Elijah Oliver Cabin
The Elijah Oliver Cabin is a historic cabin located on the Wet Bottom Trail in Townsend, TN. The cabin was built in the late 19th century and was originally used as a residence for the Oliver family who were among the first settlers in the area. The Wet Bottom Trail is a popular hiking trail that winds through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The trail is approximately 6.4 miles long and is considered moderately difficult with some steep climbs and rocky terrain. The Elijah Oliver Cabin is located near the middle of the trail, making it a popular destination for hikers. The cabin is open to the public, and visitors can step inside to see the historic furnishings and artifacts that tell the story of life in the Great Smoky Mountains during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.