Things To Do

Things To Do

A.K. Bissell Park add to itinerary

A.K. Bissell Park, located in Oak Ridge, has a total of 38 acres and features a paved 1.25 mile loop, picnic shelter and performance paviliion. 

American Museum of Science and Energy add to itinerary

Learn how 75,000 people kept a secret during WWII. Explore the Frontier of Appalachia to the Frontier of the Nuclear Age as you learn about Oak Ridge’s leading-edge technology that continues to earn the U.S. the title of “Super Power. "The Museum’s permanent exhibits include The...

Anderson County Park add to itinerary

Full RV hookups, open March 1st through November 30th, handicap accessible bath houses, children’s playground, boat launch exclusively for campers, public boat launch with parking, designated lake swimming area, group camping area, day use picnic area with two covered pavili...

Big Valley Barn add to itinerary

Big Valley Barn is a family-friendly, music venue featuring live country music every Friday and Saturday evening from&n...

Children's Museum of Oak Ridge add to itinerary

Whether you’re a child or a child at heart, this museum offers a unique hands-on way of learning about the Appalachian Heritage of East Tennessee. In addition, you can play in a child-size doll house, experience the wonders of a rain forest or learn the unique history of the Secr...

Chuck Swan Wildlife Management Area add to itinerary

Situated on a peninsula in the center of beautiful Norris Lake, Chuck Swan Wildlife Management area offers the ultimate outdoor experience. With over 24,000 acres of wilderness and more than 70 miles of trails, outdoor enthusiast can hike, bike, horseback ride, ride off-road vehicles, fish ...

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...

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...

Devil’s Triangle add to itinerary

Nestled in the Cumberland Mountains, the Devil’s Triangle is 45 miles of twist and turns. There are some straight aways alongside pastures fields but there are also steep switchback curves. You will experience approximately 1,000 feet in elevation change. It is the perfect trail to explore ...