At Black Bear Ridge Resort, clean-up is underway at 6 cabins while 35 have not been touched.
June 17 marks three months since the Pigeon Forge cabin fire.
The fire destroyed 73 structures and resulted in more than $11 million worth of damages.
Since then, clean-up has been underway.
The Sevier County building inspector is overseeing the process.
The fire affected 54 cabins at Black Bear Ridge Resort.
In three months, 13 cabins have been completely cleaned up, 6 are in different stages of clean-up, and 35 have not been touched.
Black Bear Ridge Resort Homeowners Association (HOA) said it could take 5 to 6 months before rebuilding begins.
"Some of the challenges have been keeping the roads intact because we did not realize how much support the houses were giving the roads. And so a part of the challenge has been to reclaim those burned down lots and make sure, with the help of a structural engineer, to keep the right walls standing so that the roads don't collapse," said Martha Walker, with the HOA Board of Directors.
If owners choose to rebuild, HOA said they can do so with the same spacing.
However, Sevier County is considering additional sprinkler systems for cabins over two stories and exterior steps that would run from top to bottom.
For now, the focus is on clean-up.
"People are coming to Black Bear Ridge Resort just like they were before. We have a new normal," Walker said.
Walker said the cabins are booked up.
"We'll be back. It's not going to keep us away. You know we love it up here," said Robin and Tim Weathers, who stayed at a cabin surrounded by empty lots and rubble.
HOA Property Manager Stephanie Whaley said the middle of June is when things normally pick up at Black Bear Ridge Resort.