Lakeside Resort

Address: 358 Relax Drive, Smithville, Tennessee, 37166, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located on 358 Relax Drive, Smithville, is near Appalachian Center for Craft.
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      Travel Blogs from Smithville

      Looking back...and back in one piece

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Jan 04, 2015

      Getting home was a bit of work.........

      We dropped the rental car off in San Diego and headed to the terminal. We were plenty early, cleared security, and had a bit to eat. Our flight was on time and we arrived in Dallas with a little more than an hour between our flights. We had to basically cross the airport diagonally. Dallas is a huge airport and things are a long way apart. We arrived at our gate with a half hour to spare.

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      Alabama to Madison Virginia

      A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Aug 25, 2014

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      25.8.2014

      Monday morning after breakfast we said our good by's to Richard and Mary and once again we had long haul ahead of us. Madison Virginia was our next destination, to visit Loretta once again. We had ordered a few things from the internet that we needed to take home and her place was the best to have it all sent to and for us to pick up. We did it in three days, our first stop was Pearcy Pierce Lake, a lovely campsite on the Lake. The water was warm and as it ...

      First United Methodist Church

      A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on Jun 22, 2014

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      ... years.
      The history of the current sanctuary began in the 1880’s when the flourishing Methodist congregation decided to acquire a lot on Main Street on which to build a new church. On August 25, 1886, the dedication stone was set in a grand ceremony which included a barbeque and music provided by the Warren House Band. Enough money was raised to get the building underway, but not enough to finish it as quickly as most would ...

      In closing........SEE THIS WORLD!

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Jun 28, 2013

      ... And most seem to enjoy chatting it up with us. People tend to be friendly until given a reason to act otherwise. The beer gardens were great for this....grab a beer and some food, and find a table with some space......which probably means only part of a table.

      The good thing is...with the long picnic style tables, you wind up talking with people....sharing food, experiences, and details about your life, and who you/they are. It puts you in ...

      Rafting, Fireworks, crazy Hillbillies & MOONSHINE!

      A travel blog entry by jeevesyontour on Apr 06, 2012

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      ... pouring into the raft nearly to the top! The front of the boat was being pushed down so much we nearly lost Rianne and Lizzie! Then the raft moved sharply to the side and then the whole raft started to tip to the side! Luckily we all linked arms and managed not to fall out as Jim got us out of the rapid! The boys thought this was hilarious, but we never fell out! We got our own back and splashed the boys as they past as they were way too dry! At the end, ...