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Take a journey through some of East Tennessee’s beautiful scenery and best-kept secrets. You’ll start your trip in Knoxville, then set off into the Upper Cumberland Plateau and the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, where you’ll explore the area’s culture, marvel at the landscape, and sample some home cooking.

Visit Knoxville

Sports

Learn all about the city's attractions here. This spot serves as a platform for all that is unique about Knoxville —gifts, music & food. Catch WDVX's live Blue Plate Special broadcast, free to all visitors. The acclaimed radio show has a worldwide fan base and has drawn an astonishing array of musicians, from local unknowns to major stars like banjo wizard Bela Fleck and Australian guitarist Tommy Emmanuel to play for the casual lunchtime crowd.

Visit Knoxville

301 S. Gay St.
Knoxville, TN 37902

865-523-7263

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Market Square

Arts & Entertainment

This historic district has stories to tell dating all the way back to 1854. The area has served as a farmer's market, commercial district, political stage and cultural center; home to Confederates and Unionists, saloonkeepers and prohibitionists; and witness and host to great American history. Roy Acuff got his start here, as did Elvis Presley. Stroll the sidewalks and duck into charming cafes, gift shops, pubs and more in this vibrant and eccentric district.

Market Square

Downtown
Wall Avenue to Union Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37902

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World's Fair Park

Point of Interest

This was the site of the 1982 World's Fair, a six-month exposition and global event featuring new technologies in energy and conservation. Attendance was recorded at 11,127,786 visitors; it was the last successful World's Fair held in the U.S. Today, the park is home to the Knoxville Convention Center, the East Tennessee Veterans Memorial, and more.

World's Fair Park

913 Clinch Ave.
TN
United States

Knoxville Museum of Art

Museums

Get your fill of awe-inspiring works of contemporary 20th- and 21st-century art in four galleries dedicated to design, emerging artists, a wonderful permanent collection and thematic group exhibitions. Admission is free, and you'll find live music almost every Friday night. Walk next door for a sweet snack at the Candy Factory, home to some of the South's finest chocolates with a history dating to 1917. Knoxville Museum of Art 1050 World's Fair Park Dr., Knoxville Candy Factory 1060 World's Fair Park Dr., Knoxville 865-522-2049

Knoxville Museum of Art

1050 Worlds Fair Park Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37916

865-525-6101

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University of Tennessee Football

Sports

Founded in 1794, UT was the first non-sectarian institution of higher learning established in the U.S. It boasts an expansive campus with grand architecture. Drive or stroll the area and enjoy these highlights: Neyland Stadium, Thompson-Boling Arena, the iconic Torchbearer Statue in Circle Park, Frank H. McClung Museum, featuring decorative arts and natural and local history, and the UT Gardens. Neyland Stadium, Thompson-Boling Arena, Phillip Fulmer Way Frank H. McClung Museum, 1327 Circle Park Dr., 865-974-2144 UT Gardens, Corner of Neyland Dr. & Jacob Dr., 865-974-8265

University of Tennessee Football

1235 Phillip Fulmer Way
Knoxville, TN 37996

1 (800) 332-VOLS

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Volunteer Landing

Fun & Games

Ignored for years after the riverboat era, the Tennessee Riverfront now supports this landscaped walkway featuring a restaurant, boarding for Three Rivers Rambler train rides, the Star of Knoxville excursion riverboat, NavCal River Rides and the Volunteer Princess yacht. The landing is also an anchor of Knoxville's bicycle/pedestrian greenway system, which stretches deep into West Knoxville. Rent a bike or a boat at Outdoor Knoxville Adventure Center. Three Rivers Rambler: 865-524-9411 Tennessee Riverboat Co.: 865-525-7827, 800-509-2628 Volunteer Princess Cruises: 865-541-4556 Outdoor Knoxville Adventure Center, 900 Volunteer Landing Ln., 865-523-0066

Volunteer Landing

500 Neyland Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37902

865-215-8161

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Crescent Bend

Point of Interest

Also known as the Armstrong- Lockett House, this 1834 home was once the centerpiece of a 600-acre farm. Today, it displays decorative arts from the 17th and 18th centuries, including 1832 French wallpaper intended for President Andrew Jackson's Nashville home, valued at $500,000. The superstitious Jacksons never hung it because it had been rescued from a burning barge. Stroll the grounds among the site's five magnificent fountains, nine beautiful terraces and formal Italian gardens.

Crescent Bend

2728 Kingston Pk.
TN
United States

Oak Ridge

Explore Tennessee

This "Secret City" once housed more than 75,000 people at the peak of the Manhattan Project, the top-secret mission to develop the atomic bomb and people in neighboring towns had no idea that the town even existed. Military police manned the gates, and guardhouses were set up along the fence line surrounding the site; three remain today.

Oak Ridge

American Museum of Science & Energy

Museums

Telling the story of Oak Ridge, the Manhattan Project and the atomic age in vivid detail, this is a great place to learn the significance of this small community's efforts in changing the world. Take part in hands-on activities and get an in-depth look of the movement that made this area into what it is today.

American Museum of Science & Energy

115 Main Street East
Oak Ridge, TN 37830

865-294-4531

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Manhattan Project National Historical Park

History

Manhattan Project National Historical Park tells the story about the people, events, science, and engineering that led to the creation of the atomic bomb, which helped end World War II.

Manhattan Project National Historical Park

461 W Outer Dr
Oak Ridge, TN 37830

(865) 482-1942

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International Friendship Bell

History

A gift from the citizens to their city for Oak Ridge's 50th birthday celebration, this was the first monument between a U.S. Manhattan Project city and Japan. The bell serves as an expression of hope for everlasting peace, designed in Oak Ridge and cast in Japan from solid bronze. The artwork on the traditional Japanese bell depicts commonalities between Tennessee and Japan including official flowers, trees, and birds and symbolizes international friendship. The bell, in AK Bissell Park (point 13), is easily accessible so all citizens of the world can ring the bell for peace.

International Friendship Bell

Badger Ave. at A.K. Bissell Park
Oak Ridge, TN 37830

865-482-7821

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AK Bissell Park

Point of Interest

Learn more about Oak Ridge's WWII history with a stroll through this park named after the city's first mayor. The Secret City Commemorative Walk on the east end of the park was built in 2005 and pays homage to the businesses and workers of the Manhattan Project whose efforts helped end the war. Each June, the park is home to the annual Secret City Festival, featuring the South's largest WWII reenactment. You might also spend some time in the Oak Ridge Library, researching more about this historic town in the Oak Ridge Room.

AK Bissell Park

Between Badger Ave., ORAU Way & Oak Ridge Trnpk.
TN
United States

Oak Ridge Welcome Center

Point of Interest

This original Manhattan Project building was once home to the Midtown Community Center, also known as Wildcat Den,— a recreation hall and hang out for most of the youth living "behind the fence." Today, you can pick up area brochures and see a recreated dorm room as well as original maps, photos and artifacts from the Manhattan Project.

Oak Ridge Welcome Center

102 Robertsville Rd. Ste. C/Traffic light 11
TN
United States

Children's Museum of Oak Ridge

Museums

Whether you're a child or a child at heart, this museum offers a unique hands-on way of learning about the Appalachian and Manhattan Project heritage of East Tennessee. Play in a child-size doll house, experience the wonders of a rain forest or be the conductor of a train, it's only up to your imagination.

Children's Museum of Oak Ridge

461 W. Outer Dr.
Oak Ridge, TN 37830

865-482-1074

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K-25 Overlook/East Tennessee Technology Park

Point of Interest

This overlook and park is located across from the now idle K-25 gaseous diffusion plant. Displays and video tell the story of the plant from its Manhattan Project days to the end of the Cold War.

K-25 Overlook/East Tennessee Technology Park

Hwy 58
TN
United States

Watts Bar Lake

Outdoor Activities

One of the South's largest and most scenic lakes, Watts Bar provides over 39,000 acres of water and 800 shoreline miles for outdoor adventure. Enjoy world-class fishing, lakeside resorts, dining, boating, swimming and more. Kingston has a perfect vantage point to view the lake near the intersection of Hwy 58 and Hwy 70 with picnicking areas available.

Watts Bar Lake

Hwy. 58/Hwy. 70
1209 N. Kentucky Street
Kingston, TN 37763

865-376-4201

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Roane County Museum of History & Archives

History

One of only seven remaining Antebellum courthouses in the state, this 1855 structure combines Greek Revivalist and Federalist styles, using native lumber and bricks made on site by slaves. No nails were used in the original structure. Now owned by the Roane County Heritage Commission, it houses the Roane County Museum and archives.

Roane County Museum of History & Archives

119 Court St.
Kingston, TN 37763

865-376-9211

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Roane County Visitors Bureau

Welcome Centers

Stop in for a restaurant guide, current events listing, area brochure and map; the view of Watts Bar Lake is worth a visit on its own. Enjoy the lakeside picnic table while planning your next stop. Office open Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-5p.m.; info available 24/7.

Roane County Visitors Bureau

1209 N Kentucky Street
Kingston, TN 37763

865-376-2093

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Rockwood

Explore Tennessee

This quaint historic area is filled with antique and specialty shops, home cooking and fine dining, all within a city block. Time your visit just right and you'll catch Yonder Hollow, a live bluegrass show the first Saturday night of each month. Park and walk to visit point 26. Yonder Hollow Productions: 865-250-6718

Rockwood

Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Museum

Point of Interest

This 1936 Craftsman-style building is believed to be the oldest THP station in East Tennessee. Because Kingston Avenue was once the major connector to much of East Tennessee, this facility was used until 1952 to patrol the Dixie Highway. It now houses a museum honoring the highway patrol. Featuring a native Crab Orchard stone exterior, there are only two of its kind in the state. The other one is in Crossville, a stop on the Promised Land: Pilgrimage to Presidents Trail.

Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Museum

500 S. Gateway Ave.
TN
United States

Harriman

Explore Tennessee

Established as a utopian town in 1890 by the East Tennessee Land Company, this community was founded on "the belief in temperance can be commercialized for business profit and the betterment of mankind." People came by horse and wagon, train, riverboat and foot to reach the town's "Great Land Sale" in February of 1890 and most towns grew gradually over a period of time; Harriman exploded from just two farms to a city of nearly 4,000 residents in just two years.

Harriman

Temperance Building/Harriman Heritage Museum

Point of Interest

This museum is housed in the magnificent brick Temperance Building, once home to the American Temperance University. You'll find a wide assortment of artifacts, photos and memorabilia to help you get a glimpse into Harriman's past. Open by appointment.

Temperance Building/Harriman Heritage Museum

802 N. Roane St. (Hwy 27)
TN
United States

Cornstalk Heights Historic District

History

This beautiful district features over 100 homes and structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors can take walking tours and view the Victorian architecture common during the period after the "Great Land Sale" of 1890. To experience life inside the homes, don't miss the Historic Harriman Christmas Tour held the second weekend in December. To hear chilling stories about some of these residences, attend the Haunting of Harriman, a guided walking tour held the second weekend in October.

Cornstalk Heights Historic District

Begins at Morgan Ave. and Roane St. Ends Morgan and Georgia St.
Harriman, TN 37748

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Princess Theatre

Event Venue

This historic theatre is one of only a few Art Deco theatres still standing today. It is now the Princess Performing Arts, Education & Conference Center, offering movies, plays, live music and education year-round.

Princess Theatre

421 North Roane Street
Harriman, TN 37748

(865) 591-6324

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Oliver Springs

Point of Interest

Founded in 1830 and first known as Winter's Gap, this town was later named after Richard Oliver, its first postmaster, and the natural mineral springs that were nearby. A resort hotel was built near the springs, catering to wealthy guests from all over the nation who came to drink and bathe in the water. Sadly, the grand resort burned in 1905 but the ticket booth still stands at point 36. Oliver Springs now caters to off-road enthusiasts.

Oliver Springs

37840 TN
United States

Oliver Springs Library and Archives

History

An 1897 train depot, this public library and museum houses historical artifacts and historic photos, as well as the original hotel ticket booth. Visit a restored Southern Railway caboose, horse-drawn fire wagon and 1950 Oliver Springs fire truck next door.

Oliver Springs Library and Archives

610 Walker Ave.
Oliver Springs, TN 37840

865-435-2509

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Windrock Park Off-Highway Vehicle Area

Point of Interest

Here, you'll find 72,000 acres of off-road adventure for the entire family with picturesque views of Tennessee's mountains and valleys. Explore over 300 miles of trails for hikers, ATVs, off-highway vehicles (OHV), motorcycles, mountain bikes and horses. See Outdoor listing for OHV rental info.

Windrock Park Off-Highway Vehicle Area

555 Windrock Rd.
TN
United States

Black Valley Public Library - "Smallest in the USA"

Museums

This 1956 building measures just six feet by five feet, and served as the town's library for many years. Stop in to learn the entire story of the famous little library here.

Black Valley Public Library - "Smallest in the USA"

112 Jerry Jones Road
Coalfield, TN 37719

865-435-4275

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Devil’s Triangle

History

This is the most legendary motorcycle ride in the area, beginning at Brushy Mountain Prison on Hwy 116 heading back to Oliver Springs. The gorgeous 72-mile route is recommended for experienced and adventurous riders.

Devil’s Triangle

TN 62 & TN 116
Oliver Springs, TN 37840

800-768-7129

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Frozen Head State Park

Nature & Parks

These 24,000 acres contain some of the richest wildflower areas in the state, as well as one of the highest peaks in the state at 3,324 feet. In the winter, "Frozen Head" is often covered with snow or ice, even though the sun may be shining. Stroll or hike over 50 miles of foot trails with waterfalls and rock shelters, bring a picnic, or plan for camping. Seven thousand acres have been set aside for hunting; TWRA* regulations apply. Events throughout the year include Wildflower Walks in April; the Echo in the Mountain Bluegrass Festival in May and Heritage Days in August celebrating traditional Appalachian music and crafts. This is an access point for the Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail; learn more at point 42.

Frozen Head State Park

964 Flat Fork Rd.
Wartburg, TN 37887

423-346-3318

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Wartburg

Point of Interest

Founded in 1845 by 15 families of German-Swiss settlers, the town is named for the Wartburg Castle in Germany. Many area residents still hold the dream of replicating that famous castle here on a hilltop overlooking the city.

Wartburg

121 N Kingston St
37887 TN
United States

Morgan County Chamber of Commerce/ Visitors Center

Point of Interest

This is not only a great place to find info on the area, it's also an entry point for the Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park, a linear state park following the Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail. When completed, the trail will run from Cumberland Gap National Historical Park at the Tennessee/Kentucky border to Signal Point, a Civil War site perched above Chattanooga. The 300-mile route offers locations for hiking, camping and fishing; Wartburg is the only town through which the trail passes.

Morgan County Chamber of Commerce/ Visitors Center

3084 Morgan County Highway
TN
United States

Morgan County Tourism Alliance

Visitor Services

This 1904 courthouse has undergone several renovations, most recently in 2010. When you walk the perimeter, you will be walking on the Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail. Park and walk to visit points 43-45.

Morgan County Tourism Alliance

3804 Morgan County Hwy.
Wartburg, TN 37887

4233465700

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Obed Wild & Scenic River Visitors Center

Point of Interest

Learn all about this National River and its four streams: Daddy's Creek, Clear Creek, Emory River, and the Obed River, offering a rugged landscape of wild land and water found in few places in the Eastern U.S. Find info about the area, known for its spectacular gorges with 400-foot cliffs and tons of outdoor adventure, including hunting, hiking, and fishing; canoeing and kayaking; camping and picnicking; even rock climbing on the sheer sandstone bluffs. For a tamer experience, Lily Bluff Overlook provides a great view of the rugged river.

Obed Wild & Scenic River Visitors Center

208 N. Maiden Ln.
TN
United States

Rugby

Point of Interest

Nestled between the Big South Fork National Recreation Area and the Rugby State Natural Area, the town of Rugby is a rare example of a rural community with its original blueprint still intact. Perfectly preserved and restored to the utopian vision of its founder Thomas Hughes, it is one of the most authentically preserved historic villages in America.

Rugby

TN-52
TN
United States

Historic Rugby Visitors Center

Point of Interest

Begin your tour of would-be utopia here, where you'll watch a short film and take a guided tour of four original buildings. As you explore, don't miss Harrow Road Café, Rugby Commissary Museum Store, Spirit of Red Hill Nature Art & Oddiments and Carriage House Gallery.

Historic Rugby Visitors Center

5517 Rugby Hwy
TN
United States

Colditz Cove State Natural Area

Nature & Parks

Explore this 165-acre natural area, and take the 1.5-mile trail loop to beautiful Northrup Falls. It's one of the state's most stunning waterfalls, plunging more than 60 feet over a protruding rock ledge into a scenic, narrow gorge along Big Branch Creek. The waterfall is named for the family who settled here and operated a mill above the falls in the 1800s.

Colditz Cove State Natural Area

Northrup Falls Road,
Allardt, TN 38504

931-879-5821

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Highland Manor Winery

Point of Interest

Tennessee's oldest winery is known for producing award-winning, handcrafted wines. Take home a few bottles of your favorites, but be warned: you are limited to only one bottle of their most popular Muscadine Wine. If you want more, you'll have to add your name to the waiting list! Don't miss the gift shop, and enjoy events and live entertainment from time to time.

Highland Manor Winery

2965 S. York Hwy
TN
United States

Jamestown

Explore Tennessee

Established in 1828, this small town and the county it sits in are named for prominent politician James Fentress. The town itself was built on the site of a semi-permanent Cherokee village, and was later known as Sand Springs for its bubbling freshwater springs around the city. Explore the square and see the last remaining spring in Mark Twain City Park, just northeast of the courthouse.

Jamestown

Ye Ole Jail Museum

Museums

Constructed from local sandstone, this structure was used as a jail from 1900-1979. Original cells are intact for visitors to crawl in, close the door, and see what it was like to be behind the old bars. The site also houses the Fentress County Chamber of Commerce.

Ye Ole Jail Museum

114 Central Ave. W.
Jamestown, TN 38556

931-879-9948

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Jack Stoddart's Art Studio & Jammin' at Hippie Jacks Recording Studio

Point of Interest

"Hippie Jack" works hard to preserve the work of Americana singer-songwriters through a public television music series "Jammin' at Hippie Jack's," broadcast from this farm to over 70 million fans; about 1,000 folks come out for the live experience. Stop by Hippie Jack's any time, and be sure to visit the art studio, featuring local artists.

Jack Stoddart's Art Studio & Jammin' at Hippie Jacks Recording Studio

642 Shiloh Rd.
TN
United States

Governor A.H. Roberts Law Office

History

Tour the preserved original law office of A.H. Roberts, the 35th governor of Tennessee. He was instrumental in helping pass legislation giving women the right to vote.

Governor A.H. Roberts Law Office

114 East Main Street
Livingston, TN 38570

931-823-6421

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Livingston/Overton County Chamber of Commerce

Visitor Services

Stop in to learn more about what is happening in Livingston-Overton County.

Livingston/Overton County Chamber of Commerce

222 East Main Street
Livingston, TN 38570

931-823-6421

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Downtown Livingston

Point of Interest

Walk around this picturesque square, rich in history and filled with antique stores, restaurants and gift shops. The original 1835 Overton County Courthouse was burned by guerrillas during the Civil War to cover up evidence of pro-Confederate acts, and was rebuilt ca. 1868. Learn more at the site's Civil War Trails marker.

Downtown Livingston

100 E. Court Sq.
TN
United States

Holly Ridge Winery

Breweries, Distilleries, & Wineries

Since 1998, this family-owned and operated business has been producing award-winning wines from grapes grown in sloping vineyards on the property. Tour the beautiful acreage and taste for yourself, then choose a wonderful wine to take home.

Holly Ridge Winery

486 O'neal Road
Livingston, TN 38570

931-823-8375

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Standing Stone State Park & State Forest

Point of Interest

Explore nearly 11,000 acres of rugged terrain on a hilly portion of the Cumberland Plateau. Hilltop overlooks offer views of outstanding scenery, while deep wooded coves harbor abundant spring and summer wildflowers, and a wide variety of mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles. The park offers cabins, group lodges, a campground, gift shop, picnic pavilions, playgrounds and an amphitheater as well as boating, fishing, hiking and swimming. Note: Overton Lodge, 1 of 4 group lodges on site, is not accessible by motorcoach.

Standing Stone State Park & State Forest

1674 Standing Stone Park Hwy
TN
United States

Dale Hollow National Fish Hatchery

Point of Interest

On your way to the dam, visit the aquarium and museum at this site to learn all about its history and function. Get up close and personal with the species of native warm water fish used to stock the Tennessee Valley Authority lakes in Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama.

Dale Hollow National Fish Hatchery

50 Hatchery Rd.
TN
United States

Dale Hollow Dam & Lake

Point of Interest

This structure and the 52,000-acre lake it created are one of the country's top spots for fishing, boating and water activities today. As you drive across the dam, look to your left for a gorgeous view of the lake and to your right for a breathtaking picture of the Obey River flowing through the valley.

Dale Hollow Dam & Lake

Dale Hollow Dam Road
TN
United States

Sunset Marina & Resort

Outdoor Activities

This floating restaurant on Dale Hollow Lake specializing in BBQ, is part of a full-service facility featuring spectacular views and a ship's store with groceries, souvenirs, fishing gear, tackle, live bait, fishing permits, fuel and much more. Stay for dinner, stay for the day, or even stay for a week on a luxury houseboat.

Sunset Marina & Resort

2040 Sunset Dock Rd
Monroe, TN 38573

931-864-3146

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Cordell Hull Birthplace State Park

Nature & Parks

Visit this park, where you'll find a replica of former U.S. Secretary of State Cordell Hull's log cabin, rebuilt using the original logs. Tour the farm and garden, and stop in to see the museum housing documents and artifacts from his life, including the Nobel Peace Prize he received in 1945 in recognition of his efforts for peace and understanding in the Western Hemisphere, his trade agreements, and his work to establish the United Nations. Nearby, the Bunkum Cave Trail leads to an overlook and the entrance to the cave where Cordell's father once made moonshine. The park, known for its songbirds and wildflowers, has several picnic spots and hosts events throughout the year. The cave is currently closed.

Cordell Hull Birthplace State Park

1300 Cordell Hull Memorial Dr.
Byrdstown, TN 38549

931-864-3247

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The Amonett Place-Dale Hollow Lake Welcome Center

Point of Interest

This is the gateway to Tennessee's Upper Cumberland region. Stop in for info on lodging, attractions and lake recreation. In the Borderland Foundation Museum of the Civil War, learn about Tennessee's first military action at the beginning of the war. During the summer, visit the farmers market here, a resource for local fresh produce.

The Amonett Place-Dale Hollow Lake Welcome Center

1005 Hwy 111
TN
United States

Historic Square at Byrdstown

Point of Interest

The 1935 Pickett County Courthouse is the centerpiece of this charming square. Take a walk around the area, then enjoy good ole' country fare at Dixie Café;— on Friday and Saturday nights live Bluegrass starts at 6 p.m. It's no secret, seats fill up fast. Courthouse Sq. Byrdstown 888-406-4704 Dixie Café 31 Courthouse Sq. 931-864-6535

Historic Square at Byrdstown

TN
United States

Sergeant Alvin C. York State Historic Park

Nature & Parks

This site is the homeplace of one of the most decorated war heroes of WWI. Stop at the general store and visitors center to find memorabilia and souvenirs, historical photos and newspaper clippings, and don't miss the 15-minute video history in the back. Explore the 1880s gristmill that York operated for years, and tour the family home, farm and burial site. Get your feet wet, enjoy the playground and have a picnic along the Wolf River.

Sergeant Alvin C. York State Historic Park

2609 North York Highway
Pall Mall, TN 38577

931-879-6456

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Pickett State Park & State Forest

Point of Interest

Situated in a remote section of the Upper Cumberland Mountains, this 19,200-acre park offers a combination of scenic, botanical and geological wonders found nowhere else in Tennessee. Check out the uncommon rock formations, natural bridges, numerous caves and remains of ancient Native American occupation. Rent a boat or canoe on Arch Lake; stay in a cabin or campground; hike, ride, and swim among the sandstone bluffs.

Pickett State Park & State Forest

4605 Pickett Park Hwy
TN
United States

Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area

Nature & Parks

Encompassing 125,000 acres of the Cumberland Plateau, this area protects the free-flowing Big South Fork of the Cumberland River and its tributaries. Hike, camp, or picnic in the scenic gorges and sandstone bluffs, and be sure to visit the park's Blue Heron Mining Community, a former 1930s coal mining town that is now a museum preserving and telling its story.

Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area

4564 Leatherwood Rd.
Oneida, TN 37841

423-569-9778

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Scott County Visitor Center

Point of Interest

This is a great place to get to know Scott County. Pick up your Big South Fork backcountry permit, maps and more. You can even take a virtual tour of point 73 on the center's big video boards giving you an up-close and personal look at what comes next. Take a seat on the front porch rockers to plan your Big South Fork adventure.

Scott County Visitor Center

12025 Scott Hwy
TN
United States

Brimstone Recreation

Nature & Parks

ATV riders and nature lovers, don't miss this 19,000-acre site with hundreds of miles of trails, named as the nation's top ATV destination. Stop here for rail buggy riding, mountain and dirt biking, hiking, camping and hunting. Catch the White Knuckle Event each Memorial Day weekend, featuring top-selling country music artists and ATV events. Reservations required.

Brimstone Recreation

2860 Baker Hwy.
Huntsville, TN 37756

423-663-4868

Indian Mountain State Park

Nature & Parks

Visit this beautiful state park at the foot of majestic Indian Mountain, developed on land reclaimed from abandoned strip mines; it's one of the first of its kind in the Southeastern U.S. You'll find campsites, boat rentals, walking trails, picnic shelters, fishing and a swimming pool. Retrace route SW/SE on TN-297/Newcomb Pk. back to Pioneer Post Office, turn L on TN-63 to rejoin main trail enroute to pt. 80.

Indian Mountain State Park

143 Indian Mountain State Park Cir.
Jellico, TN 37762

423-566-5870

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Moonshine Exhibit at Hampton Inn

Point of Interest

Visit one of America's Top 10 Hampton Inns to see the llamas grazing along the lake and mountain vistas; décor and memorabilia tell the true story of an East Tennessee bootlegger's fatal, final run-in with revenuers.

Moonshine Exhibit at Hampton Inn

4459 Veterans Memorial Hwy
TN
United States

Cove Lake State Park

Nature & Parks

Take in stunning views at the foot of the Cumberland Plateau. You'll find picnic shelters, a 50-meter pool, a climate controlled pavilion, RV and tent camping sites, playgrounds, a fishing pier, boat rentals, Native American mounds and more. Catch dinner at local favorite Rickard Ridge BBQ located on site. You'll also find the trail headquarters for the Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park - this is a great place to experience part of it.

Cove Lake State Park

110 Cove Lake Ln.
Caryville, TN 37714

423-566-9701

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Longfield Cemetery

Point of Interest

This is the final resting place for the many of the victims of the worst mining disaster in Tennessee history, known as the Fraterville Mine Disaster of 1902. An unexplained explosion trapped 184 miners inside the coal mine, where all died of injuries or suffocation.

Longfield Cemetery

Hwy 441
TN
United States

Norris Dam State Park

Nature & Parks

Continue N on TN-71 to pt. 48 and take the time to visit one of the area's most beautiful state parks, with 4,000 acres on the shores of Norris Lake, surrounding Norris Dam. Caves, scenic valleys, sparkling streams, wildflower trails and hiking trails are among the natural wonders here.

Norris Dam State Park

125 Village Green Circle
Rocky Top, TN 37769

865-425-4500

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Norris Lake

Water Sports

Recreation awaits where the mountains meet the water. This beautiful lake extends 56 miles up the Powell River and 72 miles up the Clinch River, surrounded by the majestic peaks of East Tennessee. With 34,000 acres of water, 22 marinas and 800 miles of shoreline, there are plenty of secluded coves for fishing and boating, camping and lodging, or simply enjoying the view.

Norris Lake

Ext. 122
Norris, TN 37828

865-457-4542

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Lenoir Museum Historical Complex

Point of Interest

Within Norris Dam State Park, you'll find this complex that includes a museum, an 18th century grist mill, and threshing barn. Through artifacts collected by Will Lenoir over 60 years, learn more about Early Americana in the "Touch" museum, featuring Indian artifacts, fine china, pressed glass bottles, baskets, furniture and more. Museum open Wed.-Sun. Bristol Mill is seasonal.

Lenoir Museum Historical Complex

125 Village Green Cr.
37828 TN
United States

Museum of Appalachia

Museums

On this trail highlight, you'll learn more about mountain life at this 65-acre history complex, known as "the most authentic and complete replica of pioneer Appalachian life in the world."

Museum of Appalachia

2819 Andersonville Hwy.
Clinton, TN 37716

865-494-7680

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Anderson County Welcome Center

Point of Interest

Visit this log cabin for area brochures. If you're hungry, walk next door to Golden Girls Restaurant and plan your day over some good ole' country cooking.

Anderson County Welcome Center

115 Welcome Ln.
TN
United States

Little Ponderosa Zoo

Zoos & Aquariums

Did you know there are tigers living in East Tennessee? Enjoy the walkabout zoo, petting zoo, barnyard nursery, Park and walk to visit points 40-42 and visit exotic creatures and farm animals alike.

Little Ponderosa Zoo

629 Granite Rd.
Clinton, TN 37716

865-457-5536

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Clinton

Explore Tennessee

Stroll down Market and Main Streets and stop in more than 35 unique shops (including multiple antique stores) and local restaurants. Come on the first weekend of each month for special music and family focused events, or stop by the monthly farmers market during spring and summer.

Clinton

Ritz Theater

Point of Interest

Next door to Hoskins, the Ritz opened in 1945 and was one of the most modern theaters in the South at the time, showing first-run movies and hosting concerts and in 1972, it housed Red Specks Country Music Show, a local radio show. Closing in 1987, it was completely renovated in 2000 and once again features movies and live performances.

Ritz Theater

119 N. Main St.
TN
United States

Hoskins Drug Store & Soda Fountain

Point of Interest

Welcome to the days when the community drug store wasn't a national chain, but an important town gathering spot. Established in 1930 to serve the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and textile mill employees, Hoskins grew into an eight-store chain. This one is the original visit the 1940s soda fountain, traditional drug store, hot plate restaurant, and gift shop to step back in time.

Hoskins Drug Store & Soda Fountain

111 N. Main St.
37716 TN
United States

Old Gray & National Cemeteries

Point of Interest

Established in 1850, Old Gray is a prestigious final resting place for prominent Knoxvillians. Just beyond it is National, established in 1863 to bury fallen Union troops. It was the first to honor th edead with small flags on Memorial Day.

Old Gray & National Cemeteries

543 N. Broadway St.
37917 TN
United States

Old City

Point of Interest

This district is a vibrant evolution of what was known as "The Bowery" around 1900: a bawdy neighborhood of saloons, pool halls, houses of ill repute and gambling dens. Later it became known as "The Bottom" and was settled by early Greek immigrants, segregated African-Americans, and bootleggers. Revitalization in the 1980s turned it into a unique historic district with an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, clubs and Knoxville's first winery, Blue Slip Winery.

Old City

Central St. and Jackson Ave.
37915 TN
United States

Mabry-Hazen House Museum

History

Located atop Mabry's Hill, the restored 1858 house served as headquarters for both Union and Confederate forces during the Civil War. This elegant home is filled with original furnishings as well as stories that offer a glimpse into its past.

Mabry-Hazen House Museum

1711 Dandridge Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37915

865-522-8661

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Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

Point of Interest

Stop in to shoot some hoops at the only facility of its kind in the world dedicated to women's basketball. This is a great stop for visitors of all ages, featuring an excellent collection of multimedia presentations, artifacts and hands-on experiences.

Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

700 Hall of Fame Dr.
TN
United States

James White Fort

History

Revolutionary War veteran James White was given a land grant of 1,000 acres for his service; he built his two-story log house on the present site of Knoxville in 1786. Today, this re-creation of his homestead is the city's most visited historic site, containing some of the original logs, pioneer artifacts and furnishings.

James White Fort

205 E. Hill Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37915

865-525-6514

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Blount Mansion

Museums

The first frame house built west of the Appalachian Mountains in 1792, this was the home of territorial Governor and signer of the U.S. Constitution, William Blount. It served, for a period, as the administrative capital of the Southwestern Territory, and was also the first building in the area with windows, causing the Cherokee to call it "the house with many eyes."

Blount Mansion

200 W. Hill Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37901

865-525-2375

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Bijou Theatre

Arts & Entertainment

Built in 1909, this was a vaudeville house, hosting big names like the Marx Brothers and Will Rogers, and later a movie theater, restored in the 1970s. It has since welcomed acts like Tony Bennett, Dizzy Gillespie and the Ramones. Two Civil War generals died here, and it's said that their ghosts have haunted it ever since. The Bijou is home to the "Tennessee Shines" radio show the last Wednesday night of every month, featuring Americana music. Tours by advance reservation.

Bijou Theatre

803 South Gay Street
PO Box 1746, 37901
Knoxville, TN 37902

(865) 522-0832

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Historic Tennessee Theatre

Arts & Entertainment

Built as a "motion picture palace" in 1928, the theatre's extravagant interior has been described as "Barcelona cathedral meets Casablanca mosque." The official State Theatre of Tennessee now features modern technology within its vintage majesty. It hosts symphonies, operas and acts like B.B. King and Bob Dylan. Tours by advance reservation.

Historic Tennessee Theatre

604 S. Gay St.
Knoxville, TN 37902

865-684-1200

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East Tennessee History Center

History

See the first rifle of Davy Crockett, America's frontier hero and Tennessee's native son, walk along a re-creation of the city's early 1900s street corner, climb aboard Streetcar No. 416, and stroll through the signature exhibit, "'Voices of the Land: the People of East Tennessee," which interprests the history and culture of the region's 35 counties over the last 250 years.

East Tennessee History Center

601 S. Gay St.
P. O. Box 1629
Knoxville, TN 37902

865-215-8824

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East Fork Stables

Condos & Vacation Rentals

East Fork Stables has over 100+ miles of horseback trails on 12,000 private acres with pristine overlooks. Facilities include four campgrounds from full hookup to primitive sites, 150 stalls, picket lines, paddocks, coral panels, ten cabins, 5 bunkhouses and two bathhouses and activities include horseback riding, fishing and camping on top of The Cumberland Plateau.

East Fork Stables

3598 S. York Hwy.
Jamestown, TN 38556

931-879-1176

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East Port Marina & Resort

Marina & Park Lodging

East Port Marina and Resort on beautiful Dale Hollow Lake, offering log cabin rentals with hot tubs, lake view, mountain view, houseboat rentals, full service marina, ski-boat rentals, fishing, skiing, tubing.

East Port Marina & Resort

5652 E. Port Rd.
Alpine, TN 38543

931-879-7511

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Mitchell Creek Marina

Outdoor Activities

Mitchell Creek Marina & Resort is very family-friendly, offering activities suitable for children and youth on, around and off the water.

Mitchell Creek Marina

1260 Livingston Boat Dock Road
Allons, TN 38541

(931) 823-6666

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Calhoun's on the River

Restaurants

Hickory smoked baby back ribs and pulled pork sandwiches are only a few of the great selections featured at Calhoun's. Screen reader support enabled.

Calhoun's on the River

400 Neyland Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37902

865-673-3355

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Copper Cellar Knoxville

Restaurants

Copper Cellar located on Kingston Pike near West Town Mall. Fine dining at its best.

Copper Cellar Knoxville

1807 Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville, TN
Knoxville, TN 37916

(865) 673-3411

Magpies Bakery

Desserts & Bakeries

Voted Knoxville's #1 for Cupcakes and Bakery! We are a full-time cake bakery, making dee-licious celebration cakes and cupcakes fresh every day using the finest ingredients.

Magpies Bakery

846 NORTH CENTRAL ST.
Knoxville, TN 37917

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Whitestone Inn

Bed & Breakfast

Whitestone is a 600-acre AAA 4-Diamond bed and breakfast resort near Knoxville, TN which resembles a New England village complete with farmhouse, cottage and Victorian-style lodging, plus a variety of outdoor activities from tennis and kayaking to 8 miles of hiking and walking trails.

Whitestone Inn

1200 Paint Rock Rd.
Kingston, TN 37763

865-376-0113

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Caney Creek Marina

Marina & Park Lodging

Upscale marina with ship's store, grill, gas pumps, holding tank pump-outs on every dock, pontoon boat rentals, covered and uncovered slips available year 'round. Electric, water, cable, and phone available in each slip.

Caney Creek Marina

3615 Roane State Hwy.
Harriman, TN 37748

865-882-4042

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Harrow Road Cafe

Restaurants

We offer a full menu featuring British specialties and American favorites, as well as home-made desserts! Also available is a selection of wines and ales-several by way of the British Isles.

Harrow Road Cafe

1469 Rugby Parkway
Rugby, TN 37733

423-628-2350

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Sunset Marina & Resort

Outdoor Activities

This floating restaurant on Dale Hollow Lake specializing in BBQ, is part of a full-service facility featuring spectacular views and a ship's store with groceries, souvenirs, fishing gear, tackle, live bait, fishing permits, fuel and much more. Stay for dinner, stay for the day, or even stay for a week on a luxury houseboat.

Sunset Marina & Resort

2040 Sunset Dock Rd
Monroe, TN 38573

931-864-3146

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Blue Slip Winery

Breweries, Distilleries, & Wineries

Blue Slip Winery is Knoxville's first winery and Tennessee's first urban winery, located in Knoxville's Old City. Made from Tennessee grown grapes and fruit, most of which are grown in Grainger and Knox County, we process the wines right here in the winery, where they are aged, bottled and sold in our tasting room.

Blue Slip Winery

105 W. Jackson Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37902

(865) 249-7808

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The Oliver Hotel

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

A trendsetting luxury retreat, The Oliver Hotel on Knoxville’s Market Square rewards urban explorers with settings made to inspire. Here, history and hospitality slow dance amid soaring ceilings, sensational seasonal cuisine and cherished Southern traditions.

The Oliver Hotel

407 Union Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37902

1-865-521-0050

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Newbury House at Historic Rugby

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

Authentically restored 1880 boarding house in rural National Register Village. Fireplaces and antiques. Screen reader support enabled.

Newbury House at Historic Rugby

120 Farringdon Rd.
Rugby, TN 37733

423-628-2441

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Grey Gables Bed and Breakfast Inn

Bed & Breakfast

Fare includes lodging, plateau gourmet dinner & country breakfast. In the tradition of our forebear, guests will receive a warm welcome, a restful bed and a full table amongst a pastoral setting in this 10 bedroom Victorian inn with country décor.

Grey Gables Bed and Breakfast Inn

2487 Rugby Parkway ., Hwy. 52
Rugby, TN 37733

423-628-5252

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Allardt

Explore Tennessee

Allardt is situated atop the western Cumberland Plateau in a relatively broad area surrounded by rugged hills. Tennessee State Route 52 passes roughly west-to-east through the city, connecting it with Jamestown to the northwest and Rugby to the east.

Allardt

Holly Creek Resort & Marina

Marina & Park Lodging

Located on Tennessee's beautiful Dale Hollow Lake, Holly Creek Resort is your getaway destination for fun and relaxation. With houseboats, chalets, cabins, and small boat rentals, they have a vacation package that will meet your desires and budget.

Holly Creek Resort & Marina

2659 Holly Creek Rd.
Celina, TN 38551

931-243-2116

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Charit Creek Lodge

Cabins & Chalets

Charit Creek Lodge is a rustic wilderness lodge located in a valley in the heart of Big South Fork. The lodge offers a unique way to experience the beauty and serenity of the park. It is accessible by hiking, biking or horseback only. Choose the shortest path of 1.1 miles or spend the day exploring the trails of Big South Fork (Trail Maps). National Geographic Illustrated Trails Map also available for purchase during booking in Merchandise.

Charit Creek Lodge

Fork Ridge Rd
Jamestown, TN 38556

865-696-5611

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Pickett State Park & State Forest

Point of Interest

Situated in a remote section of the Upper Cumberland Mountains, this 19,200-acre park offers a combination of scenic, botanical and geological wonders found nowhere else in Tennessee. Check out the uncommon rock formations, natural bridges, numerous caves and remains of ancient Native American occupation. Rent a boat or canoe on Arch Lake; stay in a cabin or campground; hike, ride, and swim among the sandstone bluffs.

Pickett State Park & State Forest

4605 Pickett Park Hwy
TN
United States

Clinch River House

Cabins & Chalets

Clinch River House is nestled between the small towns of Rocky Topand Clinton in East Tennessee, right on the banks of the Clinch River. Run by the McCowan family in the late 1990s, it was purchased by the McLean family in 2004. Originally a bed and breakfast and fishing camp, the Clinch River House now features a main house, cabin and pavilion, and is perfect for family reunions, weddings, group gatherings or family vacations.

Clinch River House

526 New Clear Branch Rd.
Rocky Top, TN 37769

865-250-9361

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Skunk Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast

Bed & Breakfast

Quiet, secluded bed & breakfast on 20 wooded acres near I-75. Pool, hiking trails, large two-room suites, king beds, satellite TV, private baths, refrigerators, hair dryers, iron and board.

Skunk Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast

1203 Mountain Rd.
Clinton, TN 37716

865-494-1206

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Caney Creek RV Resort

Campgrounds & RV Parks

Caney Creek RV Resort is located on the banks of Watts Bar Lake with many sites waterfront. There are 178 upscale RV sites (full hookups), pool, picnic shelter, and docks.

Caney Creek RV Resort

3745 Roane State Highway
Harriman, TN 37748

(865) 882-4042

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Lillydale Campground

Campgrounds & RV Parks

Dale Hollow Dam and Lake was built for flood control and power generation and completed in 1943 and has now become a recreational oasis for more than 3 million visitors each year. Operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the campground is surrounded by a dense canopy of forest, and a hiking trail snakes through the landscape and along the lake shore.

Lillydale Campground

985 Lillydale Rd.
Allons, TN 38541

931-823-4155

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Mountain Lake Marina & Campground

Marina & Park Lodging

On Norris Lake, four large cabins, two small cabins, one apartment, three motel rooms, one Jacuzzi suite, restaurant, antique shop, gift shop, mini golf, pool, playground, cable TV, modem hookup and campground. Near I-75.

Mountain Lake Marina & Campground

136 Campground Road
Rocky Top, TN 37769

865 630-1221

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Melton Lake Drive Greenway and Park

Outdoor Activities

Peaceful three mile waterfront trail along Melton Hill Lake that's great for biking, walking, running and skating and home to the Oak Ridge Rowing Association. In the Spring, view the best rowing teams in the nation as they prepare for the season and compete.

Melton Lake Drive Greenway and Park

Melton Lake Drive
Oak Ridge, TN 37830

865-482-7821

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Roane County Park

Outdoor Activities

Swimming area, tennis and baseball fields, as well as a 1-mile track with picnic and meeting pavilions, nature trails, fishing pier, restrooms and children's playground available. Close to major interstates and a short drive to Knoxville.

Roane County Park

3515 Roane State Hwy.
Harriman, TN 37748

865-882-2640

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Sequoyah Marina

Restaurants

Start off your weekends on Friday night with our famous "Wing Night" at the dock where we serve the best wings and coldest Corona on Norris Lake. Our restaurant features great food from a menu that includes our fabulous breakfasts, salads, desserts and tasty choices from the grill.

Sequoyah Marina

336 Lakeview Ln.
Andersonville, TN 37705

865-494-7984

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Stardust Marina

Marina & Park Lodging

One of the largest full service marinas on Norris Lake. Norris Lake's #1 destination.

Stardust Marina

149 Stardust Ln.
Andersonville, TN 37705

865-494-7641

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Outdoor Knoxville Adventure Center

Outdoor Activities

OUTDOOR KNOXVILLE is an initiative to make Knoxville’s incredible natural and recreation assets an economic driver for our region. Led by Legacy Parks Foundation, the effort aims to increase our outdoor amenities, create better access to recreational areas, and promote greater participation in outdoor activities.

Outdoor Knoxville Adventure Center

900 Volunteer Landing Lane
Knoxville, TN 37915

(865) 525-2585

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Blue Springs Marina

Marina & Park Lodging

Offering 260 wet slips, 84 dry storage. Gas and diesel. Full-service boat yard with repairs, seasonal restaurant and boat rental.

Blue Springs Marina

3952 River Rd.
Ten Mile, TN 37880

865-376-7298

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Centennial Golf Course

Sports

Centennial Golf Course, built by famed golf course architect, Gary Roger Baird in 1997, provides golfers of all skill levels a true appreciation for the game. The course features Bermuda Fairways, bent grass greens and an undulating terrain.

Centennial Golf Course

101 Centennial Blvd.
Oak Ridge, TN 37830

865-483-2291

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Market Square

Arts & Entertainment

This historic district has stories to tell dating all the way back to 1854. The area has served as a farmer's market, commercial district, political stage and cultural center; home to Confederates and Unionists, saloonkeepers and prohibitionists; and witness and host to great American history. Roy Acuff got his start here, as did Elvis Presley. Stroll the sidewalks and duck into charming cafes, gift shops, pubs and more in this vibrant and eccentric district.

Market Square

Downtown
Wall Avenue to Union Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37902

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The Fruit & Berry Patch

Point of Interest

A "pick-your-own" fruit and berry farm featuring strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, peaches, grapes, apples and sweet corn. Homemade cider, honey, sorghum syrup and fruit slushes are also available as well as a petting zoo and goats for sale.

The Fruit & Berry Patch

4407 McCloud Rd
37938 TN
United States

Oak Ridge

Explore Tennessee

This "Secret City" once housed more than 75,000 people at the peak of the Manhattan Project, the top-secret mission to develop the atomic bomb and people in neighboring towns had no idea that the town even existed. Military police manned the gates, and guardhouses were set up along the fence line surrounding the site; three remain today.

Oak Ridge

Sycamore Springs Farm

Farms & Orchards

Cut & choose Christmas trees, Gingerbread Trail, Tennessee Trail, hay rides, pumpkin patch, fall family fun, field trips, Treehouse giftshop, catering, parties, celebrations

Sycamore Springs Farm

2125 Country Club Rd.
Jamestown, TN 38556

(931) 879-5526

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Tennessee BBQ

Barbecue

This family run restaurant satisfies guests with mouth-watering BBQ and a wide variety of speciality dishes. They offer free Wi-Fi. Located just 20 minutes from beautiful Dale Hollow Lake, guests can pick up a “Family Pack” to go and enjoy a picnic by the water.

Tennessee BBQ

407 East Main Street
Livingston, TN 38570

931.823.8227

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Apple Dish

Restaurants

Treat yourself to a delicious home-cooked meal, a made from scratch dessert, and a refreshing iced tea in this casual, friendly restaurant on the square.

Apple Dish

114 North Court Square
Livingston, TN 38570

931.823.3222

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Livingston

Explore Tennessee

Come take a stroll around the walking track, play on the playground, jump in the Splash Pad, watch a movie or listen to music at the Rotary Main Stage, or just have a picnic.

Livingston

Overton County Agricultural Fair

Festivals

Visit the farmer’s market for the freshest fruit and vegetables, and other seasonal items.

Overton County Agricultural Fair

608 Monterey Highway
Livingston, TN 38570

(931) 397-0210

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The Clark House

Restaurants

Come experience a wonderful lunch in a fully restored old home and event venue offering sophisticated southern charm with a mid-century modern twist.

The Clark House

1010 North Oak Street
Livingston, TN 38570

931.823.3664

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