- Our list of the best things to do in Knoxville, Tennessee, features the top 149 nearby activities — including 61 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Knoxville, TN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Water Activities, Amusement, Outdoor Places, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 32 things to do within the city of Knoxville, TN , followed by 117 popular activities in nearby cities, including Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, Townsend, Maryville, Oak Ridge, Kodak, Dandridge, Walland, Hartford, Dyersburg and Oneida
The Cherokee Indian Reservation in Cherokee, North Carolina is the most important Cherokee Reservation in the United States. Its residents welcome visitors and offer many traditional crafts for sale. The Reservation also hosts cultural seminars and educational events.
Open to public fishing, Morgan Mill Trout Farm stocks a pond with rainbow trout for visitors to fish in. The farm also has a service where visitors can have their newly caught fish filleted and packed with ice.
Located in Cherokee, North Carolina, Harrah's Cherokee Casino offers an exciting, sophisticated gambling experience in a beautiful and elegant environment. Enjoy card games, slots, roulette, poker and more. Harrah's has a bar and a restaurant.
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Owned and operated on the Cherokee Indian Reservation, End of the Trail Horseback Riding can accommodate all skill levels of riders. The hour long guided trail rides are available for those who are over six years old.
A traditional favorite of families in Cherokee, North Carolina, Santa's land is a combination zoo and theme park. One of the most popular and unusual features of this Christmas-themed attraction is the bear feeding program, which allows children and parents to hand-feed the zoo's tamest bears.
Noted for its impressive rock arches, Twin Arches Recreation Area features a 0.7 mile hike to the arches, a 4.6 mile loop trail, restrooms, and potential seasonal refreshments at the bottom of the trail.
Located in Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Burnt Mill Bridge River Access Park provides visitors with direct access to the Cumberland River. Visitors can wade into the water or enjoy a picnic by the shore.
Located near a river gorge, Big South Fork Nrra Bandy Creek offers visitors a campground and visitors center with information about the trails in the area. Visitors can go whitewater rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, and more at Big South Fork.
Located in a natural woodlands area, Cherokee Campground & Craig's Log Cabins offers visitors tent camping sites and cabins to rent. The campground is situated next to a creek that is often visited by wildlife like deer.