5 Things You Can Only Do In Knoxville TN
1. Attend a VOL Football Game… There is absolutely nothing like the experience of attending a VOL Football game in Neyland Stadium. I have been to games at the University of Michigan, Ohio State and several other stadiums. But the excitement and experience of being in Neyland Stadium with over 100,000 there is nothing like it. You fell like you are right down there on the field with the players experiencing the game. Even if you aren’t a VOL FAN if you ever have the chance to go to a game you should do it. It is worth the experience and you will know the words to “Rocky Top” by the end of the game.
2. Experience A Big Orange Sunset… When we moved to Knoxville one of the first things I really learned to enjoy were the sunsets. It doesn’t matter where you are on the river, in the mountains or just sitting on your front porch in the evening. The sunsets in Knoxville are just spectacular and one of the simple pleasures you learn to enjoy. When you see one you will find out why we are know as Big Orange Country.
3. Enjoy Four True Seasons…Knoxville truly has four distinct seasons. Winter starts like it should in December and isn’t too harsh snow is rare. Spring gets here in March and everything starts blooming and carries into summer. Summers and Falls are very enjoyable not too hot until you hit mid August but it doesn’t last long. Then you hit fall and football season my favorite time of year.
4. Eat at more restaurants per capita than any other city… Knoxville has more restaurants per person than any other city in the country. It doesn’t matter what you are in the mode for you can find it in Knoxville. Some of our favorites are The Crown and Goose and Roxbarb If you want to check out some of the great dining Knoxville has to offer the week of February 27-March 4, 2011 is a great time to do it. That week is Knoxville Restaurant Week check it all out on website KnoxvilleRestaurantWeek.com
5. Live In Knoxville The Crown Jewel Of The Southeast….When we moved to Knoxville a few year ago people couldn’t believe it. They said things like why there? Isn’t that kind of backwoods? Many people from outside the Knoxville Area think everyone here marries their cousins and live in double wides. I hope they keep thinking like that so they don’t discover what a GREAT place Knoxville is to live and raise a family. We have a very diverse culture and you will never run out of things to do.
If you are thinking about relocating to the Knoxville Area. Feel free to contact me I have done it and let me share with you the all the advantages of moving K-Town. Call me at 865-696-9002 or email me Rick@TheBigOrangePress.com