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Coal Creek Miners Museum add to itinerary

The Coal Creek Miners Museum tells the story of the miners that lived, worked and died in Coal Creek, Fraterville and Briceville Tennessee, it also tells about the historically significant events that changed the mining industry. The story starts in the late 1800s when the &...

Coal Creek Motor Discovery Trail add to itinerary

Many of the miners who survived the Coal Creek War died in mine disasters at the Fraterville Mine in 1902 and the Cross Mountain Mine in 1911. These disasters, which killed 300 men and boys in Coal Creek, helped raise public awarenss of the dangers of mining.

Relive coal mining history an...

Coal Creek Smokehouse add to itinerary

Coal Creek Smokehouse is a must stop in Anderson County! Their meat is dry rubbed and smoked low and slow to perfection on their smokers with only hickory, oak, apple and cherry logs. Sides and desserts are cooked from scratch using family recipes. 

Comfort Inn of Oak Ridge add to itinerary

All rooms have en suite bathrooms with showers, as well as free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living spaces, sofabeds and microwaves.

Free perks include hot breakfast buffet, manager’s recepti...

Country Jewell Wedding Chapel add to itinerary

The Chapel at Country Jewell is a charming wedding chapel with rustic red oak floors, original barn board walls and simple benches.  The chapel is reminiscent of an old country church.  A beautiful stained glass panel adorns the window, adding to the ambiance of the chapel. With its cas...

Cracker Barrel add to itinerary

Visit Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, where you'll enoy delicious homestyle cooking, delicious daily specials & gracious service. 

Crafter's Brew Market & Social add to itinerary

Oak Ridge's first Craft Beer Market and Social. Enjoy 24 craft beers on tap, a spacious patio, and a great time! Check their Facebook page for live music and food truck schedule. 

Creekside Stables add to itinerary

Great place for boarding your horse, take horse riding lessons, attend a summer camp or just hanging out. There are over 100 acres available for the horse lover including three different size riding rings, trails to ride, and pastures to run across.

David Hall Cabin add to itinerary

Built in 1799, this cabin, which included a home, inn and tavern, was home to an American Revolutionary War Veteran. If the walls of this cabin could talk, it would tell you about Indian confrontations, its inhabitant that was one of the men who signed a petition that established Anderson C...

Dean's Restaurant and Bakery add to itinerary

Made-from-scratch desserts, delicious southern entrées, and daily blue-plate specials make Dean’s Restaurant and Bakery a perfect stop for lunch or dinner.