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  1. Highland Manor Inn

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    7766 East Lamar Alexander Parkway, Townsend, Tennessee, United States
    (865) 448-2211 or 1(800) 213-9462
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  2. Egwani Farms Golf Course

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    3920 South Singleton Station Road
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    Egwani Farms is a family-run golf course which opened in 1991. It was the dream of Ernest Koella, Jr. to provide the Knoxville area with a top-notch public golf facility. He wanted not only the best maintained course, but also the best total golf experience. To him, that meant friendly service, a round of 4 hours and an ice cold beer. Today, carrying on his dream is his daughter Lisa, who grew up on the Egwani property when it was still a farm.
  3. Laurel Valley Golf Course

    Rivaled in beauty, only by The Great Smoky National Park, the views available from every hole are reminiscent of Laurel Valley's ridge-side neighbor ... Cade's Cove. This challenging, yet playable, eighteen-hole regulation course, was designed by Edmund B. Ault, ASGCA, and features bent grass greens and bermuda fairways. Dramatic drops in elevation, natural meandering creeks, and towering mountains are at every turn. Although private memberships are available, Laurel Valley Golf Course is open to public play and events, and offers a practice putting green, as well as rental clubs for the travelling golfer.
  4. Bent Creek Golf Village

    Bent Creek Golf Course, designed by three time Masters and British Open Championship Winner Gary Player is a par 72 course that opened in 1972. The front nine hugs the valley floor while the back nine offers a challenging mountain course. A beautiful sparkling mountain stream meanders throughout the entire course making for a breathtaking contrast between water and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Southern Living Travel Guide rated Bent Creek Golf Resort one of the "Top Fifty Golf Courses in the South."
  5. Pine Lakes Golf Course

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    4101 South Singleton Station Road
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    The 18-hole "Pine Lakes" course at the Pine Lakes Golf Course facility in Rockford, Tennessee features 6,593 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 . The course rating is 71.9 and it has a slope rating of 115. Designed by Ray Frankel, the Pine Lakes golf course opened in 1971. Stan Williamson manages the course as the General Manager.
  6. Gatlinburg Golf Course

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    520 Dollywood Lane, Traffic Light #8
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    Avid fans know that golfing isn't just a sport, it's a way of life! While in Gatlinburg and the Smokies, indulge in your favorite pastime at the area's most uniquely designed course. From the challenging layout and emerald fairways to beautifully wooded landscapes and well-manicured greens, you'll remember this picturesque setting in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains.

In prime condition after a half-million dollar renovation to several holes during 2007, Gatlinburg course provides unique golfing excitement in a spectacular mountain setting.
  7. Lambert Acres Golf Club

    Lambert Acres Golf Club is one of the most scenic courses in the area. A 27-hole golf course, Lambert Acres is nestled in the foothills of the breathtaking Great Smoky Mountains and has 9,525 yards of rolling hills with sloping grades throughout the entire layout.
  8. New Royal Oaks Golf Club

    The Royal Oaks Golf Course is a semi-private, 18 hole par 72 layout, designed by C.J. DeVictor. Royal Oaks is located 5 minutes from Maryville, Tennessee in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. Golfers will find Royal Oaks to be a fun and challenging course whether you are a novice or an experienced player.
  9. Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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    107 Park Headquarters Road
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    Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America's most visited national park.
  10. Cades Cove Campground

    Over 2 million visitors annually come to enjoy the scenic beauty of Cades Cove and its many historic structures. Popular activities here include hiking, biking, touring the 11-mile Cades Cove loop road and observing wildlife. Whether blanketed in bright wildflowers in the spring or vivid colors in the fall, the scenery at Cades Cove never disappoints.
  11. River Rat Tubing

    Looking for the best tubing and kayaking in Townsend? You've just found it. Make plans to visit Smoky Mountain River Rat in 2012. Smoky Mountain River Rat offers offers river Tubing and Kayaking on the Little River. With two river trips, upper section and lower section, included in our one low price this is a must-do activity when in the Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg area.
  12. River Rage Tubing

    We are located on the banks of the Little River, at at the entrance to the Smoky Mountains National Park, and closest gateway to famous Cades Cove in Townsend, Tennessee. Our reputation is based on offering the best service at the lowest price. Our friendly staff will give you an idea about real Southern Hospitality and provide you with the latest and safest equipment in the industry. For your convenience we established three separate locations, each offering private river access. Jump in a comfortable and colorful tube and enjoy the serenity of the Mountains up and down the river stream!
  13. Little River Railroad and Lumber

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    7747 East Lamar Alexander Parkway
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    The Little River Railroad and Lumber Company is a non-profit corporation founded in 1982 to preserve the heritage of the the Little River Lumber Company and the Little River Railroad. We operate a museum in Townsend, Tennessee, collecting, preserving and exhibiting the history of these companies, and of the people in this region.
  14. Tuckaleechee Caverns

    Carved over tens of thousands of years in one of the earth's oldest mountain chains, Tuckaleechee Caverns at Townsend, Tenn., are known as the "Greatest Site Under the Smokies".
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