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This camp is specifically designed for kids with  speech, language, and/or hearing disorders. The camp includes 2 half days on the UT campus and a 3 day camping trip in the Smoky Mountains. To best serve your kids, Volunteer Your Voice combines individualized treatment with traditional summer camp activities. The camp welcomes kids ages 8 – 15.

In addition to the competitive games, this festival will feature a variety of clan tents, live Celtic music, food and merchandise vendors, kids’ activities, and much more! Please visit the festival website below for a full listing of events.

This is a dog friendly event. You can even enter your dog into a parade, with proceeds benefiting the Smoky Mountain Animal Care Foundation.

Blount County
May 20, 2017 - May 21, 2017

4-H offers summer camps for kids in grades 4 – 12. Activities and educational topics include kayaking, swimming, wildlife, archery, fishing, hiking, ecology, photography, crafts, canoeing, talent shows, drama, soccer, softball, basketball, volleyball, low ropes, cookouts, and more!

This popular attraction features both indoor and outdoor fun, including skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, year-round indoor ice skating, a mountain coaster, wildlife encounter, alpine slide, arcade, mini golf, and amusement rides. This is also the home of an annual month-long October fest, complete with German food and beer.

This museum features of variety of permanent and rotating exhibits. Admission is free on Sundays and free for children 16 and under every day of the week.


This popular attraction near Chattanooga oozes nostalgic fall fun. It boasts a farm store, gift shop, pie shop, and cafe, which features a wide variety of southern favorites. Their apple-themed treats, including apple dumplings, fried pies, and apple cider donuts really seem to draw a crowd. Yum!

Pick-Your-Own: NO

Bledsoe County

A fun mirror maze for the whole family. The facility also hosts indoor bumper cars.

This homeschool co-op offers a variety of parent led classes, field trips, and social opportunities for members. They also offer a fun and educational summer camp for both members and non-members.

This elegant historical house was built in 1858 and served as headquarters for both Union and Confederate forces.

FREE/children under 18


Average lunch/dinner price $15/adults, $7/kids

This yummy BBQ shack is totally no frills serving just pulled pork, chicken, brisket, ribs, sausages, sides, and drinks.

Sevier County

This camp serves kids in grades pre-k – 10 and offers 3 different programs: K’Tonton, Milton Collins Day Camp, and Swim Team.  Camp activities include sports, arts, swimming, tennis and more! All races, creeds, and religions are welcome.

In addition to a variety of apples and homemade apple cider, the Apple Barn boasts a winery, country restaurant, general store and more!

Cider Making Demonstration: You and your family can watch the cider making process all throughout the fall, starting just after Labor Day. On Thursdays the apples are juiced, and Fridays the juice is placed into jugs.

Pick-Your-Own: NO

Sevier County

This amazing haunted attraction is actually underground in real caverns. Although the caverns are open throughout the year, this haunted attraction is seasonal.

Knox County

This museum features everyone’s childhood favorite: trains!

FREE Admission


Free admission to this craft show with a ton of vendors!

April 12, 2017 - April 15, 2017

Pick-Your-Own Crops: blueberries, blackberries, rasberries

This art based birthday party program can be held at Youthful Expressions Art studio or at your home. Art for Parties also offers weekly BYOB paint nights for adults.

A really RAD run that will dust you with multi-colored powder throughout the course.

Knox County
April 8, 2017

This fantastic dog park is located on the Maryville greenway behind Midland Shopping Center. The park is convenient to both Maryville and Alcoa and is currently the only dog park in Blount County. Park features include separate areas for small and large dogs, with doggy drinking fountains located in both sections. Human restrooms and drinking fountains are not available. A small parking lot is located across the street from the Blount County Health Unit building at the intersection of McGee St. and McCammon Ave (exact address provided above). Additional parking is NOT permitted at the health building, but can be found at any of the parking garages in downtown Maryville.

To keep things fresh, this day camp features a weekly theme. Daily activities include arts and crafts, sports, games, singing, swimming, wall climbing, nature studies, marksmanship, woodworking, and much more! Activities are grouped by age. The camp serves kids ages 3 -13, from from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm on weekdays. Before and after care a available beginning at 7:30 am and ending at 6:00 pm

Creative Art Classes, Art Parties, and Summer Art Camps for Preschool, Homeschool, and Elementary age Kids in West Knoxville!

This fun and FREE event, at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, is for parents and children ages infant to 4. Children will have the opportunity to examine masks from the museum and make a mask of their very own to take home.

Knox County
May 15, 2017

This weekend long music festival takes place at multiple venues along Jackson Avenue in downtown Knoxville. Bands include both national and local favorites.

Knox County
April 7, 2017 - April 9, 2017

This paint your own pottery studio is located inside the Wilderness at the Smokies resort. The pottery studio is open to the public

Eat, drink, play arcade games & watch sports in the Smoky Mountain region!


This facility offers gymnastics and tumbling classes, open gym hours for all ages, and parents night out events.

This self-proclaimed screampark is set on the actual Jeremiah Lexer plantation and boasts 5 scary attractions! Lexer is Tennessee’s most notorious serial killer and, according to Frightmare Manor, you may be able to actually glimpse his spirit on the property. This is a seasonal attraction.

Hamblen and Jefferson County

This popular non-denominational Christian camp and retreat, hosts private overnight events for churches and other groups. In addition to furthering their relationship with Christ, campers will enjoy a variety of recreational activities including, rock climbing, canoeing, bonfires, ropes course, arts and crafts, hiking and much more!

As a ministry of the Chilhowee Baptist Association, this Christian based day camp allows campers to further their relationship with Christ, while enjoying a variety of recreational activities. The camp is open from 7 am-6 pm.

The focus of this sports club is indoor and outdoor track and field, as well as cross country. Programs are available for kids in a variety of ages ranges throughout the year. Summer camp programs are also available.

This farm offers a HUGE amount of entertainment in once place. Activities include a pumpkin patch, hayride, corn maze, pig races, playground, a large variety of yard games, sandbox, zip lines and more!

Monroe County

Admission to this festival includes a souvenir tasting glass and unlimited samples of various flavors of beer and bourbon. There will also be live entertainment throughout the day.  $35/general admission,  $49/VIP admission

BBQ vendors will also be on-site, but food is not included in the admission price.

Knox County
May 20, 2017

Knoxville Catholic offers a variety of academic and recreational day camps including math, robotics, writing, baseball, basketball, cheer and much more! Cost varies for each camp.


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