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Trees Downtown Project

The Committee for TN Mountain City Downtown grant project announces a special opportunity for you,the public, to donate a tree to be planted along Main Street Downtown.
Trees may be dedicated to the memory or in honor Of a friend or loved one. Brass plaques will be engraved and attached at the base of the tree.
Contact Karla for more details! (423)202-4386

Draw of the Mountains

There are many things that draw us to the mountains. For some it is cooler elevations, but for others it is the winding mountain roads of "The Snake" on their motorcycle.
Here you will discover the many attractions like Backbone Rock, Watuaga Lake, and our prestigious Red Tails golf course that residents and tourists alike have discovered right here in Johnson County Tennessee.

Steeped in History

We would like to invite you to please stop in at the Welcome Center as you come into Mountain City in Johnson County, TN. Inside you will find a mini-museum of historical information, artifacts, and pictures from our past.
Besides enjoying a cup of coffee inside our large open beam wood construction at the Welcome Center, you are sure to learn much about our history, our people, and our hospitality as well!

County News & Local Events

Doe Mountain Adventure Trails

DOE MOUNTAIN RECREATION – Tennessee’s #1 Destination for ‘Outdoor Adventure Tourism’. With miles of hiking, mountain biking, horseback and OHV riding trails, this 8,600 acre mountain range nestled in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains is destined to become the regions premiere outdoor adventure destination. Permits Required!

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Watauga Lake Winery

Watauga Lake Winery opens to public We have planned a fantastic season this year and hope that you join us in many of the events that we will be offering at Watauga Lake Winery. Our new web page is up and we would love for you to look us up and give us your thoughts: […]

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Heritage Hall

Armed with a vision of restoration, in seven years a small group of volunteers raised the money, organized labor and oversaw a top-to-bottom renovation breathe life into a 1923 high school auditorium. In September, 2005, the facility reopened as Heritage Hall Theatre, an intimate, warm, community-based theatre suitable for a wide range of performances and events.  […]

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Doe Mountain 8,600 Acre Recreation Area

Recently The Nature Conservancy and the state of Tennessee put together an $8.8 million transaction that puts Doe Mountain’s 8,600 acres into the ownership of the state of Tennessee with the land being managed both natural resource protection as well as multiple-use recreation. Before 2005, the mountain was used as a wildlife management area and leased to the Tennessee […]

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