Located in the Appalachian Valley, Knoxville is known as the Most Dog Friendly City.
This exciting best college town is nicknamed the Lakeway to the Smokies and is home to one of the top colleges in the Knoxville area, the University of Tennessee.
In downtown Knoxville, the Market Square Farmer’s Market is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays May through November.
The Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum is a free botanical garden where garden enthusiasts congregate for inspiration.Rowing teams can be observed training on the Tennessee River in downtown.Landlubbers can quickly access public golf courses in West Knoxville.Specialties include orthopedics, neurology, bariatric surgery and women’s care.The University of Tennessee Medical Center is a 489 bed teaching hospital and is home to the Brain & Spine Institute, the Cancer Institute, the Heart & Lung Institute and Women’s and Children’s Health Center. High quality medical care in close proximity to waterfront retirement communities is an important factor for retirees relocating to the area.