Knoxville Named An Up & Coming Vacation Spot Everyone Should Know About

knoxvilleThe city of Knoxville has graced the top of a national list yet again. Knoxville was named by TripAdvisor as a “Top 10 Vacation Destination On The Rise.” TripAdvisor ranked a list of 10 destinations in the U.S. that are affordable, have less crowds, and have positive buzz among travelers.

On this list of 10 destination on the rise, Knoxville was ranked #9. TripAdvisor notes that Knoxville is an interesting place to visit do to an interesting local history (it was home to both Union and Confederate armies), Tennessee Sports, among many other things. Knoxville is also home to World’s Fair Park (where the 1982 World’s Fair was held), many museums, and beautiful landscapes (you can’t beat the Tennessee River and the Great Smokey Mountains), which makes Knoxville a great vacation spot.

The complete list of U.S. vacation destinations on the rise was as follows:

1. Wildwood, New Jersey
2. Nags Head, North Carolina
3. Prescott, Arizona
4. Telluride, Colorado
5. Pompano Beach, Florida
6. Traverse City, Michigan
7. Avalon, California
8. Waikoloa, Haiwaii
9. Knoxville, Tennessee
10. Gulf Shores, Alabama

This is not the first time that Knoxville has topped a national ranking list this year. Earlier this year, Knoxville was named one of America’s most affordable cities by Forbes. Knoxville ranked #5 on a list of American cities where residence enjoy a low cost of living. Knoxville was also named one of the Best College Sports Towns, ranking #2 on the national list.

Knoxville is a great city to live in. If you’re thinking about moving to Knoxville or buying a Knoxville home for sale, please do not hesitate to let Knoxville Home Team know if there is anyway that we can assist in your home search. Rick can be reached at 865-696-9002 or via email at Rick@KnoxvilleHomeTeam.Com. Kati can be reached at 865-696-1888 or via email at Kati@KnoxvilleHomeTeam.Com. Also, be sure to check out our Knoxville Home Search Page to see what home are for sale in the Knoxville area.