The Appalachian Trail is a 2,181-mile long public footpath that runs from Maine to Georgia. Enjoyed by 4 million people annually, the trail is appealing to all ages and abilities. The trail passes through 14 states in the eastern U.S. and offers hikers spectacular scenery, enjoyable exercise, and the opportunity for adventure.
Nolichucky River Outpost, Erwin, TN
1 - 888 - 905 - 7238
Head down the Nolichuckey River on a white water raft and take on wavy rapids and an impressive wilderness! NOC runs small, intimate rafting trips, allowing you and your group to fully absorb the experience.
Greeneville Airport (GCY)
246 Airport Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745
423 - 765 - 5111
Explore Greeneville from 10,500 feet above the ground at the Greeneville Municipal Airport. JumpTN is a group of professional skydivers who operate right here in Greeneville, TN. JumpTN holds the current state record for completing a 37 skydiver large formation as well as having members who have been part of the United States parachute team multiple times. Whether you are checking off your bucket list or you are looking for a group of people who share your adventurous spirit this is a great place to start. For more information check out www.jumptn.com and schedule a jump today.
Pioneer Park at Tusculum University
135 Shiloh Rd., Tusculum, TN 37745
423 - 609 - 7400
The Greeneville Reds, an Appalachian League affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, play a 34-game home schedule at Pioneer Park, on the campus of Tusculum University, from June through August. Fans can see some of the top prospects drafted and signed by the Cincinnati Reds getting their first experience in professional baseball. In addition, the Reds offer a family-oriented environment providing entertainment to both adults and children through a wide variety of promotions. www.GreenevilleReds.com
3425 Hwy 11E, Limestone, TN 37681
423 - 257 - 1927
Brights Zoo is a private, family-owned facility nestled in the hills of East Tennessee. Animals living here include some rare & endangered species such as addax, bongo and scimitar-horned oryx, and bactrian camels. The center also contains more common but exotic creatures like red kangaroos, spider monkeys, pandas and zebras.
1020 Walters Rd., Greeneville, TN 37743
423 - 552 - 5988
Mustang Alley Riding Stables has 55 acres dedicated to hourly rides, and visitors can ride on the Cherokee National Park horse trails during the all day rides. Horses are available for beginners and more experienced riders. Call for appointment.
423 - 426 - 7626
Make your reservations for the year now, as slots fill up fast!