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East Tennessee Visitor’s Guide

East Tennessee Visitor’s Guide is your source for travel and tourism in East Tennessee.
Explore the history, adventure and diversity East Tennessee has to offer.

Hale Springs Inn

Hale Springs Inn. Built in 1824 by John A. McKinney and is nestled in the heart of historic downtown Rogersville, Tennessee. The inn features 9 spacious appointed guest rooms and suites all with private baths. The inn has three presidential suites all named after presidents which have been previous guests

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Cumberland Gap, Tennessee: A Gateway Through Time

Cumberland Gap, Tennessee: A Gateway Through Time Cumberland Gap, Tennessee boasts a rich history intertwined with westward expansion in the United States. Here's a glimpse into its past and how you can explore it today: Early Inhabitants and European Discovery: Native American tribes used the Gap as a natural passage for

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Fun & Educational Travel with Kids in East Tennessee

There are many family fun and educational things to do with kids in East Tennessee. Here are a few ideas: Visit Dollywood. Dollywood is a theme park and resort in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state, and for good reason. Dollywood has something

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Hale Springs Inn

Hale Springs Inn. Built in 1824 by John A. McKinney and is nestled in the heart of historic downtown Rogersville, Tennessee. The inn features 9 spacious appointed guest rooms and suites all with private baths. The inn has three presidential suites all named after presidents which

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