Scott County is located just 60 miles north of Knoxville, 155 miles east of Nashville and 130 miles south of Lexington, Ky., and is geographically situated within 650 miles of half the U.S. population. A mecca of amazing natural beauty, Scott County offers residents and guests an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities. The 125,000-acre Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area offers some of the best-known equestrian trail-riding and whitewater boating opportunities in the Southeastern U.S., while the 140,000-acre North Cumberland WMA is home to one of the largest free-ranging elk herds east of the Mississippi River. Come see why Scott County is a great place to live, visit and do business!
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