119 Pinnacle Dr
Johnson City, TN 37615
Phone: (423) 282-0488
Fax: (423) 282-0598
Scenic overlook, 15 miles of hiking trails, excellent opportunities for bird watching, wildflower, tree and habitat studies.
This par-72 professional course features 18 holes, a pro shop, a snack bar and golf carts.
Owned and operated by the City of Johnson City, Buffalo Valley is an 18-hole public course with a full proshop, driving range, and practice green. Golf lessons from PGA professionals are available.
Cattails, an 18-hole championship golf course, is open to the public and offers four sets of tees, a practice range and green, group and private instruction, outings and tournaments and quality club rentals. Golf Packages are available.
Watauga Kayak Tours and Outfitters offers guided lake and calm river tours including a guide and a fully-equipped touring kayak. They offers trips for the young at heart and do all of the paddling, rent & sell kayaks, tubes, rafts, and many different types of fishing boats. Also have inflatable canoes that are ideal for fly fishing and white water rafting on the Watauga River. They are located on the banks of the Watauga River, offer a shuttle service, and stock several types of fly fishing supplies. They also offer guided river and lake kayak trips
Prepare yourself for an adventure on the wild rapids on the Upper and Lower Nolichucky River. Guides are professionals who are well trained with safety emphasized. A riverside location with primitive camping or rustic cabins is available.
This public golf course is a par 71 and has 18 holes. They offer practice greens, a deli, golf lessons and packages, as well as memberships.
Experts from near and far comment and teach about the wildlife present at Steele Creek Park.
Cosmic bowling every Friday and Saturday night from midnight to 2 a.m.
This 18-hole public golf course is an official member of the USGA and the PGA. The driving range is available for night use and the course offers special twilight rates.
The Cherokee National Forest covers an area of 655,598 acres (265311 hectares) across several prominent mountain ranges such as Great Smoky Mountains and Big Frog Mountain, with the Ocoee River flowing in the park confines. With 15 recreation areas, each more different than the other, the Cherokee National Forest presents one with a plethora of recreational and relaxation activities. These include camping, fishing, hiking, nature viewing and a whole lot of water and winter sports. There's something here for everyone!
Though it may be short, this nine-hole public golf course has many hills and sand traps to keep a golfer entertained and challenged.