Sharp's Motel

Address: Highway 25 West, La Follette, Tennessee, 37766, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel is located on Highway 25 West, La Follette.
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Travel Blogs from La Follette

Atlanta to Oliver Springs

A travel blog entry by k-rod on Oct 04, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

Summary

Drove 220 miles in 3.5 hours.

Highlights

We arrived at Karen's aunt Suzanne's place around mid- afternoon, perfect timing for a hay ride and pumpkin pick expedition.

So we jumped into the car with Robbie, Suzanne and their 2 year old daughter Christie for the 1 hour drive to the farm. After the swampy low land country of GA and SC it was a welcome change to enter mountain country. The scenery was spectacular with ...

Stunning views driving to Knoxville

A travel blog entry by christine3036 on Jun 20, 2014

5 photos

... we had to stop coz it was raining so hard was so hard we couldn't see where we were going We stopped at this little hotel and they gave us free coffee and let us use the restroom, they were so lovely. Off to get something to eat then on to Nashville tomorrow baby!!! Love and miss you all loads ...

Burnt Bridge River Access Park

A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on May 04, 2014

65 photos

... line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">.so I whipped the van onto the side road and we drove the 4.5 miles into the woods, back country to find this River Access Park. We found it quite easily. We crossed the river on a newer bridge beside the remains of the old bridge.

Appalachia in the Past

A travel blog entry by fulkss on Apr 19, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... State Park to visit the Lenoir Museum, a collection of mountain artifacts, especially housewares, farm implements, and furniture. The museum also has displays about TVA's construction of the dam. I looked through a photo book of homes and people who lived there before the dam was built and Lake Norris was created as the reservoir. I talked with a museum staff person who said the government offered cash to those displaced and many left the area. A mile down the road from ...

Traveling through Eastern Tennessee Foothiills

A travel blog entry by fulkss on Apr 18, 2014

3 photos

... displaced mountain families and created electric power and a huge reservoir. The west campground is on the very top of a ridge?foothill? mountain? Whatever it is called I know that there are 2.5 miles of steep climbs, narrow roads, switchbacks just to get here. But it is beautiful. The 50 space campground was almost empty - just two big tents and one other camper and all quite far away from me. It was so quiet, just a few birds. I fell asleep by ...