Things to Do

Adrenaline-pumping activities like ATV & off-road adventures, family-friendly fun, breathtaking views — Anderson County has it all. There is something for everyone, from history buffs to thrill-seekers. Come experience it all in Anderson County!

Family Friendly
Arts & Culture
Scenic Drives
Fishing
Historical
ATV & Off-road
Norris Lake
Hiking & Biking
Shopping
Horseback Riding
Marina
Fishing on Melton
Watersports

3 Rivers Angler

3 Rivers Angler offers guided fishing trips with experienced guides that will take you on a trip of a lifetime fishing the Clinch River for brown and ...

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A.K. Bissell Park

A.K. Bissell Park, located in Oak Ridge, has a total of 38 acres and features a paved 1.25 mile loop, picnic shelter and performance paviliion....

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American Museum of Science and Energy

Explore the amazing world of science & technology and the unique history of Oak Ridge, the "Secret City" of World War II's Manhattan Project. Expe...

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Anderson County Park

Full RV hookups, open March 1st through November 30th, handicap accessible bath houses, children’s playground, boat launch exclusively for campers, ...

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Appalachian Arts Craft Center

The Appalachian Arts Craft Center has a gallery featuring the work of more than 70 local artists, including pottery, quilts, jewelry, weavings, woodwo...

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Arrowhead Park

Arrowhead Park, located in Oliver Springs, features a 1/4 mile walking track, pavilion, ample parking, scenic views and baseball fields....

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Black Oak Ridge Conservation

Black Oak Ridge Conservation Easement is located behind K-25 on the far west side of Oak Ridge. There are about 2.6 miles of single track trails and 1...

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Children's Museum of Oak Ridge

Whether you’re a child or a child at heart, this museum offers a unique hands-on way of learning about the Appalachian Heritage of East Tennessee. I...

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Clinch River

The Clinch River is nestled in the mountains of East Tennessee, the Clinch tailwater is 13 miles in length and flows from Norris Dam, at River Mile 80...

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