Local Info

GREENEVILLE, TENNESSEE. is a quiet community nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains just minutes away from Knoxville, Johnson City, Kingsport, and Asheville. A pleasant drive to Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains.

Greeneville, the townseat of Greene County, has a population of 16,000, while, county-wide the population is 62,000. The area is surrounded by mountains and TVA lakes providing excellent fishing, hunting and camping right at your back door.

Greene County is rich in heritage being the birthplace of Davy Crockett, and home place of President Andrew Johnson. The citizens of Greeneville take great pride in the Big Spring around which Greeneville was established and all the history of the area.

 

Greeneville, TN Area Attractions

President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library
Andrew Johnson National Historic Site
Nathanael Greene Museum
The Doak House Museum
Nathanael Greene Museum
Davy Crockett Birthplace
Nolichuckey Bluffs
Kinser Park
River Trace Golf Course
Greysburg Hills Golf Course
Greeneville Astros
Greeeneville Aviation
Niswonger Performing Arts Center
The General Morgan Inn and Conference Center
Slate Creek RV Park and Campground

East Tennessee Area Attractions

Hands On Regional Museum
Biltmore Estates
Sugar Mountain
Bristol Motor Speedway
Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail
Bristol Caverns
Dolly Wood
Jonesboro
Gatlinburg
Knoxville Zoo
Rocky Mount Museum
Ripley's Aquarium
Pigeon Forge
Bays Mountain Park
The Great Smokie Mountains
Cumberland Gap National Historic Museum
The Blue Ridge Parkway
Appalachian Caverns
Appalachian Ghost Walks
Barter Theatre
Blair House Bed and Breakfast
Hot Springs, N.C.
Exchange Place-Gaines Preston Farm
Nantahala Outdoor Center
Wolf Ridge Ski Resort
Holston River Trout Company
Old Mill Bed and Breakfast
Ober-Gatlinburg Ski Resort
East Tennessee Lakes
Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel