Things to See and Do in Red Clay, TN

Red Clay State Historic Park
1140 Red Clay Park Road, S.W.
Cleveland, TN 37311
423 478-0339
http://www.state.tn.us/environment/parks/redclay/

  • Visit Red Clay’s historic fields and blue spring, site of Cherokee council meetings 1832-1837 and site of the reunion of the Eastern and Western Cherokees in 1984.
  • Kayak, hike, and picnic at the Ocoee Whitewater Center on the old Copper Road, now part of the Ocoee Scenic Byway
  • In Chattanooga, Ross’s Landing (near the Tennessee Aquarium) was a point of departure on the Trail of Tears.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Sugarlands Visitors Center
Hwy 441 Gatlinburg TN

Park Phone Numbers:

  • General Park Information:
    (865) 436-1200
  • Backcountry Information:
    (865) 436-1297
  • Backcountry Reservations:
    (865) 436-1231
  • Park Literature:
    (865) 436-0120
  • LeConte Lodge:
    (865) 429-5704

Parks and Resources

The Tennessee Overhill Heritage Association
P.O. Box 143, L&N Depot
Etowah, TN 37331
(423) 263-7232
Fax: (423) 263-1670
cldwll@usit.net
tennesseeoverhill.com

Ocoee Whitewater Center
Rt. 1, Box 285
Hwy. 64 West
Copperhill, TN 37317
Phone: (423) 496-5197 or 1-877-692-6050
Fax: (423) 496-1515

Ocoee-Hiwassee Ranger District
Rt. 1 Box 348-D
Benton, TN 37307
(423) 338-5201

Forest Supervisor’s Office
2800 North Ocoee Street P.O. Box 2010
Cleveland, TN 37320
(423) 476-9700