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Vacation Rental Price Information in Knoxville
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Knoxville for the next twelve months. in Knoxville, prices can go up to $190 (11/17 - 11/24). In March (3/23 - 3/30), prices will hit an average low of $157 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Knoxville
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Knoxville(in %). So far, the week with the least available rentals in Knoxville is in August (8/24 - 8/31). People tend to travel less to Knoxville during a week in December (12/29 - 1/5) when only 10% of the rentals are booked.
The Weather in Knoxville
Find the Knoxville climate diagram. On average, the warmest month is June. However, temperatures can go lower than 30° in Knoxville in January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is September.
Embrace history, culture, and adventure in Knoxville, Tennessee
Long overshadowed by Nashville, Knoxville is now emerging as an exciting Tennessee destination in its own right. Escape the crowds of the state capital and settle into a vacation home in Knoxville from which you can explore the music festivals, culture, history, and adventure in and around this growing, vibrant community.
Step back in time at sites from the Civil War
Knoxville was the original capital of Tennessee and remains committed to preserving its fascinating legacy. Home to many Civil War sites, here you can opt for a guided tour to fully appreciate the historic homes and battle sites scattered throughout the area.
A number of museums and attractions cater to visiting history buffs. Visit the Beck Cultural Exchange Center to learn about African-American heritage in the region, or visit over 200-year-old Blount Mansion, the former home of William Blount, a signer of the U.S. Constitution.
Hike, bike and climb in Knoxville's backyard
Modern Knoxville is reinventing itself as a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, and renting a vacation home in town allows easy access to everything on offer. Mountain bikers will delight in the world-class downhill park adjacent to town, while cross-country cyclists can enjoy a 50-mile network of single-track trails.
Local and visiting rock climbers covet the sandstone cliff-face known as Denny Cove. Hikers are drawn to Knoxville’s trail system and the nearby Great Smoky Mountains, which boast hikes with spectacular views in all seasons.
Experience musical past and present at local festivals
Like Nashville, Knoxville is renowned for its rich musical heritage and quality live music. Several festivals are well worth attending as they highlight music of the region and attract talent from around the globe. The critically-acclaimed Big Ears Music Festival features an eclectic mix of artists from heavy metal to jazz. The Rhythm and Blooms Music Festival is the city’s largest and honors Knoxville’s musical through features of local and national artists.
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