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Tennessee’s given us a lot to love. And when you’re ready to travel, we look forward to welcoming you with our famous, warm hospitality. There are currently no travel restrictions in Tennessee; however, we encourage everyone to follow health and safety practices. For more information how to travel safely in Tennessee, click here.

Ready to Escape to Northeast Tennessee?

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We've put together a few trip ideas with less crowds and safe places - all within driving distance.

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.

 

 

 

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Surviving the Outdoors

 

 

 

Virtual Tours


Bristol Motor Speedway

Hands On! Discovery Center

Barter Theatre

Chester Inn Museum & State Historic Site

Birthplace of Country Music Museum

Nolichucky Outdoor Learning Institute

National Storytelling Festival

USA Raft Adventure Resort

The Original Long Island Iced Tea

 

 

 

Cities, Blogs & More


Only in Jonesborough

Jonesborough Truck

Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium

Bays Mountain

Johnson City

Yee-Haw Brewing Company in Johnson City, Tennessee.

Storytown Radio Show

Storytown Radio Show (2)

Tales of Bristol Motor Speedway

Bristol Motor Speedway

Johnson County Center for the Arts

Johnson County Arts Center Fiddle

Where is Northeast TN?

WHERE IS NORTHEAST TENNESSEE?

Northeast Tennessee borders North Carolina, Virginia and Kentucky in the Appalachian Mountains. With 230 miles of internationally known rivers and 288 miles of the Appalachian Trail, it’s the true outdoors with endless opportunities to explore and less time sitting in traffic. Northeast Tennessee’s Tri-Cities of Bristol, Kingsport, Johnson City and small towns along the way make up a diverse region of outdoor recreation, music, history and everything in between.

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