November brings cooler temps to East Tennessee, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay indoors. Here is a list of upcoming events in Anderson County that will keep you and your family active and outdoors all month long. That means you can enjoy that extra piece of pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving! Bigfoot Blast on
Anderson County is full of history, so it’s no wonder there are many places said to be haunted. Here are our top 4 places that are rumored to be full of paranormal activity. Check them out if you dare! Drummond Bridge, Briceville Don’t spook easily? Well, we think that may change after a visit to
Devil’s Triangle The Devil’s Triangle starts in Rocky Top, Tennessee with sweeping curves and tight twists that take you along beautiful country roads to Morgan County. It is a popular route for both cars and motorcycles because of the natural beauty you experience along the 45 mile loop. That beauty is taken to a whole
Nestled in the peaks and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains, Anderson County, in East Tennessee has the perfect terrain for hiking. The North Boundary Trail, in Oak Ridge, offers 15 miles of gravel and dirt trails. Some of the trails are actual roads and others are typical one person wide dirt trails. You may not
As the leaves begin to change and an Autumn chill sets in, the Museum of Appalachia will host two entertaining family-friendly events. Fall Heritage Fridays, every Friday in October from 9 am-3 pm, will offer the opportunity to step back in time and enjoy the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of pioneer traditions and demonstrations.
October brings cooler temperatures, beautiful fall colors and a calendar full of fun things to do in Anderson County, Tennessee. With so many fall activities going on, we’ve made a list of 10 events happening in Anderson County this October that you don’t want to miss. Pickin in the Park – Join the Friends of