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Doe Mountain Recreation & Outdoor Adventure

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The Doe Mountain Recreation Area consists of more than 8,600 acres of rugged mountain wilderness, just outside the aptly-named town of Mountain City, Tennessee in the heart of Appalachia. More than 50 miles of multi-use trails accommodate ATV, UTV (Side by Side) and dirt bike riders, in addition to a growing network of foot and mountain bike trails.

Recently named on of Northeast Tennessee’s Top Trail Towns, Mountain City sits halfway between Boone, North Carolina and Bristol, Tennessee. Visitors will be rewarded with panoramic views off the 60-foot historic Kettlefoot Fire Lookout Tower, standing high atop Doe Mountain at 3,889 feet ASL.

The trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset, with several local outlets offering permits in addition to the Adventure Center at 1203 Harbin Hill Road, open Thursday through Monday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. More information on permits, trails and tours can be found online at www.DoeMountainTN.com

For additional information about 'things to do', 'places to stay', and 'shopping and dinning', we invite you to call the Johnson County Welcome Center & Museum at (423) 727-5800 or visit www.johnsoncountytn.org - We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Doe Mountain scenic trail image
More than 50 miles of multiuse trails accommodate ATV, UTV (Side by Side) and dirt bike riders, in addition to a growing network of foot and mountain bike trails.
Kettlefoot Fire Lookout Tower
This 60-foot historic Kettlefoot Fire Lookout Tower, stands high atop Doe Mountain at 3,889 feet ASL.
Mountain biker on trail
Scenic View from Kettlefoot Fire Lookout Tower
This breathtaking view is from the Scenic View from the Kettlefoot Fire Lookout Tower
ATV riders at base of Kettlefoot Fire Lookout Tower
Doe Mountain Recreation & Outdoor Adventure

1203 Harbin Hill Road
Mountain City, TN 37683

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Admission Rates
OHV Rates: $18-daily pass rate or $60 for annual pass
Dates Closed
open year-round
Hours
The trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset, with several local outlets offering permits in addition to the Adventure Center at 1203 Harbin Hill Road, open Thursday through Monday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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