We are only 2 hours from Nashville and 1 hour from Gatlinburg. Stay with us for good rates, and less crowds!! We have big RV spaces for privacy, and the views of the mountains from all sites. Easy access to Knoxville for shopping or site seeing. The attractions listed are within a short ride with little traffic hassles. If your looking for relaxing this is the place!
Visit the Muddy Pond community of Mennonites and all their fine crafts and homemade pies and jams, watch as they make sorghum in the factory. There are also many other unique and historical towns and burgs. This is a very nice scenic drive.
The Cumberland County Playhouse is now the only major non-profit professional performing arts resource in rural Tennessee, and one of the 10 largest professional theaters in rural America. It serves more than 145,000 visitors annually with two indoor and two outdoor states, young audience productions, a comprehensive dance program, a concert series and touring shows. The Cumberland County Playhouse is the only non-profit professional performing arts organization in Tennessee that wholly owns and operates its own major performance facility. www.ccplayhouse.com/static/shows.html For more information take a look at the website:
Crossville and Cumberland County, Tennessee, easily lay claim to being called the Golf Capital of Tennessee. Situated on Tennessees Cumberland Plateau, 11 championship golf courses await golfers of all skill levels. From Wyndham at Fairfield Glade, Tennessees famous vacation and retirement resort featuring 90 holes of golf, to the Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain State Park, Tennessees first Jack Nicklaus-designed course, the best spot for golf in Tennessee is Crossville and Cumberland County.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT In Crossville and Cumberland County, community leaders have supported the theatre and the arts for over 50 years. This leadership and the citizens of our community created an imaginative and positive atmosphere for creative arts which led to the development of a rural community theatre in 1965. The Cumberland County Playhouse was established. Today over 145,000 visitors see world-class musicals, dramas, comedies and concerts at the legendary Cumberland County Playhouse. The Palace Theatre, built in 1938, and restored in 1996, is a downtown community auditorium hosting concerts, like the Big South Opry, community meetings and plays. Over 28,000 visitors enjoyed local events in 2009. Crossville and Cumberland County enjoy concerts produced by an active Community Band and the Children of Crossville Chamber Orchestra. The Blue Ribbon Award winning Cumberland County Fair offers family fun for everyone. With over nine festivals, there is always a treasure chest full of live entertainment events for all ages