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Address: 2788 Highway 70 Kyles Ford, TN 37765 Contact Email: info@clinchriverecotourism.com Phone: (423) 733-4400 Fax: (423) 733-4400 Toll-free: (877) 483-7211
#A packed parking lot at River Place
#River Place servers are friendly and welcoming!
#Delicious home cooked food!
#Catfish and hush puppies is a favorite in the cafe
#Homemade desserts every day in the cafe
#The Clinch River is perfect for kayaking, canoeing and all sorts of water fun!
#Gearing up for a raft trip!
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#River Place from the riverbank
#Low-impact cabins on the hillside over the river
#Catfish Cabin tucked away in the trees.
#Charming, country cottage bedroom
#A full kitchen in each of our cabins makes your stay much easier!
#Cabin bedroom with queen bed
#Cabin loft with twin beds
#Cozy living areas in our cabins
#Cozy living and dining areas in the cabins
#Our conservation retreat center. Rent this renovated house for your next group event!
#Large, bright windows in our conservation retreat center.
#Linens provided in all cabins and retreat center.
#Come visit us and get one of our popular t-shirts! Collect all the designs!
#You will enjoy the peaceful scenery on your way to River Place
#Live music on our riverside stage
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Located approximately 2 miles from the TN/VA border on Hwy 70 (Trail of the Lonesome Pine). Find us next to the green bridge over the Upper Clinch River at the intersection of Hwy 33 and Hwy 70 in Hancock County, Tennessee.

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Imagine...  You are comfy and cozy in a warm bed in a cabin tucked into the woods. The first sound you hear when you wake up is the ebbing and flowing Clinch River. A glance out the window reveals towering trees, lush ferms and native wildflowers. You can't see distant neon lights through a man-made clearing, you probably can't check e-mail on your phone, and you can't watch a blueray in a built-in theater room. What you can do is experience the scenic beauty and outdoor recreation opportunities of Kyles Ford, Tennessee, deemed "one of the last great places on earth" by the Nature Conservancy.

Whether you are planning an anniversary getaway, a family vacation or a group retreat, River Place can accommodate you. Our low-impact cabins are nestled into the woods overlooking the river with rustic feel, yet providing all modern conveniences to keep you comfortable. Linens, full kitchen and bath, satellite TV, porches with rocking chairs and heat and air conditioning come standard in our cabins and retreat.

While you are here, enjoy the river by renting one of our canoes, funyaks, tube trackers, rafts and inner tubes. The visiting sportsman can enjoy fishing and hunting in season. Nature enthusiasts will also love the swimming, exploring, birdwatching and more in the Clinch River valley. Nearby day trips include Elrod Falls, Natural Tunnel, Historic Rogersville and Melungeon heritage sites in Sneedville. The River Place outfitter has fishing poles, bait, tackle, camping gear, groceries and almost anything you need.

After your adventures, head on over to River Place Cafe to satisfy your growling stomach! The motto is "fresh food, not fast food." Our cooks make food like your momma used to, so you'll love this taste of home. Or, if you haven't had country home cookin' this is a great place for your first taste. 

Weekends at River Place are the most fun of all! If the river brings you down on a Friday or Saturday, you can listen to some great LIVE music on the porch or riverside stage! Every Friday is Steak Nite, with specials starting at 4pm and the sweet sounds of mandolins, fiddles, and guitars starting at 6:30. During the summer months and early fall, we have music on Saturdays as well, with catfish dinners, frog legs and fried green tomatoes. Musicians from the region play country, bluegrass, rock, folk, and acoustic, and these nights always promise a good time.

Whether you stay for an hour, a day or a week, come on down to River Place. We would love to have you!


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City: Kyles Ford, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Northeast

Admission Rates:
Cabins (2 night stay minimum): Weekly Rate: $75 Sun-Wed: $80 Thu-Sat: $95 **Nov-Mar (off season) $65/night** Floating: Funyaks, Canoes (seats 1-2): $30/day Rafts (seats up to 6): $50/day Tubes (seat 1): $15/day

Discounts:
Group Discount, Other Discounts

Payment Types Accepted:
Visa, Cash, MasterCard

Hours Open:
Mon-Thu: 7 am-8 pm Fri-Sat: 7 am-9 pm Sun: 9 am-6 pm

Dates Closed:
Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day


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