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The city of Morristown is situated in the northeast corner of Tennessee and offers a huge range of things to do and see. The area was first settled in the 1700’s and was incorporated in 1855. Over the years, the city has developed from a primarily agricultural town to a manufacturing-based economy, and companies produces a large number of products.
Nearby is Panther Creek State Park, which offers hiking, mountain biking, horse trails and more, while Cherokee Lake, Clinch Mountain Range, and Tennessee Wilderness Road are all in easy reach. If you are looking for some interesting towns to visit, nearby, you will also find Jefferson City, Dandridge and White Pine. The huge cities of Knoxville and Asheville are just a short drive away.
No visit to Morristown would be complete without a visit to Panther Creek State Park, located on the Cherokee Reservoir just outside of town. With 17 hiking trails at varying levels of difficulty, it is a good place to head regardless of if you are a novice hiker or someone more advanced. Many of the trails offer beautiful views of the lake and the Mountains. The boat ramp offers lake access, so in addition to land activities, boating, fishing and water sports are all very popular. Plus, with being so close to town, you will not have to drive far in your RV rental from Morristown.
Cherokee Park is a public park located just on the outskirts of town, and as the name suggests, is on the banks of Cherokee Lake. There are a few picnic pavilions so you can enjoy lunch with a view as well as a boat launch, splash pad, marina, and playground. The large outdoor amphitheater here also plays host to concerts and performances throughout the summer months, so it might be worth checking what’s on before booking your camper rental in Morristown.
Just a short drive out of town in your travel trailer rental from Morristown is the world renown Great Smokey Mountains National Park. The park is simply full of animal and plant life, with the many black bear sightings one of the main attractions. It is not at all surprising that it is Americas most visited national park. As well as exploring the diverse, mountainous landscape, you can also take part in a huge range of recreational activities such as hiking to Rainbow Falls or visiting the Alum Cave Bluffs.
One of the best options for parking your RV rental from Morristown, TN overnight is to make use of the camping facilities directly in town, such as at the Cherokee Park RV Park. The park is set on 50 acres, offering a relaxing, peaceful setting, with both wooded and open spaces. One of the most attractive things about this campground is that it is remote enough to feel as though you have escaped city life but close enough to town to make use of the many attractions, shops, and eateries that can be found there. Overall there are 74 campsites which are all equipped with water and electrical hook-ups. Book an RV in Morristown and enjoy this wonderful area!
Card’nal Cove RV Park aims to provide a relaxing sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of city life, with lake views and some beautiful sunsets. As the lake offers some of the best fishing in the state, you can purchase gasoline, oil, bait and tackle in the dock-house, as well as basic supplies, so you can fish off of the dock and catch yourself some dinner. There is also a swimming pool, covered pavilion and playground, ensuring there is something to keep everyone entertained. Park your motorhome rental from Hamblen County here and cast a line.
Heading south, another popular RV park is Dumplin Valley Farm, a campground with a bit of a difference. There are several pull through sites which offer a choice of 30 or 50 amp electric, water, and sewer, as well as a dump station. The park is the home of the annual Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival and makes for a fun place to stay.
For kids and adults alike, the Briarwood Safari is a popular attraction in Morristown, featuring a whole host of animals from all over the world. The entire safari is four miles long and will take you over rolling hills and green pastures, with animals from six continents roaming their huge outdoor enclosures. Once you have seen the sights from the safety of your vehicle, the park also has some other attractions such as a tractor-pulled wagon and small petting zoo.
Morristown is big on disc golf and is home to three courses to suit a range of age and skill levels. Since June 2013, it has also been proud to host the Tennessee Disc Golf Championships. Try your hand at one of the courses which are located in the town parks for some family fun.
For those that want a bit of culture, a visit to the Crockett Tavern Museum may be interesting. It was built on the site of the boyhood home of Davy Crockett, and as well as touring the site, you can also view one of the fun, regular enactments. The Rose Center is the cultural hub of Morristown and is home to a range of art events, exhibitions, concerts, classes, and the annual Makin's festival. With so much to see and do, rent a travel trailer in Morristown, TN and set off on a great outdoor adventure!