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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Farm Fresh Appalachia Farm Tour

Meet your local farmer, find fresh products, and more during The Farm Fresh Appalachia Farm Tour of Northeast Tennessee June 26 . This year there are more activities and learning opportunities than ever. The tour includes a dairy farm that also raises cattle for beef, and a small petting zoo, a certified organic family market […]

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Candles of Northeast Tennessee

Missing home or have a special memory of Northeast Tennessee? We’ve crafted locally inspired candles of your favorite adventures including Nolichucky River Rush, Roan Mountain Rhododendron, and Lost State of Franklin. Candles area available at limited quantity for $20 with local curbside pickup and shipping available. Our 18 oz. three wick soy candles will burn […]

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The Succulent Scavenger Hunt: Where to Find Your Picturesque Plants

  From macrame hangers to elaborate terrariums, Instagram is filled with pictures of the cutest succulents to make any space feel right out of HGTV. Whether you’re decorating your dorm or apartment, succulents are among the top trends to create atmosphere at any budget.  We teamed up with East Tennessee State University student Rebecca Eubanks […]

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Bristol: Sounds Good

Bristol is built on sound: engines revving, fiddles singing and the silent peace of the outdoors. The downtown buzzes with live music and the outdoors quietly await just beyond. Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains and surrounded by scenic South Holston Lake and the Holston River sits Bristol—The Birthplace of Country Music and home of the “World’s Fastest Half Mile”—Bristol Motor Speedway. […]

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Escape to Tennessee: Planning, Virtual Tours, and More

Take a hike on the trails, camp in a state park, visit a historic landmark, chow down on delicious eats, sample some craft brews, and listen to mountain music. We’ve put together a few trip ideas with less crowds and safe places – all within driving distance. There are currently no travel restrictions in Tennessee. […]

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