Knoxville

Most visitors come to Knoxville to stay in a city only steps away from the iconic Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is just one part of an impressive network of vast parks and nature preserves that dominate the eastern part of Tennessee. There are also some interesting vestiges of the region’s long history here, like the excavated burial mound on the University of Tennessee campus that dates back more than 3000 years. Other points of interest include homes and settlements that date back to the Revolutionary War and the first European explorers. Read more…

Most visitors come to Knoxville to stay in a city only steps away from the iconic Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is just one part of an impressive network of vast parks and nature preserves that dominate the eastern part of Tennessee. There are also some interesting vestiges of the region’s long history here, like the excavated burial mound on the University of Tennessee campus that dates back more than 3000 years. Other points of interest include homes and settlements that date back to the Revolutionary War and the first European explorers. Cruise through town with your RV and see them before turning your wheels toward the mountains, and an untouched region of natural wilderness that stretches from the Kentucky state line all the way to Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia.   Rent an RV in Knoxville to get the most of your road trip, and the popularity of recreational vehicles locally means there are several different kinds available. Spend a few days exploring the area’s Civil War sites or take a few weeks to wander through the legendary misty mountains. Read less…

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