Comfort Suites East
7230 Region Lane
Knoxville, TN 37914
Phone: (865) 246-2426
Fax: (865) 246-2425
The Ijams Nature Center was developed and initiated by well known Knoxville bird expert Harry Ijams and his wife Alice Yoe Ijams who was popularly known as the 'First Lady of Knoxville Garden Clubs'. This nature center is a go to destination for locals as well as visitors who are looking for a day filled with adventure and exploring the wild. This place has an abundance of nature's goodness, bird watching opportunities-mainly owls, picnic spots, biking and walking trails as well, the activity list is endless. So, come on down for a nice wild day with family.
One of the premier public golf courses in Knoxville, this championship 18 hole, par 72 course was designed by Ault, Clark and Associates and features rolling Bermuda fairways and large bent greens. A large grass driving range, snack bar, and fully stocked pro shop are also on site.
Specializing in largemouth, smallmouth, Crappie, & Bluegill with trips for everyone from a beginner to the experienced angler. Also offers instructional trips and a pontoon boat trip for up to five people, so a small group or the whole family can enjoy an outing together.
Offers year round guide fishing trips with Professional USCG Licensed guides having over 20 years experience on area lakes and streams. Specializing in largemouth, smallmouth, crappie, bluegill, and stream spin or fly fishing for trout or smallmouth. Bass boat trips, pontoon trips great for families or small groups, and summer night trips are available. Come enjoy a great day of fishing while taking in the scenery of East Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountain Region.
Beautiful public 18 hole, par 70 golf course that offers a challenge to players of all skill levels and features a fully stocked pro shop on site.
This arena provides one of the largest campus basketball facilities in the whole of America. Home to both the U.T. Men and Women's basketball teams, the Thompson-Boling Arena is popular with the crowds that crave quality college basketball events. Apart from that, the arena also hosts a number of concerts, sporting events and exhibitions. Tickets can be purchased through the box office located at the arena itself as well as various ticket outlets throughout the city. Only cash is accepted at the ticket outlets while the box office also accepts credit cards.
The name of the river maybe Little Pigeon River, but it is by no means small or little in size. This gorgeous river is fed by streams that flow down from the awe-inspiring Great Smoky Mountains and courses through the towns of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. For those who love extreme sports, this river packs quite an adventure, as it is a very popular spot for whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing and tubing. It is where the Gatlinburg River Raft Ragatta takes place. Even if you are one who likes peace, quite and solitude, and loves being surrounded by nature, this river holds a promise of satisfaction. This river is just one of the several natural wonders you will find in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Challenging public 18 hole, par 72 golf course that offers an exciting golf experience for players of all levels with numerous tee times available.
When is the last time you went horseback riding? Five Oaks Riding Stables is conveniently located downtown, across from the Tanger Outlet Mall. This 70 acre nature park has beautiful views of the mountains, especially Mt. LeConte. Your trail guides will lead you through our breathtaking Smoky Mountains trails on a ride you won't soon forget.
Adventure Park at Five Oaks, conveniently located downtown across the street from the Tanger Outlet Mall, will soon offer not only horseback riding but a full zipline canopy tour starting in June of 2010. The Great Smokey Mountains offers breathtaking views; especially while horseback riding on their trails or riding ziplines in the canopy of their native trees!
Excellent mountain views are available at this beautiful 18 hole golf course that lies on approximately 6,700 yards and includes a driving range, practice bunker, and practice green.
Old-fashioned family fun and entertainment is provided at this village that provides horseback riding on over 500 acres with 100 horses and 50 riding cowboys keeping the action going seven days a week. Western weddings, cabin rentals, bonfire cookouts, and hay rides are also available on site.