Jefferson County has a diverse array of restaurants for the hungry vacationer. From the choice steaks and cocktails of Angelos' Tavern at the Point to the seafood at Off the Hook, to the authentic country-cooking of Southern Charm Kitchen.
Find yourself in East Tennessee, a region abounding in natural beauty, outdoor adventure, culture, and family-fun. Spend a day on Cherokee or Douglas Lake. Travel our scenic roads that are rich in history. Visit one of our unique towns and experience our southern charm.
Come stay with us in Jefferson County, TN, the Lakeside of the Smokies. Visit one of our delightful Bed & Breakfast's, spend your vacation days in a lakeside cabin, or bring the RV to one of the many beautiful campgrounds and resorts of the area.
Take Thanksgiving to a new level this year by staying in a cozy cabin in Jefferson County, TN this year!
Jefferson County, TN is home to over 60 of the quilt blocks of East Tennessee. Visiting the quilt blocks has become a popular past time of visitors. Learn more about the original 6 squares that started it all.
With a history as rich as Jefferson County’s, it should not come as a surprise that spooky tales of mysterious happenings have developed over the course of time.
The 12th Annual Scots-Irish Festival is being held in Dandridge, TN on Saturday, September 29, 2018 with gates opening at 9 AM.
Bassmaster Eastern Open fishing tournament returns to Douglas Lake in Dandridge, TN on Thursday, September 13 - Saturday, September 15, 2018.
Fall in love with the Lakeside of the Smokies this year
Saturday, August 11, 2018—Jefferson County will be host to the Spirit of the Nations Powwow! Join us for a fun-filled day of American Indian history and culture.
The taverns in Dandridge and all over the country were an important hub and haven for weary travelers crossing our fledgling Country by way of stagecoach or horseback. Read more about the historic taverns in Dandridge, TN here.
Glenmore Mansion in Jefferson County, TN is celebrating it’s 150th birthday on Saturday, June 9, 2018. Join us for a day of events and fun!
Raccoon skin cap and rifle in hand, Davy Crockett is one of Tennessee’s most notable historical figure. Jefferson County Historian, Bob Jarnagin, walks us through Davy’s life experiences while he resided in Jefferson County, Tennessee from 1795 to 1812.
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