Crossville/Cumberland County is situated on the Cumberland Plateau. With an elevation of 2,000 feet our summers are generally mild with glorious falls. Voted by Rand McNally as one of the most desirable places in the U.S. to live we are consistently ranked in the Top 10 Places to Retire.

WITH SO MUCH TO DO -  ONE WEEKEND WON¡¯T BE ENOUGH

The GOLF CAPITAL of Tennessee, Crossville has 10 championship courses.

Canoe and kayak the Obed Wild and Scenic River.

Hike in one of 3 area State Parks or on the CUMBERLAND TRAIL - a 283 mile walking corridor stretching from Cumberland Gap, Kentucky to Chattanooga.

Enjoy horseback riding and tennis.

CUMBERLAND COUNTY PLAYHOUSE, a nationally acclaimed theatre company with 2-4 productions running simultaneously guarantees an afternoon or evening of great entertainment.

Shopping -- with numerous antique stores, quaint shops, flea markets & Vanity Fair Outlet Mall  the shopper in your family will definitely be satisfied. In addition, the 127 Corridor Sale, the "country’s longest yard sale" is held the first week of August each year with 40 miles running through Crossville and Cumberland County.   During the sale we are open every night to accomodate our guests, just call to verify the dates with us. Don’t wait too late to make your reservations with us, we very rarely have any vacancies the week of the sale!!

Wineries -- the Award-winning Stonehaus Winery and Gift Shop and Chestnut Hill Winery both offer tastings & tours. 

Historical Sites:

The Homestead Tower - Built as part of the Roosevelt WPA program, here you can examine photos, documents & artifacts of the era.

The Depot - Original restored depot of the Tennessee Central Railroad now houses a lovely gift shop, small railroad museum & hosts an annual Pumpkin Festival in October each year.

Sgt. Alvin C. York Park Historic Park – Birthplace & museum of World War I hero and Historic Rugby

Dining -- Elegant four-star dining to pit smoked BBQ & southern cooking, there¡¯s something to please every taste.