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Things to do during "cabin time" in Norris
Looking for Norris, TN cabins and vacation rentals near Knoxville? Norris Lake area cabins with a historical twist? Newly renovated but still embracing a 150 year old pioneer-design? Some of these Norris, TN cabins are walking distance to the Museum of Appalachia - affiliated with The Smithsonian Institute (300 years of American history). When a city is named a National Historic City, you know you’ll be surrounded by the sights and sounds of NE Tennessee history. If a city this close to Knoxville could be thought of as a utopia, it makes it a popular cabin vacation destination.
Downtown Norris has tree lined streets and wide sidewalks that lead to free summer concerts on the grassy Commons! The Norris Little Theatre has stage plays and musicals during Spring and Fall. You can learn about the region at the Norris Museum. These Norris cottages offer lots of local recreation: Go hiking, horseback riding, and biking on the scenic 2,400 acre Norris Watershed. If you want to turn part of your vacation into a fit-cation, hop on the 4 mile Hi Point Trail and climb to the 1460 ft. Observation Point. Or, take a more casual hike on, Joe’s Trail 2. Experience a mix of many farms, old field forests, hardwood forest. Cabin guests alway comment on The Appalachian Quilt Trail and the The Cumberland Gap narrow.
Since you plan and book with friendly Norris, TN vacation rental owners/managers, they can give you lots of tips on how to vacation like a local and explore the unchartered. Dip your toes or fishing bait into The Clinch River and nearby Norris Lake, or find some Appalachian artifacts at the The Lenoir Museum. You’re group is going to love the small town life and events like the Clinch River Fall Antique Festival in October: 90 antique dealers, antique cars, an 1804 pistol duel re-enactment, four bands in Hoskins Park.
Make sure you talk to the Norris rental owners about the many seasonal events and Smoky Mountain day trips. Compare cabins and unique Southern Appalachia lodging here, then book directly with the owner or local property manager. Why pay extra service fees on travel websites when you can book the same cabins direct.