Major Hugh G. Moore settled this small community in 1769. Mooresburg was never incorporated, and today, Hawkins County provides many services for the area. In most cases, services from Rogersville also benefit Mooresburg residents.
Welcome to Quarry Cove! East Tennessee’s newest lakefront glamping resort. Located on Lake Cherokee we offer four fully outfitted “Bell” tent sites and one lakefront campervan/camper site.
Introduction to Mooresburg, Tennessee
Mooresburg was founded by Hugh Moore who, along with his brothers John and Ewell, settled here from North Carolina in the early 1800’s, possibly to work in the iron works north of Mooresburg. They were later joined by brother Cleon, sisters Sally and Elizabeth, and mother Elizabeth Gallahue Moore.
Weather & Best Time to Visit
Due to its overall mild climate in summer and winter, There really is never a bad time to visit Mooresburg; However, many people enjoy the beautiful spring burst of color across it’s landscape in April. Also, throughout the summer months from May – October, Mooresburg is home to one of the best glamping experiences in East Tennessee – Quarry Cove
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Top Attractions of Mooresburg & Surrounding Area
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Thomas Amis Historic Site
Join us at the Historic Amis Mill & Thomas Amis Grounds for Events, Great Food, Weddings, Tours and Our Visitor Center, all with wonderful views of our Tennessee Mountain's. HOURS Tuesday - Saturday 11AM - 9 PM Sunday 11AM - 7PM
Quarry Cove Retreat
Welcome to Quarry Cove Resort! Enjoy luxury accommodations and lake activities for the whole group to enjoy. Stay in our lakefront campervan/camper site or one of our four fully outfitted bell tent “Glampsites” HOURS Please Check Our Seasonal Hours
Hawkins County Courthouse
The Hawkins County Courthouse is the seat of county government for Hawkins County, Tennessee, United States, located in the city of Rogersville. It was built in 1836, it is one of six antebellum courthouses still in use in Tennessee, and it is the second oldest courthouse still in use
Tennessee Newspaper and Printing Museum
In the year 1791, George Roulstone, the first printer to enter the State of Tennessee, took his press apart in Fayetteville, North Carolina, packed it on horses’ back or in wagons and trekked over the trails of the Blue Ridge Mountains into the Holston Valley where Kingsport now stands.
Swift Museum & Price Public School
The Incredible Story of an Early African-American College All that remains of a sprawling Swift Memorial College complex is a restored building that now serves as memorial museum and warm, accommodating public gathering space. HOURS Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 11:30~3:30 Saturday:
Overton Masonic Lodge #5
Founded December 14, 1805, Overton Lodge was, at the time of its formation, a part of the Grand Lodge of North Carolina and Tennessee. The Lodge was named in honor of John Overton, 1766-1833, by John Williams. Overton was a prominent Tennessee jurist and Freemason, who practiced law with another
Crockett Springs Park
Crockett Springs Park. It was on the 281 Acre grant that Davis Crocket and his wife, Elizabeth Hedge Crockett, Built their log cabin home near the large spring that would be known as crocket spring. This land is now home to Crockett Spring Park and Arboretum and serves as
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
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