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Address: 222 West Main St Mountain City, TN 37683 Contact Email: prudhommerk@centurylink.net Phone: (423) 202-4386
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Mountain City, situated in Johnson County, TN, is known as the place of "The First Sunrise in Tennessee", as we are situated in the most eastern part of the state in the high elevations of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. We are also the home of "The Snake" motorcycle and biking trail; the home of "Doe Mountain Recreation", an 8,600 acre multi-use recreactioanl outdoor adventure destination; home of "Backbone Rock", a natural bridge; home to some of the most outstanding parts of the Appalachian Trail; and are situated in the Cherokee National Forest area! With an award winning golf course- "RedTail Mountain Resort"; an award winning winery - "Watauga Lake Winery", award winning Bed & Breakfast lodging facilities; wonderful entertainment at our vibrant "Heritage Hall Theatre"; pristine "Watauga Lake", the nation's 3d cleanest lake for all your water sports, boating, and fishing desires; featured Antique Malls ("Antiques Road Show" & "American Pickers"); unique shopping and dinning experiences, it's no wonder that Johnson County is quickly becoming the number one tourism destination in east Tennessee! For more information please visit www.johnsoncountytn.org, and for more information about "Doe Mountain Recreation" visit www.doesmountain.org We look forward to seeing you soon!



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City: Mountain City, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Northeast


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