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Tennessee Interstate #75 Highway Guide

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City of Knoxville, TN.
Junction of Interstate Highway #640. Junction I-275 South into Knoxville. I-75 North to La Follette and Williamsburg, Kentucky. Note: I-75 joins I-640 at this point. Knoxville TN, is a city situated on an international waterway. Three Interstates run through Knoxville. Knoxville is located just outside Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is home to The University of Tennessee. Attractions in and around Knoxville, TN; Rossini Festival - Clarence Brown Theatre - Zuma Fun Center - Circle Modern Dance Company - The Rachmaninoff Statue - Dogwood Arts Festival - Knoxville Autumn on the Square - Sundown in the City.
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5.3
Junction of I-40
East into the city of Knoxville; East to Newport and Hartford. Note: I-75 overlaps with I-40 West at this point. End of I-640.
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Exit 383 - Paper Mill Road

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Exit 380
North access to community of West Hills, Tennessee. Access into the city of Knoxville, Tennessee. Point of Interest - West Town Mall - South of the highway.
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Exit 379A - Gallaher View Road

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Exit 379 - Walker Springs Road
Services, gas and diesel, lodging - off highway.
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Exit 378B - Cedar Bluff Road

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Exit 378A
Access to services, gas and diesel, lodging - off highway.
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View from highway
Exit 376A. Access to Highway #162 North to Oakridge, Tennessee and Oliver Springs, Tennessee. View from highway driving West.
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Exit 376B
Access to I-40 East to community of Rockford, Tennessee.
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Exit 374 - Lovell Road
Access to Highway #131 North to community of Karns, Tennessee. Access to lodging - off highway.
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Exit 373 - Campbell Sta. Road
Access to community of Farragut, Tennessee - South of the highway. Access to lodging, services and fuel - off highway.
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Truck weigh station
Both sides of the highway.
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Exit 368
Junction of I-40 West to Crossville, TN. - Cookeville, TN and Nashville, TN. Note: I-40 leaves I-75 at this point. Donning the name, Music City USA, Nashville, TN has become one of the leading music recording cities in the country. Stop at RCA Studio B, where renowned musicians like Elvis Presley and the Everly Brothers made music history. Stop by the famous Bluebird cafe where songwriters and musicians perform nightly. Artists like Faith Hill and Garth Brooks got their starts at the Bluebird cafe.
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Exit 369 - Watt Road
Access to services, gas and diesel - off highway.
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31.0
View from highway
Driving South.
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View from highway
Driving South.
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34.5
View from highway
Driving South.
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Exit 81
Access to Highway #321 East to communities of Lenoir City, TN. - Friendsville, TN. and Maryville, TN; East to Maryville College. Access to Highway #95 South to Greenback, TN.; North to Oak Ridge, TN. Access to Fort Loudoun Dam, TN. Great Smokey Mountains National park. Access to campground and RV park. Access to lodging, services, gas and diesel - off highway. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park encompasses over one-half million acres, making it the largest national park in the East. The National Park Service maintains developed campgrounds at 10 locations in the park. They are Abrams Creek, Balsam Mountain, Big Creek, Cades Cove, Cataloochee, Cosby, Deep Creek, Elkmont, Look Rock, and Smokemont. Each campground has restrooms with cold running water and flush toilets, but there are no showers or electrical or water hookups in the park. Each individual campsite has a fire grate and picnic table.
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Exit 76 - Sugar Limb Road
Access to Highway #324.
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49.1
View from highway
Point of Information - crossing Tennessee River. Photo view looking West at the Tennessee River.
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Exit 72
Access to Highway #72 South to communities of Loudon, Vonore and Tallassee - West of the highway. Access to Fort Loudoun State Historic Area - West of the highway. Access to Seqoyah Museum. Access to campgrounds and RV parks. Fort Loudoun played a significant role in helping Great Britain secure the trans-Appalachian region from France during the Seven Years War, or as it is known in America, the French and Indian War. As the first planned British fort in the 'Overhill' country, Fort Loudoun, for a while, helped ally the powerful Cherokee Nation to the English cause and block further French penetration of the area from the west. Picnic tables are scattered throughout the park.
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Exit 68
Access to Highway #323 East to community of Philadelphia, Tennessee. Services, gas and diesel - off highway.
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Monroe County, Tennessee
Northern county line. Monroe County, TN. is located southwest of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in a quiet, tranquil section of east Tennessee. The Cherokee National Forest comprises 1/3 of the county with 189 miles of trails for hikers, bikers and horses. The Cherokee National Forest is Tennessee's only National Forest and located here is the Cherohala Skyway one of America's Byways.
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Exit 62 - Oakland Road
Access to Highway #322 East to Sweetwater, Tennessee and Vonore, Tennessee. Access to RV park and campgrounds.
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Exit 60
Junction of Highway #68 East to communities of Madisonville, TN. - Mount Vernon, TN. and Farner, TN; West to Peakland, TN. and Spring City, TN. Access to Watts Bar Dam, TN. - West of the highway. Access to lodging, services, gas and diesel - off highway. Point of Interest - Lost Sea - East of the highway. Access to Cherokee National Forest - East of the highway. The 640,000- acre Cherokee National Forest is the largest tract of public land in Tennessee. It lies in the heart of the Southern Appalachian mountain range.
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McMinn County, Tennessee
Northern county line. Notable industries such as Bowater Newsprint, Johnson Controls, J.M. Huber Corporation, DENSO Manufacturing, the Heil Company, Collins and Aikman, Johns Manville, Thomas and Betts, Texas Hydraulics and Mayfield Dairy Farms call McMinn County home.
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Exit 56
Access to highway #309 East to community of Niota, Tennessee. Access to campgrounds - East of the highway. Access to gas and diesel - off highway.
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Exit 52
Access to Highway #305 - Mount Verd Road - to community of Athens, Tennessee - East of the highway. Access to services, gas and diesel - off highway. Access to RV park.
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Exit 49
Access to Highway #30 East to community of Athens, TN. and Etowah, TN; West to Decatur, TN. and Dayton, TN. Access to campgrounds, lodging, services and fuel - off highway.
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State run rest area
Access to washrooms and picnic areas - Both sides of the highway.
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Exit 42
Access to Highway #39 - Riceville Road - to communities of Riceville, TN. and Good Springs, TN. - East of the highway. Access to lodging.
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Exit 36
Access to Highway #163 East to communities of Calhoun, TN. - Delano, TN. - and Westmore, TN. Access to Hiwassee/Ocoee Rivers State Park, TN. - East of the highway. Campsites are more tent-friendly than most. Gee Creek primitive campground has 43 sites, each with a table, fire ring and a grill. Public water and a bathhouse containing sinks, commodes, and hot showers
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Point of Information
Crossing Hiwassee River, Tennessee. This river offers canoeing, rafting, fishing, hiking and nature photography. A scenic portion of the John Muir trail winds through the river gorge. Numerous public access sites provide boat-launching ramps. Adjacent is the Gee Creek Wilderness of the Cherokee National Forest.
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Exit 33
Access to Highway #308 East to community of Charleston, TN.
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Exit 27
Access to city of Cleveland - East of the highway. Access to the Paul Huff Parkway. Access to Cleveland State College - East of the highway. Services, gas and diesel - off highway.
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Exit 25
Access to Highway #60 East to Cleveland, TN. and Waterville, TN.. Access to Lee University via Highway #60. Access to Red Clay State Historic Area via Highway #60. Access to lodging, services, gas and diesel - off highway. Red Clay State Historic Park. The site contains a natural landmark, the Blue Hole Spring, which arises from beneath a limestone ledge to form a deep pool that flows into Mill Creek, a tributary of the Conasauga and Coosa River system. Red Clay has a 100-person capacity picnic pavilion and 18 individual picnic tables.
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Exit 20
Access to Cherokee National Forest - East of the highway. Access to lodging, campgrounds, services and fuel - off highway. Access to Highway #64 East to communities of Parksville, TN. and Ducktown, TN. Access to the East Bypass to city of Cleveland, TN.
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Roadside turnout with scenic view area - West side of the highway. Photo view from turnout.
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Bradley County, Tennessee
Northerncounty line.
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City of Chattanooga, Tennessee
Northern limits. Chattanooga, the 4th largest city in the state, is located in Southeast Tennessee near the border of Georgia at the junction of four interstate highways. Attractions in and around Chattanooga, TN; Tennessee Aquarium/Imax 3D Theater - Lookout Mountain - Civil War battlefield sites - Chattanooga Choo Choo - The African American Museum - Creative Discovery Museum - Hunter Museum of American Art - Southern Belle Riverboat and the Appalachian Trail bring thousands of people to the city.
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Roadside turnout
Paved, no services.
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Exit 11
East access to community of Ooltewah, Tennessee. Access to Harrison Bay State Park and Booker Washington State Park - North of the highway. Access to lodging - North side of the highway. Gas and diesel available - off highway. Access to Highway #11 and #64 - East side of the highway. The 1,200-acre Harrison Bay State Park, with approximately 40 miles of Chickamauga Lake shoreline, contains 128 RV sites that have water and electrical hookups. There are a few sites that can accommodate RVs up to 65 feet. There is a centralized dumping station. The 4 camping areas have bathhouses and a playground. Only 21 campsites have no water/electrical hookups. Booker Washington State Park, situated on the shores of scenic Chickamauga Lake. The parks has 30 or more individual picnic sites to choose from.
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157.0
View from highway
Driving South.
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Exit 7
Access to Highway #11 East and #64 East. Access to the Lee Highway. Access to lodging. Access to Highway #371 East to communities of Collegdale, Tennessee and Apison, Tennessee. Access to the Red Clay State Historic Park - East of the highway.
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Exit 5 - Shallowford Road
Access to tourist information.
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164.0
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
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Exit 4
Access to the Chickamauga Dam, TN. - West of the highway. Access to Highway #153 North - West of the highway.
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Exit 3
Access to Highway #153 East. Access to Highway #320 East.
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165.0
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
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Exit 2
Access to I-24 West into city of Chattanooga TN; to Murfreesboro, TN. and Nashville, TN. Access to I-59 South into state of Georgia. Access to the Tennessee Aquarium.
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Exit 1
Access to Highway #41 South to community of Ringgold, Georgia.
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Welcome to Georgia!
End of highway travel log. Georgia/Tennessee state line. Access to Georgia state visitor information center with full facilties - 2 miles South of the highway.
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