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This page we’d like to share a quick list of the many cities and communities that make up our region. Take a look below:
East Tennessee Cities We Serve
One of the most famous mountain towns in the United States, Gatlinburg in Tennessee is absolutely surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and thick with both mountain views and lively, modern attractions and tourism. www.gatlinburg.com
Like Gatlinburg except down in the flatter, foothills and much more spread out, Pigeon Forge is also a town rich in the tourism industry with attractions and restaurants while also maintaining its Appalachian dignity with the National Park and the Old Mill Square. Pigeon Forge is home to Dollywood.
Sevierville is the local industrial section of the tourism-based Sevier County. This is where locals go when they need hardware, car repair, paint – those kinds of “real life” needs; although Sevierville has more than its share of attractions and fun stuff as well. Historic city with some interesting things.
A community of Sevier County rather than an established city, Kodak nevertheless has some worthwhile items for locals and those considering moving to Sevier County. Kodak has enormous attractions – shopping centers, the Smokies baseball park, the French Broad river, the road to nearby Douglas Lake and other connections. www.tnvacation.com/smokies/kodak
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Cosby, TN, can be considered Gatlinburg’s “quiet side of the Smokies” with some similarities to Townsend, TN. Cosby is a single-road community along side the Cosby Creek and is a preferred spot for folks who want to be near Gatlinburg with much “less” all the way around. In addition to that, Cosby is also significant for its orchards and proximity to white water rafting. https://www.heysmokies.com/cosby-tn/
Newport is another historic city in East Tennessee, located east of Sevierville and north of Cosby. Established in 1903, Newport is another town with proximity to the Smoky Mountain National Park, lots of mountain views, and a town that feels a bit like Sevierville. Newport is famous for Bush’s Baked Beans main headquarters and its railroad.
Seymour, TN, is an incorporated community that is the a mid-sized town in its own right located between Sevierville and Knoxville. Seymour can be considered “Knoxville-lite” due to how it blends with Knoxville. Both the cities of Knoxville and Sevierville have municipal responsibility for Seymour. A fun fact, Seymour actually part of THREE counties: Sevier County, Blount County and Knox County! www.seymourtn.org
Wears Valley is technically and legally part of Sevierville (most places in Sevier County that aren’t clearly one city or another is considered ‘Sevierville’!) and can be considered Pigeon Forge’s version of Gatlinburg’s Arts and Crafts Community. Wears Valley is a quiet, mostly one-road area between Pigeon Forge and Townsend that is full of artists, crafters, antique sellers and some interesting eateries. www.wearsvalleyvisitorscenter.com
Dandridge is significant to the East Tennessee Smokies for two things: being the second oldest city in the state (having been founded in 1783) and for Douglas Lake, our area center for all things fun on the water! Dandridge is a city with a tourism economy for both its lake and historical status and it offers a lot of things that can’t be found anywhere else in the region. www.dandridgetn.gov
Knoxville is THE big city of East Tennessee. A large metropolis with eager representation for every culture under the sun and a major center for colleges and universities, Knoxville has more going on in a week than many places around the world have going on in an entire year. For those who want to move to East Tennessee and have it all in one reasonably concentrated place, Knoxville is where you want to be. www.visitknoxville.com
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Both Seymour and Maryville could lay claim to be considered “Knoxville-lite” as both sit near enough to Knoxville to blend in with it, but Maryville has a lot more of Knoxville’s urban development feel to it in addition to a sprawling dedication of arts, history and culture for our region. It has several historical parks, Maryville College University, the yearly Highland Games and much more. www.maryvillegov.com
Included as part of the Knoxville Metropolitan area southwest of the city is Lenoir City. Despite being part of the Metropolitan area, Lenoir City is known for offering quite a few things for nature-lovers and history buffs. Furthermore, its proximity to the lakes of Loudon County make it a Summertime destination for fun and a year-round destination for fishing.
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Established just a scant few years after Dandridge, TN, nearby Jefferson City also calls Douglas Lake their neighboring Summertime lake destination and shares a metropolitan status with Morristown. Thus, Jefferson City is also a historic city with much fame to its status and is known for icons such as the Glenmore Manor as well as Carson-Newman college. www.jeffcitytn.com
Morristown is rhe other big city in our respective region, Morristown isn’t quite as big as Knoxville but it is an impressive city and wonderful place to live at the bottom line. Morristown and its Metropolitan area span Hamblen, Jefferson and Greene counties and is known for the Cherokee Reservoir, a “twin” to Douglas Lake, the Crockett Tavern Museum, the Rose Center and much more. www.mymorristown.com