ROANE ALLIANCE

We plan and implement strategies for the controlled growth of Roane County’s economy as a unified voice representing the best Tennessee has to offer businesses, citizens and travelers.

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ROANE ECD

We bring growth-oriented businesses with strong fiscal discipline, infrastructure and workforce-ready people to East Tennessee.

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ROANE TOURISM

We attract travelers who seek unique heritage and the best outdoor recreational experiences to Roane County.

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ROANE CHAMBER

We connect leaders and organizations for the benefit of local and regional business growth.

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EDUCATION MATTERS

We empower leaders, parents and students to invest in education, so they are better prepared to fulfill the workforce opportunities of Roane County’s future.

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RETIRE ROANE

We offer natural beauty, historic charm and low-cost living, distinguishing Roane County as one of the best retirement destinations in the nation.

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When in Roane,
Escape to the Great Outdoors
Explore
We’re all about the water
Play the day away in Roane County
Play
Delicious is always on the menu
Wake up your taste buds at a waterside eatery
Dine
Kayaking on Watts Bar Lake

What will you discover in Roane?

Roane County is home to inviting waterways, a robust sporting life and breathtaking vistas. You’ll enjoy fun family festivals, bluegrass music, stunning Watts Bar Lake and fine fishing, and our historic towns and museums.

Roane County and its five unique, historic communities—Harriman, Kingston, Rockwood, Oliver Springs and Oak Ridge—call to you from places filled with beauty and brimming with recreation.

The best of Tennessee. It all comes together in Roane.

Natural beauty and recreation are part of Roane County’s good life. With four colorful seasons, generally mild temperatures and surrounded by water, we’re in the Tennessee Valley, set against the backdrop of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Among recreational favorites are water sports and fishing. Golfers, play a round at one of our five courses, where cart paths and Bermuda grass await you.

 

Journey through Roane’s landscapes, here in the Tennessee Valley.

Plan your vacation, pinpoint places to explore for a driving tour and detail day trips with our interactive map.

Fort Southwest Park
Ladd Landing
The Pointe at Whitestone
Mount Roosevelt State Forest
Caney Creek Marina
The Princess Theatre
Manhattan Project National Historical Park

Spend time in Roane’s vibrant community. You’ll appreciate the lifestyle here.

August 28

TN Paint Horse Show

Roane State Expo Center 7:00pm

If you’re looking for a place to show your American Paint Horse, the Tennessee Paint Horse Show is the place to be. Our purpose is to promote the versatility of our beloved breed.

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August 29

Whitestone Summer Bridge Party

Whitestone Country Inn 7:00pm

Join the ladies for their summer bridge tournament from 10-4pm.

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August 30

Bluegrass Jammin' Sessions

7:00pm

The Bradbury Community Club invites all musicians and groups to come every Tuesday night and jam it up.

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September 5

Hooray for Harriman

Downtown Harriman 7:00pm

Come celebrate an old-fashioned Labor Day festival in Historic Downtown Harriman. Since it is Harriman's 125th anniversary we will have some special activities going on during the festival as well!

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September 6

Bluegrass Jammin' Sessions

7:00pm

The Bradbury Community Club invites all musicians and groups to come every Tuesday night and jam it up.

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September 13

Bluegrass Jammin' Sessions

7:00pm

The Bradbury Community Club invites all musicians and groups to come every Tuesday night and jam it up.

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September 17

The Bluegrass Show at Bradbury

7:00pm

Bradbury Community Club provides a place for Bluegrass and country musicians to play and for music lovers to come and listen every Tuesday night and 3rd Saturday.

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September 17

Public Stargazing

Tamke-Allan Observatory 7:00pm

Amateur astronomers come to Tamke-Allan Observatory the 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month all year long, inviting the public to join them to observe the stars.

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September 17

Square Dance

American Legion 7:00pm

Square Dance Club hosts a monthly square dance on the 3rd Saturday every month at 8 pm. Includes both line dancing and square dancing.

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September 20

Bluegrass Jammin' Sessions

7:00pm

The Bradbury Community Club invites all musicians and groups to come every Tuesday night and jam it up.

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