|Terminus : US #11E at Knoxville, TN
||Southwestern Terminus of US Highway #11E, in Knoxville, Tennessee, near Knoxville Zoological Park, at a Junction of US Route #70/11 TN Highway #1/168, starts US Route #11E its journey towards Bristol, Tennessee where the highway ends (its northeastern Terminus) on the Tennessee/Virginia State Line.
|Intersection : Interstate Hwy #40
||Intersection Interstate Highway #40/Interstate Highway #640, I-640 makes an outer circle of the city of Knoxville, Tennessee
|Access : Recreation
||Access to, Volunteer Park, Million E. Roberts Recreation, lies just off US Route #11E.
|Bridge on Holston River
||A Bridge spans Holston River, carrying US Route #11E across,
|Junction : TN Hwy #9/139/US #70/25W
||Junction Tennessee Highway #91/139 US Route #70/25W, Douglas Lake, Dandridge Municipal Park, located in the east.
|Hamilton St. : Strawberry Plains, TN
||Hamilton Street, Community of Strawberry Plains, Tennessee, an unincorporated community lies nearby on the bank of the Holston River. Strawberry Plains Parrot Wood Library,
|Junction : TN Hwy #139
||Junction Tennessee Highway #149/Old Dandridge Pike, TN Hwy #139 connects with US #70/25W.
|Chuchview St. : New Market, TN
||Churchview Street, New Market, Tennessee, a town in Jefferson County, Tennessee, New Market Presbyterian Church, a historic church built in 1885, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places,
|Old Andrew Johnson Hwy : Cherokee Dam
||Old Andrew Johnson Highway, Tennessee Highway #92, to Cherokee Dam, a hydroelectric dam located on the Holston River, impounding Cherokee Reservoir, St. Mary's Jefferson Memorial Hospital, lies nearby on W Old Andrew Johnson Highway,
|Russell Ave: Carson-Newman College
||Junction of TN Highway #92/Russell Avenue
|Odssey Rd : Black Oak Park
||Odssey Road, Black Oak Park, a park located on the eastern shores of Cherokee Lake,
|Talbott Kansas Rd : Talbott, TN
||Talbott Kansas Road, Community of Talbott, Tennessee, a small unincorporated community in Hamblen and Jefferson counties in Tennessee, Community of Kimbrough Crossroads, Tennessee,
|Air Park Blvd : Moore-Murrell Airport
||Tennessee Route #160/342, Air Park Boulevard, Moore-Murrell Airport, a public-use airport located southwest of Morristown, Tennessee, Sugar Hollow Pond, Cluck Pond,
|Panther Creek Rd : Panther Creek State Park
||Panther Creek Road, TN Highway #342, Community of Alpha, Tennessee, a small, unincorporated community in Hamblen County, Tennessee, Hamblen Memory Gardens & Mausoleum, Panther Lake, Panther Creek State Park, a state park located on the east shores of Cherokee Lake, Cherokee Reservoir or Cherokee Lake, a reservoir in Tennessee formed by damming the Holston River, Popular recreational activities attract tourists in large numbers to the state park, boat docks and state wildlife management areas located on the shores of the Cherokee Reservoir.
|Walters Drive : Cherokee Lake
||Walters Drive, to Cherokee Lake, Andrew Johnson Highway to, Morristown, Tennessee,
|S Cumberland St: Morristown, TN
||Junction of State Highway 343
|S Davy Crockett Pkwy : Frank Lorino Park
||S Davy Crockett Parkway, Walters State Community College, Crossroads Square, Frank Lorino Park, located nearby.
|Jn. US #25E : Bean Station, TN
||Junction US Route #25E, Cherokee Park, on Cherokee Lake, Bean Station, Tennessee a city in Grainger County, Tennessee, lies north of Morris Town across Cherokee Lake, Berrys Island Ecological Study Area, lies nearby on Cherokee Lake.
|Warrensburg Rd : Russelville, TN
||Warrensburg Road, Community of Russellville, Tennessee, an unincorporated community in Hamblen County, Tennessee, Dickenson Pond, UPS Customer Center, Bethesda Presbyterian Church, a historic church built in 1835 in Russellville, Tennessee is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
|Wall Street :
||Wall Street, Community of Whitesburg, Tennessee, an unincorporated community in eastern Hamblen County, Tennessee, lies on US Route #11E,
|Intersection : TN Hwy #113
||Intersection Tennessee Route #113, Community of Silver City, Tennessee, lies along Silver City Road/TN Highway #113.
|N Main St. : Bulls Gap, TN
||N Main Street, Tennessee Highway #66, Bulls Gap, Tennessee, a town in Hawkins County, Tennessee, Archie Campbell, a native of Bulls Gap whose house is preserved as a museum and now a tourist attraction,
|Intersection : I-81
||Intersection Interstate Highway #81, US Route #11E crosses Interstate Highway #81, running eastward to Greenville, Tennessee, Community of Mohawk, Tennessee, an unincorporated community in Greene County, Tennessee, lies nearby on N Mohawk Road.
|Blue Springs Pkwy : Mosheim, TN
||Blue Springs Parkway, Mosheim, Tennessee, a town in Greene County, Tennessee,
|Midway Rd. : Midway, TN
||Midway Road, Midway Railroad Street, to Community of Midway, Tennessee, Community of Skinner Crossroad, Tennessee,
|Summer Street: Greenville, TN
||Junction of TN State Highway 70/US #11E Business Rte
|Kingsport Hwy : Airport
||Kingsport Highway/Tennessee Highway #93, to Greeneville-Greene County Municipal Airport, a public airport located just north of Greeneville, Tennessee, Maden Hall Farm, also called the Fermanagh-Ross Farm, a historic farm lies further north along TN Highway #93.
|US #11E Bus. : Laughlin Memorial Hospital
||US #11E Business Route, Laughlin Memorial Hospital, The UPS Store, Greeneville Parks & Recreation, Greeneville, Tennessee, a town in and the County Seat of Greene County, Tennessee,
|Erwin Hwy : Tusculum, TN
||Erwin Highway, Tennessee Highway #107, to Tusculum, Tennessee, a city in Greene County, Tennessee, Tusculum College, the oldest college in Tennessee, lies here in Tusculum, Tennessee, Pioneer Park, a stadium built in 2004, on the campus of Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tennessee,
|Afton Rd : Afton, TN
||Afton Road, to Community of Afton, Tennessee,
|Chuckey Pike : Chuckey, TN
||Chuckey Pike, Community of Chuckey, Tennessee, an unincorporated community in Greene County, Tennessee located on the Nolichucky River, Charles Johnson Road leads to, Davy Crockett Birth Place State Park, a state park in Greene County, Tennessee, Situated along the Nolichucky River.
|Heritage Rd : Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park
||Heritage Road, Clear Springs Road/Old State Route 34, Community of Limestone, Tennessee, an unincorporated community lies nearby on Nolichucky River, Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park, a state park in Greene County, Tennessee along the Nolichucky River, The State Park features a replica of Crockett's birth cabin, a museum, and a large campground.
|Telford Rd : Telford, TN
||Telford Road, to Community of Telford, Tennessee, an unincorporated community in Washington County, Tennessee, lies south side of US Route #11E along Tennessee Highway #353.
|Cherokee Street : Jonesborough, TN
||Cherokee Street, TN Hwy #81, Jonesborough, Tennessee, a town in and the county seat of Washington County, Tennessee, International Storytelling Center, Washington County Library, Ghost Tours in Historic Greeneville, TN, Crafty Peddler, Heritage Alliance,
|TN Hwy #381 : Johnson City, TN
||Junction of Tennessee Highway #381/State of Franklin Road
|Main St. : Johnson City, TN
|Mountcastle Drive : Mall at Johnson City
||Sunset Drive, Mountcastle Drive, The Mall at Johnson City, an enclosed shopping mall in Johnson City, Tennessee, Holiday Shopping Center, Lakeview Park, Rotary Park, Civitan Park, Lions Park, North Side Hospitals, James H and Cecile C Quillen Rehab. Hospital,
|Intersection : Interstate Hwy #26
||Intersection Interstate Highway #26, At this intersection, US #19W starts concurrency with US #11E,
|Junction : TN Hwy #381
||Junction Tennessee Highway #381, University of Tennessee, Massengill Memorial, Franklin Woods Community Hospital, N Roan Street/TN Highway #36, to Community of Oak Grove, Tennessee, a community (CDP)in Washington County, Tennessee,
|Boone Lake Crossing
||Boone Lake, a lake created by Boone Dam on South Fork of Holston River, US Route #11E/19W and TN Hwy #34 is carried across on a bridge. Winged Deer Park, a park lies nearby along Carroll Creek Road.
|Hyder Hill Rd : Rocky Mount, TN
||Hyder Hill Road, Rocky Mount, Tennessee, in Piney Flats, Tennessee, was the first territorial capital of the Southwest Territory, Rocky Mount Museum, a living museum that recreates the year 1791, operates here since 1962.
|Piney Flats Rd. : Piney Flats, TN
||Piney Flats Road, to Community of Piney Flats, Tennessee, Watauga, Tennessee, a city in Carter and Washington Counties in Tennessee, located along the Watauga River.
|Bluff City Hwy : Bluff City, TN
||Bluff City Highway/Tennessee Highway #44, to Bluff City, Tennessee, a city in Sullivan County, Tennessee, Thomas Memorial Library, Bluff City United Methodist, Island Park, located on South Holston River.
|US #19W : Elizabethton, TN
||US Route #19W, Elizabethton, Tennessee, a city in and the county seat of Carter County, Tennessee, It is historical site,
|Bridge on South Holston River
||A bridge spans South Holston River, carrying US Route #11E across, east of Boone Lake.
|Junction : TN Hwy #394
||Junction Tennessee Highway #394, Beaver Creek Road, Red Barn Camping,
|Speedway Blvd : Bristol Motor Speedway
||Speedway Boulevard, Bristol Motor Speedway, also known as Bristol International Raceway/Bristol Raceway, a NASCAR short track venue located in Bristol, Tennessee, just off US Route #11E, It is among the most popular tracks in NASCAR.
|Exide Dr. : Blountville, TN
||Exide Drive, Tennessee Highway #394, Community of Blountville, Tennessee, an unincorporated town in and the county seat of Sullivan County, Tennessee, Sullivan County Public Library, Graham Bible College, Earhart Station, located along US Route #11E nearby.
|Weaver Pike : Bristol Municipal Stadium
||Weaver Pike, Bristol Municipal Stadium, an athletic facility located on the campus of Bristol Tennessee High School in Bristol, Tennessee, The structure is a historic place listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Defriece Park,
|Tennessee/Virginia State Line at Bristol, TN
||Tennessee/Virginia State Line, in Bristol, Tennessee, a city in Sullivan County, Tennessee, The Bristol Commercial Historic District a historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places, King College EW King Library, Holston View Park, Middlebrook Lake, Bristol College, Steele Creek Park, Steele Creek Park Lake, Anderson Park, Rotary Park. This is where United States Route #11E terminates by merging with its original US #11 to continue its journey through Virginia. Tennessee/Virginia State Line runs right in the downtown of the city of Bristol, thus dividing Bristol, Tennessee and Bristol, Virginia. -ND11-