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Tennessee Interstate #75 Highway Guide

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Welcome to Tennessee!
Kentucky / Tennessee State Line
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Welcome area with information center
Access to rest area.
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View from highway
Driving South.
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Exit 160
Access to Highway #25W West to community of Jellicoe, TN; East to Morley, TN. - La Follette, TN. - and Jacksboro, TN. Access to Indian Mountain State Park, TN. - West of the highway. Park visitors can enjoy fishing at the two small lakes, picnicking, camping, and two walking trails. There are 49 sites with paved pads to serve both tent and RV campers. The sites have water, electricity with 30-amp breakers and a dump station. All sites have picnic tables, and grills are located throughout the camping area. A modern bathhouse with restrooms and showers is available to campers.
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Exit 1 - Western Avenue
Junction of Highway #62 West to community of Karns, TN.
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Exit 144 - Stinking Creek Road
West access to the communities of Faitview, TN. - Winona, TN. - Huntsville, TN. - New River, TN.
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Exit 141
Access to Highway #63 West to communities of Royal Blue, Fairview and Huntsville. Access to Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. Access to lodging, services, gas and diesel - off highway. Cumberland River's Big South Fork and its tributaries make their way through 90 miles of scenic valleys and gorges having extensive natural and historic features.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
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Exit 134
Access to Highway #25W North to Jacksboro, TN. and la Follette, TN. Access to Highway #63 East to Fincastle, TN. - Speedwell, TN. and Arthur, TN. Access to Cove Lake State Park, to Cumberland Gap National Historic Park and to Justin T. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park -West of the highway. Access to services and fuel. Note: Highway #25W overlaps I-75 at this point.
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Access to Cove Lake State Park
Cove Lake State Park's 673 acres are situated in a beautiful mountain valley setting on the eastern edge of the Cumberland Mountains. With 100 campsites. All sites are equipped with water and electrical hookups, and most with grills and tables. A dump station is available, as are two modern bathhouses containing hot showers, commodes, and lavatories.
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Access to Cumberland Gap National Historic Park and to Justin T. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park
West of the highway. Cumberland Gap forms a major break in the formidable Appalachian Mountain chain. the Cumberland Gap was the first and best avenue for the settlement of the interior of this nation. From 1775 to 1810, the Gap's heyday, between 200,000 and 300,000 men, women, and children crossed the Gap. Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park. One hundred fifty miles of the Cumberland Trail are open and ready to be explored. This includes the Grassy Cove Segment on Black and Brady Mountain, Cumberland Mountain Segments above LaFollette and Jacksboro, Obed Wild & Scenic River Segment (in the Obed River Gorge and Catoosa WMA), and the Tennessee River Segment in Prentice Cooper State Forest.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
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Anderson County, Tennessee
Northern county line.
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Exit 129
Access to Highway #441 South to community of Bethel, Tennessee. Access to Norris Dam, Tennessee - East of the highway. Access to community of Lake City, Tennessee. Access to services and fuel - off highway. Note: Highway #25W overlap ends at this point, continuing South to communities of Clinton, Tennessee and Claxton, Tennessee.
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Exit 128
Access to Norris Dam State Park - East of the highway. Access to services, fuel and lodging - off highway. Norris Dam State Park is a 4,038-acre park, located on the Norris Resevoir. Picnic areas are available on both the east and west sections. Each area is equipped with tables and grills, with playground and restrooms nearby.
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Point of Information - crossing Clinch River, Tennessee. Photo view looking at Clinch River. This river produces large Brown Trout. While fishing about 2 miles below Norris Dam, a fisherman hooked and landed a 28-pound, 12-ounce brown trout, which remains the Tennessee record.
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Exit 122
Access to highway #61 West to Clinton, TN. and city of Oak Ridge, TN; East to Norris, TN. Access to tourist information, campground, lodging, services and fuel - off highway. Access to Big Ridge State Park - East of the highway. Big Ridge State Park Notable features of the park include: the Norton Gristmill built in 1825, remnants of Sharp's Station Fort construction in the late 1700s, and Indian Rock where a plaque commemorates the death of Peter Graves, a settler of Sharp's Station. Big Ridge park has 50 campsites equipped with grills, picnic tables, electrical hookups and bathhouse facilities.
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View from highway
Driving South.
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Knox County, Tennessee
Northern county line.
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Exit 117 - Racoon Valley Road
Access to Highway #170 West to Heiskell, TN. and Oak Ridge, TN. - West of the highway. Access to campgrounds and RV park. Services, gas and diesel - off highway.
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Emory Road

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Exit 112
Access to lodging, services, gas and diesel - off highway.
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Exit 110 - Callahan Drive
Services, gas and diesel - off highway.
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View from highway
Driving South.
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Exit 108 - Merchants Drive

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Junction of Interstate Highway #640
East access to Sharp Ridge Memorial Park. Note: I-75 joins I-640 at this point. Junction of I-275 South into city of Knoxville, TN. Knoxville, TN. is located near the center of the Great Valley of East Tennessee. Its location, in the heart of the valley and at the headwaters of the Tennessee River.
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Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - Se
For continuation of I-75 South, visit Milebymile.com, Road Map Highway Travel Guide - I #75 - Cities of Knoxville, TN. to Chattanooga, TN. for driving directions.