Knoxville, TN

Perfect blend of small-town, southern hospitality and city living

Knoxville ranked in 2015 Top 100 Best Places to Live by livibility.com

Located in the Appalachian Valley of East Tennessee, Knoxville is the home of the University of Tennessee. The city is full of things to enjoy throughout the year including: concerts, great restaurants, unique shops, museums, the zoo, the Sunsphere, historic home tours, Civil War sites, river boat cruises, train rides, the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, hockey games, and street festivals.

A number of major cities are just a few hours away. McGhee Tyson Airport has direct flights to destinations including: Chicago, Denver, Washington, D.C., Orlando, and several beach cities.

Driving distances and time:

Asheville, NC
2 hours
110 miles
Chattanooga, TN
2 hours
115 miles
Nashville, TN
3 hours
180 miles
Atlanta, GA
3.5 hours
200 miles
Charlotte, NC
4 hours
240 miles
Cincinnati, OH
4 hours
250 miles
Louisville, KY
4 hours
240 miles
Memphis, TN
6 hours
390 miles
Charleston, SC
6.5 hours
375 miles
St. Louis, MO
8 hours
500 miles
Washington, DC
8 hours
500 miles