clothes as needed, fast and free Wi-Fi to stay connected, plus self check-in and checkout with keyless entry.
In addition to the great amenities at Wanderer’s Den, guests will have access to a marina, waterfalls and hiking trails, swimming pools and a rockslide, tennis courts, exclusive restaurants, a championship golf course, tennis courts, and more in the Big Canoe Community! There’s even a hot tub and sauna in the fitness center, a dog park, playgrounds, playfields, and scenic drives with breathtaking mountain views.
You can play racquetball and beach volleyball, go mountain biking and kayaking, or cast a line at Lake Sconti. There’s also Lake Petit for boating and Lake Disharoon for swimming, paddleboarding, and sunbathing with stunning lake views. The multimillion-dollar clubhouse offers a fully stocked bar and restaurant. There are so many fun things to do while staying at your mountain hideaway in Big Canoe!
Near Big Canoe, downtown Jasper offers seasonal events, eateries, wine tastings, and shopping. For more options, you can also visit Dawsonville, Marble Hill, Talking Rock, Ellijay, Dahlonega, or Helen. And the Chattahoochee National Forest boasts many outdoor activities for all ages — including geocaching, scenic drives, picnicking riverside, wildlife spotting, hiking, biking, and fly fishing.
Georgia Racing Hall of Fame
Take a fun self-guided tour of famous cars, including antiques from the 1930s and NASCAR legends!
Mountainside Antique Mall
Find hidden treasures at this local antique store — with over 65 vendor booths across 10,000 square feet.
First Mountain Tasting Room
Sample fine wines from around the world, smoke cigars, or get a cold craft beer on tap at this downtown establishment.
While some amenities in the Big Canoe Community are free, others may require an on-site fee — please note this is not included in the rental price.
All Big Canoe amenities are provided and managed through a third party. Georgia Cabins for YOU is not liable for amenity availability, maintenance, downtime, or closures under any circumstances.
- Communal Pool
- Fishing nearby
- Lake Access
- Mountain View
- Pet Friendly
- Rocking Chairs
We loved our stay.
We loved our stay. The house was exactly as pictured and very clean. I travelled with my kids and our dog – all three of the kids made comments at various points about how comfortable the beds were – they came up with inventive ways of taking them home as “souvenirs”. 🙂 The porches were great, having both a screened in one & open one was nice. The house was well stocked – every kitchen utensil we could have needed was available, having a washer/dryer to use was convenient and the game room had a nice selection even my college age kids enjoyed. WiFi worked flawlessly and having multiple tvs made it easy to spread out and relax. Heads up to future travelers: the driveway is NO JOKE. I drive a Ford Explorer with side rails and a low profile. It was intimidating to get up the driveway and required a heavy foot on both the gas and the brake. I would not want to try it in winter. You have to drive everywhere in Big Canoe which we did not expect. We saw a bear and tons of deer!