- Our list of the best things to do in Maryville, Tennessee, features the top 143 nearby activities — including 58 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Maryville, TN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Water Activities, Amusement, Sights & Landmarks, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 18 things to do within the city of Maryville, TN , followed by 125 popular activities in nearby cities, including Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Townsend, Sevierville, Oak Ridge, Kodak, Walland, Gatlinburg, Hartford, Dyersburg and Oneida
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5315 Bryson City Road, Franklin, NC 28734 MoreLess Info
Gem and mineral enthusiasts flock to the Mason Mountain Mine & Cowee Gift Shop in Franklin, North Carolina. This family-owned business is popular with children and adults. Visitors may pan for gems at the mine site or purchase polished stones at the gift shop. Refreshments are also available.
North Carolina contains an abundance of gemstones and valuable minerals, and Rose Creek Mine lets customers share in the excitement of unearthing something new and precious. Adults and children are welcome to search for amethyst, rubies, sapphires, citrine, topaz, quartz and garnets.
Featuring a guide familiar with the region's waterways, Western NC Fly Fishing Guide takes visitors to fishing destinations like Nantahala River and Tuckaseegee River. The guide provides all the fishing equipment, from rods to flies.
The Sheffield Mine in Franklin, North Carolina is a seasonal mine that invites guests to 'come play in the dirt.' It is famous for its 'honkers' - huge stones often unearthed by customers. The Mine is not open in wintertime.
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41 Cherokee Mine Road, Franklin, NC 28734 MoreLess Info
Franklin, North Carolina's Cherokee Ruby & Sapphire Mine is a working gem and mineral mine. Customers experience the thrill of finding uncut stones from native soil. The mine does not stock its soil with lab-created stones or gems from other locations.
Located along the shores of the Little Tennessee River, Great Smokey Mountain Fish Camp and Safaris offers family-friendly fun and recreation. From April through November, visitors to the site can enjoy camping, tubing, kayaking, and fishing.
Maggie Valley has many beautiful hiking locations, and Waterrock Knob is among the most beautiful. The Knob is perched at the apex of a 1.2-mile walking trail, and offers unparalleled views of the entire Maggie Valley.