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Pikeville Things to Do

  • Buzzard's Roost Overlook

    Sept 2013, This was our third visit in the past four years to this lovely overlook. This another lookout or overlook on the scenic drive inside of Fall Creek Falls State Park...you can actually spend a few days here and not see it all..Gorgeous!!! — at Fall Creek Falls State Park.Millikan’s Overlook is one of the most inspiring vistas found in Fall...

  • Bledsoe County Jail

    Bledsoe County Jail128 Frazier Street Pikeville, TN 37367This historic jail was constructed in 1851 and originally held 5 prisoners. Up until its closing in 2008, the jail held the title of the longest operating jail in Tennessee. The present stone facade was added in 1937 as a WPA project. Today, the jail houses the Veterans Association.Outside...

  • Dr. James Ross House

    Dr. James A. Ross House102 Frazier Street Pikeville, TN 37367This Folk-Victorian style house was the home and office of Dr. James Ross, built c. 1872. Ross fought for the Confederacy in the Civil War, and came to Pikeville two years after the close of the war. Once in Pikeville, he began investing in real estate. In 1872, he acquired the Acuff...

  • Bridgeman House

    This two-story 1815 home next to the courthouse in Pikeville, TN was owned by John Bidgeman. Bridgeman was a local civic and business leader who outfitted a company of Confederate infantry from Bledsoe County.A federal-style house built in 1815, the John Bridgman House was one of the earliest dwellings in Pikeville. John Bridgeman was the founder...

  • Drive around to see Old Homes

    The Sequatchie Valley was part of Cherokee lands until 1805, when the Cherokee ceded it to the U.S. as part of the Treaty of Tellico. The valley was probably named after a Cherokee chief, but the name has also been rumored to mean "beautiful valley" in the Cherokee language. By the late 18th century, the valley had been identified by long hunters,...

  • Fall Creek Falls State Park

    Tony and I have been here several times..it is one of my favorite parks in Tennessee...Today we drove to the falls and hiked to them enjoying the cool weather and sunshine and the fact it wasn't too crowded and all the beautiful FALL LEAVES...gorgeous!!!I can't wait to go back in January for my birthday..to see the park in the Winter. We want to...


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  • Pig-N-Catch Restaruant

    Tony and I was at Fall Creek Falls State Park hiking all day and we drove down to Pikeville for some late afternoon lunch. We drove through the town and I took some pictures of some lovely old homes in the Historical District. The town was so dead and quiet. We didn't really have many restaurants to choose from and the Pig-N-Catch was the prettiest...

  • You can get your belly full here

    One look at the Rock House Cafe and you'll know that this restaurant is appropriately named, since it is constructed of native fieldstone. It is a favorite of locals, and that about all you will see here, because not too many strangers pass through these parts.The interior is decorated with antiques and enought license plates from around the...

  • Good Authentic Mexican Food

    This is a very decent Mexican restaurant near the center of Pikeville. It is operated by a family from Mexico who are very hospitable and also happen to be to be great cooks. I have eaten here on several occasions when I was staying next door at the Coachman Inn, the only motel in town. It is conveniently located, the food is well prepared and...


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    R & R Kuntry Pumpkin Center: Pumpkin Capital of Tennessee

    by Stephen-KarenConn Updated Sep 23, 2006

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    This roadside farm market, operated by a mother/daughter team, is open year round, but it especially shines in late summer and autumn when the pumpkins are harvested. Other farm fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, etc. are available in season. The selection is abundant and the prices are very fair.

    Even out of season, this is a great place to get homemade jams, jellies, apple butter, pie fillings and other home canned goods. Also, you'll enjoy the fresh baked goodies. The folks are friendly and they work hard to deserve your business. Stop in here once and you'll be back.

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  • Sequatchie Valley

    Have you ever seen a valley so beautiful, lush and serene that just gazing out over it brings tears of joy to your eyes and makes you glad to be alive. Tennessee's Sequatchie Valley is that kind of place. In my mind, there is not a lovelier spot on the planet.Pikeville and Bledsoe County are at the upper end Sequatchie Valley, which cuts through...

  • Bledsoe County Courthouse

    Bledsoe County has a long and interesting history. The county was created by the Tennessee State Legislature in 1807 from part of Roane County. This was the 33rd county created in the state.Settlers moved into the Sequatchie Valley soon after the treaty with the Indians was signed, ceding the first part of the valley to the state of Tennessee in...

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