What to Do in Winter in Northeast Tennessee

Let’s face it, looking forward to your summer vacation while it’s still the middle of winter feels a lot like looking for the finish line in a marathon. You know you’ll get there sooner or later, but at the moment it seems impossibly far away. Luckily, Northeast Tennessee has a huge variety of attractions that […]

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Fly Fishing for Rainbows on the SOHO

From misty mountain creeks to pristine tailwaters like the South Holston River, Northeast Tennessee boasts some of the most sought after trout fishing in the country! Whether you are thinking about getting into fly fishing yourself or looking for something fun to do with a family member, learning to fly fish on the SOHO is […]

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Fall Views Worth Peeping

It’s that time of year, you know the one. When the mornings get a little chilly, and you catch yourself wearing boots instead of slip ons. When a warm cup of coffee sounds more wholesome than an iced latte, and you find yourself crunching leaves and seeing colors start to shimmer in the treetops. It’s […]

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Murals of Northeast Tennessee

From downtown trails to citywide driving tours, murals are popping up everywhere to share the area’s history, culture, or even create the best photo opp. Bristol Originally hand-painted in 1986 by local artist and musician Tim White and lovingly restored in 2020 with the help of his son and grandson, Bristol’s country music mural depicts […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Meeting the Mountains

Whether you live in Northeast Tennessee or you’re planning a vacation filled with outdoor fun, the Meet the Mountains Festival is not to be missed. The Festival is dedicated to all things outdoors and is an annual event held in Johnson City each August, and organized by the Northeast Tennessee Regional Economic Partnership. Kayaking, rock […]

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A Weekend in Carter County

Whether you are visiting from out of town, or a local resident looking for something fun to do this weekend, Carter County has plenty to offer for all ages. Carter County is well-known for its beautiful scenery, food, friendly people, and historic sites. Some of Tennessee’s most popular waterfalls and hiking trails are right here […]

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