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Welcome …

The Ferguson Company would like to welcome you to Knoxville, Tennessee. Where Nature and Technology Meet!

We think the genuine friendliness and the southern hospitality of the people here will impress you. With the Great Smoky Mountains and the lakes surrounding the city, our area is unparalleled in natural beauty.

Its mountains will call to you in the horizon, the sound of a hundred-stream play a melody in the sunlight. It’s a cosmopolitan city that lies less than a two hour drive from five national parks, seven state parks, and seven lakes. The incredible natural surroundings of the Appalachian makes Knoxville truly special, there is so much more.

When you visit Knoxville you will find many special attractions !

The Dogwoods Arts Festival is an annual celebration built on forty years of tradition, the festival commemorates Knoxville’s beautiful blooming dogwood trees and springtime gardens. Please join us to experience this natural beauty of an East Tennessee Spring Festival.

The Knoxville Zoological Park, is nestled in the hills of East Tennessee, has over 1,000 animals from around the world. You will embark upon a journey across a vast animal kingdom. A place where animals roam in authentic environments that look and feel like their natural habitat. A Destination of Adventure..

The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame honors the past, celebrate the present and promote the future. It is an extraordinary place dedicated to athletic achievement in women’s basketball.

Parks and Recreation

It’s no wonder that East Tennessee is called the Great Lakes of the South. The seven lakes, and many rivers, embracing the valley of East Tennessee include Fort Loudon Lake, Tellico Lake, Watts Bar Lake, Melton Hill, Norris Lake, Cherokee Lake and Douglas Lake. East Tennessee is a playground for water sports of all types. The many area lakeside parks and marinas give visitors the opportunity to fully enjoy the varied water sports.

Tennessee Valley has more than 1,000 square miles of water surface and 11,000 miles of shoreline. A wide range of recreation opportunities is available. Recreation activities include picnicking, boating, fishing, hiking, photograph and much more.

Volunteer Landing features a new marina and the Star of Knoxville Riverboat. It’s an authentic 325 passenger stern-wheel riverboat which offers sightseeing, entertainment, dining and much more.

The Obed Wild and Scenic River lies forty-three miles west of Knoxville. The park consists of approximately 8,500 acres of Federal and state lands stretched along 45 miles of river and streams. Visitors will enjoy some of the most challenging whitewater boating experiences in Eastern North American at the Obed.