2018 tourism guide published


HUNTSVILLE, Tenn. — “Discover Scott,” the print edition, has been published and is now available.

The Scott County Chamber of Commerce published its 2018 Vacation & Relocation Guide on Tuesday, June 5. Copies of the guide were distributed via the Independent Herald newspaper in Oneida, Tenn., and are also available at the Scott County Visitor Center in Huntsville.

The 40-page, full-color tabloid newspaper includes information on the myriad activities that are available for adventurists and explorers in Scott County, “The Adventure Tourism Capital of Tennessee.” Featured are the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area and the North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area, along with other destinations in Scott County — including Historic Rugby and the Museum of Scott County.

Scott County is home to both the 125,000-acre Big South Fork NRRA, which is the fifth-largest national park in the eastern U.S., and the 145,000-acre North Cumberland WMA. Located within a 20-minute drive of Scott County are Daniel Boone National Forest, Frozen Head State Natural Area, Colditz Cove State Natural Area, Pogue Creek Canyon State Natural Area, and Pickett State Park.

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