361 Fountain View Circle
Alcoa, TN 37701
Phone: (865) 379-7799
Fax: (865) 379-0034
Take a guided lake kayak tour in the lakes surrounding the Smokies.
Hike with an experienced naturalist in the Great Smoky Mountains. See spectacular views, waterfalls, and a great diversity of plants and wildlife. Customized hikes are a specialty.
Lightly rolling 18 hole, par 72 golf course that features several lake holes, Bermuda fairways, large undulating bentgrass greens, and large tee boxes. A restaurant, driving range, and fully stocked pro shop are on site.
This arena provides one of the largest campus basketball facilities in the whole of America. Home to both the U.T. Men and Women's basketball teams, the Thompson-Boling Arena is popular with the crowds that crave quality college basketball events. Apart from that, the arena also hosts a number of concerts, sporting events and exhibitions. Tickets can be purchased through the box office located at the arena itself as well as various ticket outlets throughout the city. Only cash is accepted at the ticket outlets while the box office also accepts credit cards.
Here you will find a fitness center which offers strength training, treadmills, stair climbers, and hot tubs. Karate and gymnastics classes are also available. Birthday parties given here offer a unique opportunity for children to experience karate or gymnasitics classes before enjoying cake and presents.
One of the best golf courses in the area designed for recreational players, this challenging 18 hole, par 72 golf course features huge bent greens, Bermuda tees and fairways, and a three tiered driving range that includes practice sand bunkers, a chipping green, and a putting green. A fully stocked golf shop is also on site.
This public country club is set in a the beautiful mountains and featuers a golf course with 18 holes, a well stocked proshop, swimming pool, and banquet facilities. The course has a dress code, and soft spikes are required.
The Ijams Nature Center was developed and initiated by well known Knoxville bird expert Harry Ijams and his wife Alice Yoe Ijams who was popularly known as the 'First Lady of Knoxville Garden Clubs'. This nature center is a go to destination for locals as well as visitors who are looking for a day filled with adventure and exploring the wild. This place has an abundance of nature's goodness, bird watching opportunities-mainly owls, picnic spots, biking and walking trails as well, the activity list is endless. So, come on down for a nice wild day with family.
This gallery features artists local and regional, traditional and contemporary. Classes and workshops in traditional mountain skills are held regularly.
Challenging public 18 hole, par 72 golf course that offers an exciting golf experience for players of all levels with numerous tee times available.
Located promiscuously on the border of both the states, the Cades Cove is a valley flagged by Tennessee and North Carolina states on each side. The valley is towered by the Thunderhead Mountains and is undoubtedly a scenic component of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Depicting the vastness of nature, the cove is home to varied species of wildlife. Deers and bears are actually the crowd pullers here, making Cades Cove the most visited and most popular site in the National Park. Besides, camp sites can also be availed here, making it an adventurous trip.
One of the best ways to enjoy the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains is to trot along atop a four legged friend. The Smoky Mountain Riding Stables provides you the opportunity to soak in the beauty of the environs. There are horse backs for every stage, beginning to advance. They have around 40 horses that are fit to take care of every saddle. Rates are applicable for one or two hours of riding. Children above 5 can ride and no double riding is allowed.