Created by dustincurtis on October 7, 2007
We stayed at a charming Bed and Breakfast ...The Maplehurst Inn ...after our truck broke down on I75
Created by THE soni on June 24, 2007
Quick two-day trip to Knoxville, TN
Created by princess1221792003 on August 2, 2006
Trip to the Knoxville Zoo.
Created by jpalm1124 on April 19, 2006
Knoxville—A day of riverwalks, forts, historic homes, and a garden.
Created by lucinda3 on October 7, 2005
I grew up in Knoxville and went to the University of Tennessee. I often go back to visit family and friends.
Created by KDKerr on June 7, 2005
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For 22 years, I called Knoxville home. It is a mid-sized city located about an hour away from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee is bordered by eight states, more states nieghbor it than anywhere else in the country, and auto travelers usually pass through Knoxville on their way to the Southeastern U.S.
College football is practically a religion in the Southeast, and the blood of Knoxville's residents runs orange. The city is home to the main campus of The University of Tennessee, and its football and womens basketball teams are always among the nation's best. Please note that wearing anything with a University of Flordia logo on it could put you in a life threatening situation.
Nature lovers will find Knoxville especially pleasing. There are mountains, valleys, and lakes spread throughout the area. The city experiences all four seasonal climates from hot, humid summers to bitingly cold winters. Autumn is a time to behold with a full palette of fall colors appearing on the landscape.
Knoxville also famously hosted the 1982 World's Fair which was the backdrop for a hilarious episode of The Simpsons called "Bart on the Road" (Season 7, Episode 21). A fictional fraternity at The University of Tennessee was also featured in the movie "Road Trip."
Created by kwasiak on March 21, 2005
I ended up in Knoxville to see the U of A women's basketball team play in the first round of the 2005 NCAA tournament. While here, I also got to see the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
Created by CLEdwards on July 29, 2004
I spent the 4th of July weekend this year in the Knoxville area visiting friends and seeing the Smokey Mountains.
Created by tamtbell on March 1, 2004
This was the second stop on our 30-day journey across the United States. Since we were arriving after 2pm, we didn't expect to be able to do much more than relax and finally take a break from driving.
Created by cyc guide on January 19, 2004
I've stayed at the Marriott in Knxoville several times over the past few months and I find the hotel an excellent place to stay for business or pleasure.