From Asheville, NC
From the intersection of I-26 and I-40 take I-240 towards Asheville. Take the US 23-19 exit off I-240 (left exit toward Weaverville) Then take the US 25-70 exit towards Marshall. many miles later US 25-70 turns left and the road going straight is Hwy 208. Go straight. There is a sign indicating the miles to Greeneville at that point. Hwy 208 becomes Hwy 70 at the Tenn. state line. Go the 10th miles post and turn right on East Allens Bridge Road. Then follow the directions in paragraph 2 above.
From Knoxville, TN
Take I-40 east to I-81 North. to exit 23 which is 11E towards Greeneville. Go 12 miles to Business 11-E. Turn right towards Greeneville. about 1/4 mile is a stop light. Turn right on Hwy 70. Follow Hwy 70 about 6 miles South to East Allens Bridge Road. Turn Left. Go 2.5 miles and turn right, .1 mile and turn right and .8 mile and turn right on Kinser Park Lane. All turns starting at the left turn in East Allens Bridge Road are indicated by signs to Kinser Park. On Kinser Park Lane go the second drive on the left for the Log and Dogwood Cabins. It is paved at the top but you need to follow the gravel drive that goes down the hill (not the paved part to the left). At the bottom of the hill the Log Cabin is on the left, the Dogwood on the right. For the Redbud and Twin Oaks Cabins go to the third driveway on the left and follow the signs.
From Bristol, TN
Take I-81 to exit 36. Turn left towards Greeneville on Hwy 172. Go 12 miles to the first stop sign. Turn right and drive through Greeneville. You will be on Hwy 321. Outside of the main town you will come to Hyw 70. An auto parts store is on the left at that corner. Turn left on Hwy 70, go about 5 miles south and turn left on east Allens Bridge Road. Then follow the directions in paragraph two above.
295 KINSER PARK LN, GREENEVILLE, TN 37743
EAST TENNESSEE GLASSWARE & ANTIQUES (Map)
Owned by James Holt, this antique store offers a variety of antiques, farm implements, glassware, and collectables all priced reasonable.
GREENEVILLE ANTIQUE MARKET (Map)
The Antique Tobacco Barn has been winning this category since before its wares became antiques (this is only a slight exaggeration).
SHELTON MILLS-A-WORKING SAW MILL (Map)
All of the logs and lumber for Pam's log cabin were from Roger & Patrick Shelton's sawmill. Their team and our friend Ted constructed and designed the cabin. They also introduced us to Tim who is the craftsman for all the wood details in Pam's cabin.
Owners Tom & Bennie Lane have a great collection of furniture, primitive antiques, and collectables.
RICHLAND CREEK GIFTS (Map)
Player friendly yet scenic and known as one of the most challenging courses in Upper Tennessee.
LINK HILLS COUNTRY CLUB (Map)
Private Country Club
Take a walking tour of the historic sites throughout downtown Greeneville.
Follow the Northeast Tennessee Quilt Trail
Wealthy Irish immigrant William Dickson used a team of highly skilled Irish artisans and slaves to build this high Federal style mansion in 1821 for his only child, Catherine. In 1823 Catherine and her new husband, Dr. Alexander Williams, began a life of lavish entertaining. Guests at the mansion included three presidents, the Marquis de Lafayette, and David Crockett.
Jonesborough is Tennessee's oldest town, and is located just 20 from Greeneville.
The Bible Covered Bridge is located in southwest Greene County, approximately 12 miles from Greeneville. Built in 1923 as a private bridge to the E.A. Bible family farm, it is a historic site within a small park like setting.
We invite you to take a trip back in time as you slow down and enjoy the scenic countryside of our region. For your pleasure we have displayed the artistry of the traditional quilt on a backdrop of historic and beautiful barns. Take your time, pack a lunch or better yet, stop at a local country store or diner to enjoy some local flavors. You will find a variety of historic sites, produce stands, shops, galleries and other places to entertain you along the way.
George Vanderbilt created Biltmore as an escape from everyday life. Now you are invited to explroe that escape for yourself. A visit to the 8,000-acre estate in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina provides limitless fun.
Greene County Partnership Historic Sites and Attractions.
Rogersville is a town in, and the country seat of, Hawkins County, Tennessee, United States. It was settled in 1775 by the grandparents of Davy Crockett, and is the second-oldest town int he state. It is named for its founder, Joseph Rogers.
BARTER THEATRE (Map)
JONESBOROUGH REPERTORY THEATRE (Map)
Fantastic small theater with lots of talent from Milligan College - a Christian Liberal Artis College in the Tri-Cities region.
HIKING & HORSEBACK RIDING
Mustang Alley Riding Stables is located int he northeast part of Tennessee in the beautiful Cherokee National Forest in Greene County, TN. We have 50 acres for the hourly rides and can take you in the Cherokee National Park horse trails for the all day rides. We have very carlm horses that have been trained to trail ride.
PAINT CREEK STATE PARK (Map)
MARGARETTE FALLS (Map)
Margarette Falls hike area status: Open with its picturesque fan-shaped, 60-foot drop, is one of the most popular waterfall trails in the area.
The Andrew Johnson National Historic Site and National Cementery interprets the life and legacy of the 17th President, Andrew Johnson's precidency, 1865-1869, illustrates the United States Constitution at work following President Lincoln's assassination and during attempts to reunify a nation torn by civil war. His presidency shaped the future of the United States and his influences continue today. Take the OnCell audio Tour. The guided tour includes the early Home, railor shop, harmony cementery, train depot, DW mansion, and the homestead.
The Nathanael greene Museum is an Upper East Tennessee Regional Museum dedicated to preserving our heritage. The Museum was begun in 1983, and incorporated in 1986. At present the Museum consists of ten galleries, three exhibits and numerous independent displays. Two additional galleries are in the planning stages and will open soon.
Wether from near or far, Hands In! Regional Museum is a must see during your trip to Historic Jonesborough. With many attractions in the heard of the Appalachian Mountains, Hands On! is a great family experience for kids of all ages. With permanent exhibits and rotating feature exhibits, there is always something for everyone. Hands On! also offers events, summer camps, birthday parties and camp-in overnight adventures.
The Carter Family Memorial Music Center, a non-profit organization, serves fans and supporters of old-time country and fold music through the presentation of weekly performances at the Carter Family Fold, in Hiltons, Virginia. It also honors the memory of the first family of country music, the legendary Carter Family (A.O. Carter, Sara Carter, and Maybelle Carter), whose first recordings (in 1927) are credited with giving birth to the commercial country music industry.
Davy Crockett's Birthplace has been preserved by the State of Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation as a historic site withinthe stae park system. The site consists of 105 partially wooded acres of land along the Nolichuckey River in Greene County, Tennessee. Learn more about Crockett's intriquing composite of history and folklore at the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History. Then make plans to come see where the legend began.
Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remmants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America's most visited national park.
Located in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of East Tennessee, the Cherokke National Forest is divided into northern and southern sections by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. the 650,000-acre forest is the largest track of public land in Tennessee and adjoins other national forests in Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia.
South of Damascus, Virginia, the Appalachian Trail follows segments of mountain rangers in the Cherokee National Forest, ascending to the high country of the North Carolina-Tennessee state linem and the highest mountains along the Trail, several above six thousand feet. The Appalachian Trail spans the diverse terrain of the Appalachian Mountains. Though the typical landscape is wooded, hense the nickname "the green tunnel", the Trail passes many scenic overlooks.
Largest outdoor gardens, hiking, very picturesque views of the smoky moutnains.
THE SALSAS RESTAURANT (Map)
Authentic, delicious, and quick.
Brumley's Restaurant celebrates signature service and a seasonal menu selection featuring Southern american cuisine with a creative flair.
CHANG THAI RESTAURANT (Map)
Good Thai food.
MAIN STREET CAFE (Map)
From homemade soups, salads, rustic pizza, and an endless variety of sandwiches, to the ever-popular oven baked desserts & fresh ground coffee, Mainstreet Cafe and Catering is best known for simply serving... GREAT FRESH FOOD!
MA & PA'S RESTAURANT (Map)
DINING ROOM (Map)
"American Dining with a Cuban flair". The Dining Room is Jonesborough's newest restaurant, and has already been called one of the top 10 Tri-Cities restaurants by the local press. You can enjoy their signature Cuban sandwiches, stacked sandwiches and paninis, delicious salads, and fresh homemade soups. You must try their flourless chocolate cake. Divine! Special dinner menu on Friday and Saturday nights. Reservations recommended.
Run by a local church congregation with all proceeds goung to feed the hungry. A great cause.
THE GATHERING PLACE (Map)
Delicious country cooking and great desserts. A local favorite.
CRANBERRY THISTLE (Map)
CASA GUERRERO MEXICAN CUISINE (Map)
BUTCHERS BLOCK STEAKHOUSE (Map)
KNOTHEADS COUNTRY KITCHEN (Map)
From pure relaxation to therapeutic, massage therapy will help drain the tension from your body and the stress from your mind.
Time after time, race after race, it is said that there's just no place better to watch a race than at this half-mile oval located int he humble foothils of the Appalachian Mountains here in northeast Tennessee. The fans say it, the drivers say it and so does the media. Read it, see it and hear it for yourself by choosing an option to the left. Simply stated, "There's racing... Then there's Bristol".
Crossing Deals Gap at the Tennessee/North Carolina state line is the Tail of the Dragon. It is considered by many as one of the world's foremost motorcycling and sports car roads. Anyone looking for an exciting highway will enjoy this 11-mile stretch of US129.
"The Snake..." 33 miles 489 curves 3 mounains 1 valley.
WHITE SAND SHOOTING RANGE (Map)
A safe place to target practice or renew your license.
USA Rafting offers river trips for ages 4 and up on the Nolichucky and French Board Rivers, as well as wild caving in Worley's Cave. Morning and afternoon trips are offered 7 days a week.
Whitewater rafting - fun!
VINEYARDS / WINE
Hamblen County's only site for Agritourism located directly off i-81 at exit 15, 1/3 mile on the right, nestled along the banks of the picturesque Nolichucky River.
Our immediate area around the winery is a park like setting with trees, wildlife, soft ripple sounds of the stream and sounds of the river rolling over the rocks. We are located on 53 acres in Washington County, Virginia, along the South Holston river. Two miles down river is South Holston Lake, a resort lake. Abigdon is a tourist town here int he Appalachian mountains, 20 miles east from Bristol, Virginia. The area is known for outdoor activities of boating, hiking, camping, biking, horse back riding, skiing. Blue Grass music, story telling and mountain crafts. The virginia Creeper trail is 1/2 mile from our winery; bikers, horsemen/women, hikers enjoy this trail that goes from Abigdon to White Top Mountain. We are only 7 miles from Abingdon and 5 miles from Damascus-a town hosting the intersection of 5 different trails including the Appalachian Trail.
A privately owned zoo which provides an upclose view of over 350 animals - many rare and endangered. More than 70 differenc species. Educational guided tours are available
Very talented local artists display and sell their work in this gallery located at the General Morgan Inn. Grab a cup of coffee at Catalyst Coffee next door and enjoy. Very reasonable prices.