Motorcycles and ATVs
Calling the wild at heart. Tennessee invites you to experience the thousands of miles of rugged trails that decorate our hillsides. Whether you prefer two wheels or four, Tennessee has the terrain to take you far off the beaten path.
Appalachian Fair Association, Inc.
Annual Community Celebration, last full week in Aug. Featuring motorcycle shows, dog shows, gun shows, country music performances, demolition derby, livestock shows, youth activities, rides, carnival and more. ...more
Bristol Motor Speedway & Dragway
Two of the premier facilities on the NASCAR and NHRA circuits and home to the most popular Winston Cup events in the USA. BMS hosts two cup races in March and August each year; Bristol Dragway hosts an April NHRA race. ...more
The Cherohala Skyway crosses through the Cherokee National Forest and offers a glimpse into the unspoiled forest environment where Cherokee tribes and early pioneers traveled and settled in the Appalachian Mountains. Enjoy mile-high vistas and brilliant season foliage as well as great hiking opportunities and picnic spots in these magnificent and seldom seen portions of the southern Appalachian National Forest. ...more
Cruise the Cherohala Skyway and treat yourself to sprawling views of the Great Smoky Mountains to the northeast and the Tennessee River Valley to the west. It is North Carolina's most expensive highway carrying a pricetag of $100,000,000. ...more
Cotton Junction Trail
Get ready for the Cotton Junction Trail, a rural journey through West Tennessee, named for the hypnotic beauty of the region’s signature cotton fields in early fall. It’s dotted with amazing stories, historic landmarks, and unique sights. ...more
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East Tennessee Crossing Scenic Byway
This rich stretch of Tennessee landscape follows the original path of the Cherokee Warriors Path, the Wilderness Road across the Clinch Mountain and the Cumberland Gap, the Dixie Highway of the Civil War period and the legendary bootlegging corridor of Thunder Road. Staring out, Pinnacle Rock at Cumberland Gap National Historic Park provides visitors with a bird’s eye view of the Gap’s panoramic vistas. ...more