The Lenoir City-Loudon-Kingston area is
located just west of Knoxville, which gives residents
easy access to plenty of city amenities from
their countryside abodes. Annual events like the
Lenoir City Arts & Crafts Festival in June and the
Rockin’ on the Docks riverfront concerts in May and
July bring visitors and locals together, as do the signature golf courses that are featured in several area
Speaking of the old Scottish game, nearby Cumberland County bills itself as the “Golf Capital of
Tennessee” because of the region’s many top-rated
courses around the towns of Crossville and Fairfield
Glade. Area residents are also justifiably proud of the
bounty produced at their Chestnut Hill and Stone-haus wineries.
Civic pride is also on display just to the west in
Cookeville, a growing town and regional cultural
hub that supports its own professional symphony
orchestra and an impressive performing arts center.
New residents there and in the nearby Sparta community have also found recreation-rich lifestyles that
include canoeing, fishing, hiking and biking.
A short drive south brings you to McMinnville,
home to the Cumberland Caverns and its acoustically perfect Bluegrass Underground “show cave.”
Complete your East Tennessee Tour near the Alabama border in Winchester, where you’ll discover
an inviting downtown area and new residences along
more than 200 miles of nearby lakefront shoreline.
The East Tennessee Tour Continues
Fairfield Glade, TN
Jasper Highlands, Cumberland Plateau, TN