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Visiting Surrounding Locations?

Make your Pitstop Legendary

With Greeneville being an hour's drive from some of the most stunning outdoor destinations, fantastic art towns, and bustling cities, make sure you stop in before you drive on!



Asheville I Dollywood I Pigeon Forge I Knoxville I Great Smoky Mountain National Park

Plus other attractions within a day's drive! (600 Miles)

Asheville. NC

"Asheville: Edgy, Artsy & Inviting
Asheville is that type of unique, special place that lingers sweetly in your mind and memories for years to come. The city's rich edgy energy emanates from the locally-owned shops and art galleries, distinctive restaurants and exciting entertainment venues."

This thriving mountain city features a funky and eclectic downtown, 30-plus art galleries downtown alone, a burgeoning culinary scene, a thriving live music scene and, of course, the awe-inspiring scenery of the Appalachian Mountains."


Dollywood & Pigeon Forge

"At Pigeon Forge, a moment can last a lifetime. For generations, visitors have returned to explore our little mountain town in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. As a year-round family-friendly vacation destination, Pigeon Forge is filled with fun activities. From thrilling attractions and award-winning shows to countless options for dining, shopping and lodging, it’s easy to see why so many consider Pigeon Forge their home away from home. We can’t wait to welcome you!"


Knoxville. TN

"Whatever your passion, Knoxville knows how to fuel it. Our ever-growing list of things to do includes everything from historical tours to outdoor adventure. Discover fine foodfestivals, award-winning theatres and music for every ear. By visiting our nature-loving-adventure-seeking-artsy-kinda-town!"

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

"The Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP) was chartered in 1934 and runs along the ridges and mountains of the Smoky Mountains on the border on Tennessee and North Carolina.  The Park is the most visited park in the United States National Park System, receiving more than 14.1 million visitors in 2021.  This is more than twice the number of people who visit the Grand Canyon, making it the most popular national park in the US.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park includes over 522,000 acres, making it one of the largest National Parks in the United States.  There are two main entrances, one in Cherokee, NC and another in Gatlinburg, TN."

Popular Day Trips

1. Asheville, North Carolina (57.9 miles)

  • Biltmore Estate

  • Blue Ridge Parkway

  • Asheville Botanical Gardens

  • Asheville Museum of Science

  • Asheville Pinball Museum

  • Asheville Art Museum

  • Pack Square

  • Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site

  • Folk Art Center

  • Chimney Rock State Park

  • River Arts District

  • Pisgah National Forest

  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park

  • Mount Mitchell State Park

  • The North Carolina Arboretum

2. Knoxville, Tennessee (60.8 miles)

  • Market Square

  • Sunsphere Tower

  • Knoxville Museum of Art

  • Knoxville Zoo

  • World's Fair Park

  • Tennessee Theatre

  • Ijams Nature Center

  • Knoxville Riverboat Company

  • East Tennessee History Center

  • Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

  • Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum

  • McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture

  • The Old City

  • Neyland Stadium

  • Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum

3. Johnson City, Tennessee (24.5 miles)

  • Tweetsie Trail

  • Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site

  • Hands On! Discovery Center

  • Gray Fossil Site and Museum

  • Winged Deer Park

  • Yee-Haw Brewing Company

  • Appalachian Ghost Walks

  • Watauga Lake Winery

  • Rocky Mount State Historic Site

  • Cherokee National Forest

  • Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway

  • Rocky Mount Museum Living History Site

  • Jonesborough Storytellers Guild

  • Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park

  • Johnson City Symphony Orchestra

4. Kingsport, Tennessee (34.4 miles)

  • Warriors' Path State Park

  • Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium

  • Kingsport Aquatic Center

  • Exchange Place Living History Farm

  • Kingsport Carousel

  • Kingsport Greenbelt

  • Fun Fest

  • Kingsport Farmers Market

  • Allandale Mansion

  • Kingsport Speedway

  • Kingsport Art Guild Gallery

  • Kingsport Ballet

  • Domtar Park

  • Netherland Inn

  • MeadowView Conference Resort and Convention Center

5. Winston-Salem, North Carolina (143.3 miles)

  • Old Salem Museums and Gardens

  • Reynolda House Museum of American Art

  • Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art

  • Winston-Salem Symphony

  • Tanglewood Park

  • Winston Cup Museum and Special Event Center

  • The Children's Museum of Winston-Salem

  • Kaleideum North (formerly SciWorks)

  • Salem Lake

  • Bowman Gray Stadium

  • M.C. Benton Jr. Convention Center

  • The Winston-Salem Dash baseball team

  • Wake Forest University

  • Hanes Mall

  • Bethabara Park

6. Charlotte, North Carolina (178.8 miles)

  • NASCAR Hall of Fame

  • Carowinds amusement park

  • Discovery Place Science

  • U.S. National Whitewater Center

  • Charlotte Symphony Orchestra

  • Charlotte Ballet

  • Charlotte Hornets (NBA) and Charlotte Checkers (AHL)

  • Levine Museum of the New South

  • Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

  • Mint Museum

  • Freedom Park

  • Lake Norman

  • Billy Graham Library

  • Charlotte Motor Speedway

  • Charlotte Premium Outlets

7. Lexington, Kentucky (200.0 miles)

  • Kentucky Horse Park

  • Keeneland Race Course

  • Mary Todd Lincoln House

  • Lexington Opera House

  • Rupp Arena

  • Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate

  • The Arboretum

  • Lexington Children's Theatre

  • The Kentucky Theater

  • Lexington Cemetery

  • McConnell Springs

  • Legacy Trail

  • University of Kentucky Art Museum

  • The Aviation Museum of Kentucky

  • Lexington Farmers Market

8. Louisville, Kentucky (219.1 miles)

  • Churchill Downs

  • Kentucky Derby Museum

  • Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

  • Muhammad Ali Center

  • Louisville Mega Cavern

  • Louisville Zoo

  • Frazier History Museum

  • Kentucky Science Center

  • Louisville Waterfront Park

  • Louisville Palace

  • 21c Museum Hotel

  • Louisville Glassworks

  • Actors Theatre of Louisville

  • Louisville Ballet

  • Louisville Orchestra

9. Cincinnati, Ohio (234.9 miles)

  • Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

  • National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

  • Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

  • Cincinnati Art Museum

  • Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum

  • Great American Ball Park

  • Newport Aquarium

  • Findlay Market

  • Cincinnati Music Hall

  • Cincinnati Observatory Center

  • Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

  • Eden Park

  • Carew Tower Observation Deck

  • Taft Museum of Art

  • American Sign Museum

10. Nashville, Tennessee (241.5 miles)

  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

  • Grand Ole Opry

  • Ryman Auditorium

  • The Johnny Cash Museum and Cafe

  • The Hermitage (home of President Andrew Jackson)

  • Belle Meade Plantation

  • Cheekwood Estate & Gardens

  • Parthenon and Centennial Park

  • Johnny Cash Museum and Cafe

  • The Frist Art Museum

  • Adventure Science Center

  • Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

  • Nissan Stadium (home of the Tennessee Titans)

  • Bridgestone Arena (home of the Nashville Predators)

  • Broadway and Music Row.

600 Miles or less

Be sure to stop by Greeneville for an unforgettable distinct small town as you travel to some of the nation's largest destinations!

Exploring the Streets

Population over 125,000

  • Atlanta, Georgia

  • Charlotte, North Carolina

  • Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Columbus, Ohio

  • Detroit, Michigan

  • Indianapolis, Indiana

  • Jacksonville, Florida

  • Louisville, Kentucky

  • Memphis, Tennessee

  • Nashville, Tennessee

  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  • St. Louis, Missouri

  • Tampa, Florida

  • Virginia Beach, Virginia

Summer Vacation

Population around 100,000

  • Birmingham, Alabama

  • Cleveland, Ohio

  • Detroit, Michigan

  • Knoxville, Tennessee

  • Raleigh, North Carolina

  • Richmond, Virginia

  • Toledo, Ohio

Notable Destinations within a day's drive

Performing Arts:

  • Atlanta, Georgia: Fox Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Ballet, The Earl Smith Strand Theatre

  • Charlotte, North Carolina: Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, Knight Theater, Belk Theater, Actor's Theatre of Charlotte, Children's Theatre of Charlotte

  • Cincinnati, Ohio: Aronoff Center for the Arts, Taft Theatre, Cincinnati Music Hall, Cincinnati Ballet, Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

  • Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Theatre, Palace Theatre, Lincoln Theatre, Shadowbox Live, Short North Stage

  • Detroit, Michigan: Fox Theatre, Detroit Opera House, Fisher Theatre, Masonic Temple Theatre, Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts

  • Indianapolis, Indiana: Old National Centre, Hilbert Circle Theatre, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, Phoenix Theatre

  • Jacksonville, Florida: Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, Florida Theatre, Ritz Theatre and Museum, Alhambra Theatre and Dining, Theatre Jacksonville

  • Louisville, Kentucky: Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville Ballet, Louisville Orchestra, Mercury Ballroom

  • Memphis, Tennessee: Orpheum Theatre, Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Playhouse on the Square, Hattiloo Theatre, Germantown Performing Arts Center

  • Nashville, Tennessee: Ryman Auditorium, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Tennessee Performing Arts Center, The Station Inn

  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Benedum Center for the Performing Arts, Heinz Hall, Byham Theater, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

  • St. Louis, Missouri: Fox Theatre, Powell Symphony Hall, The Muny, St. Louis Ballet, Sheldon Concert Hall

  • Tampa, Florida: Straz Center for the Performing Arts, Tampa Theatre, Ruth Eckerd Hall, Mahaffey Theater, Capitol Theatre

  • Virginia Beach, Virginia: Sandler Center for the Performing Arts, Zeiders American Dream Theater, Little Theatre of Virginia Beach, Virginia Musical Theatre, Virginia Beach Funny Bone



  • Atlanta, Georgia: Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United), Truist Park (Atlanta Braves), State Farm Arena (Atlanta Hawks), College Football Hall of Fame, World of Coca-Cola

  • Charlotte, North Carolina: Bank of America Stadium (Carolina Panthers), Spectrum Center (Charlotte Hornets), Truist Field (Charlotte Knights minor league baseball), NASCAR Hall of Fame, Carowinds amusement park

  • Cincinnati, Ohio: Great American Ball Park (Cincinnati Reds), Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati Bengals), Fifth Third Arena (University of Cincinnati basketball), Kings Island amusement park, Cincinnati Gardens

  • Columbus, Ohio: Nationwide Arena (Columbus Blue Jackets), Ohio Stadium (Ohio State University football), Huntington Park (Columbus Clippers minor league baseball), Columbus Crew Stadium (Columbus Crew), Ohio Expo Center and State Fair

  • Detroit, Michigan: Ford Field (Detroit Lions), Little Caesars Arena (Detroit Pistons and Detroit Red Wings), Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers), Belle Isle Park, Detroit Historical Museum

  • Indianapolis, Indiana: Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis Colts), Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Indiana Pacers), Victory Field (Indianapolis Indians minor league baseball), Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis Zoo

  • Jacksonville, Florida: TIAA Bank Field (Jacksonville Jaguars), VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena (Jacksonville Icemen minor league hockey), Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville (Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp minor league baseball), TPC Sawgrass (PGA Tour golf), Jacksonville Beach

  • Louisville, Kentucky: Churchill Downs (home of the Kentucky Derby)

Friends in the City

Population around 90,000

  • Akron, Ohio

  • Allentown, Pennsylvania

  • Cary, North Carolina

  • Charleston, West Virginia

  • Chattanooga, Tennessee

  • Clarksville, Tennessee

  • Columbus, Georgia

  • Dayton, Ohio

  • Decatur, Alabama

  • Elizabethtown-Fort Knox, Kentucky

  • Evansville, Indiana

  • Fayetteville, North Carolina

  • Florence, South Carolina

  • Fort Wayne, Indiana

  • Greensboro, North Carolina

  • Greenville, North Carolina

  • Greenville, South Carolina

  • Hagerstown-Martinsburg, Maryland-West Virginia

  • Harrisonburg, Virginia

  • Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, North Carolina

  • Huntington-Ashland, West Virginia-Kentucky-Ohio

  • Jackson, Tennessee

  • Jacksonville, Florida

  • Johnson City, Tennessee

  • Kingsport-Bristol-Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia

  • Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky

  • Lima, Ohio

  • Lynchburg, Virginia

  • Mansfield, Ohio

  • Morgantown, West Virginia

  • Muncie, Indiana

  • Newark, Ohio

  • Parkersburg-Vienna, West Virginia

  • Richmond, Indiana

  • Roanoke, Virginia

  • Springfield, Ohio

  • St. Louis, Missouri

  • Valdosta, Georgia

  • Warner Robins, Georgia

  • Washington, North Carolina

  • Wilmington, North Carolina

  • Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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