SN: 115992 - 2020 / Y1552

Historic

Year Round Walk

Rogersville, Tennessee

Rogersville Food City

From Wed, Jan 1st to Thu, Dec 31st

Special programs

This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.

Long description

Walk through lovely Rogersville where more than 30 homes and buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places, including the oldest courthouse, inn, and post office in Tennessee. Stroll through Crockett Springs Park where Davy Crockett's grandparents were massacred by Indians in 1777 and buried nearby. Tennessee Newspaper and Printing Museum located in the old Southern Railway Train Depot built in 1890. Tennessee's first newspaper printed in Rogersville in 1791. Walk during daylight hours. Food City open 6am-12am M-Sun; closed Christmas.

Distance: 6/10 km, Rating: 1A

Restrooms: Yes

Pets: Yes

Strollers: Medium

Wheelchairs: Medium

Comments

None provided

Awards and fees: IVV Credit Only

Driving to the start box

1287 E Main (Hwy 66), (423)272-2745. N or S I-81, Exit 23, follow signs to Rogersville, using Hwy 23, then Hwy 66. Once inside Rogersville city limits, go through 2 traffic lights, bear right to Main following sign to Historic District. Stay on Main St for approx 2 miles. At traffic light at Park Blvd, turn left then immediately turn right into Eastgate Shopping Center where Food City is located. Walk Box at Customer Service.

East Tennessee Wanderers

Event website: www.easttennesseewanderers.org

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