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Top Secret Trail
Top Secret is waiting for you: a trail of secrets hidden among the scenic wilds of the Upper Cumberland Plateau. Immerse yourself in early Knoxville history by touring Blount Mansion, James White Fort and Bleak House, General Longstreet’s 1863 Battle of Knoxville headquarters. ...more

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Trovelhead's Thunder Canyon
Written Directions: From Parsons take Hwy. 69 North 11 miles. ...more

Region:  Middle Tennessee
City:  Lexington, TN
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Two Wheel'n the Smokies
Two Wheel'n the Smokies Custom Bike Show, Ride & RallyrnApril 12-13, 2013rnTownsend, TNrnrnIf you love motorcycles, then Townsend, TN, is the place to be this Spring for Two Wheel'n the Smokies! Join us in the Great Smoky Mountains for the Southeast’s premier custom bike show, ride and rally featuring the finest professional and amateur bikes. One-Off Customs, Cruisers, Touring, Cafe Racers, Antique and Sport Bikes battle it out at the picturesque Talley Ho Inn for cool trophies and other valuable prizes (not to mention braggin’ rights) at this inaugural event. ...more

Region:  Knoxville & Middle East
City:  Knoxville, TN
Phone:  (180) 048-7333

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U.S Highway 33
Hwy 33 takes you to Sneedville, originally called “Greasy Rock” for a popular spot where hunters dressed skins and piled meat on a large rock. Once the seat of Hancock County, it was named Sneedville to honor W. ...more

Region:  East Tennessee
City:  Sneedville, TN
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U.S. Highway 31
On Highway 31, you’ll pass through small communities of Treadway and Mooresburg, and catch a glimpse of beautiful Cherokee Lake. The first mile of US 31 in Tennessee runs on I-65. ...more

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City:  Treadway, TN
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U.S. Highway Hwy 70: Alumwell, Eidson & Kyles Ford
Note these small communities as you pass through Hawkins and Hancock Counties: Alumwell, known as Alum Well when it received its first post office in 1870; Kyles Ford, receiv- ing their post office in 1871 and the nearby Clinch River; and Eidson, which received their post office in 1881. ...more

Region:  East Tennessee
City:  Kyles Ford, TN
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Whistle Stop Route
This ride is through small towns and hills of Tennessee. There is great scenery and the towns are great stops for antiques, local cafes, and railroad depots. ...more

Region:  Middle Tennessee
City:  Tullahoma, TN
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Woodlands Trace Byway
Running along a ridge of land between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley, Woodlands Trace is a beautiful, easy drive in rolling terrain with opportunities to pull off and explore seasonal splendors of nature on your own or at developed interpretive facilities such as the 1850 Homeplace and the Bison range overlook. This 43-mile passageway blossoms with trees and flowers in the spring, a green canopy in the summer, brilliant foliage in the fall, and a clear view of the hardwood forest in the winter. ...more

Region:  Nashville & Surrounding Areas
City:  Dover, TN
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