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The Weather in LaFollette
The above is a climate diagram for LaFollette. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 30°. September is the driest month.
Enjoy watersports and honky-tonk with a La Follette vacation rental
On the northern border of Tennessee, you’ll find La Follette. Set among verdant parkland interspersed with rivers, a vacation homestead here will place you just minutes from Knoxville, and within easy reach of the music mecca of Nashville as well. Dive into watersports, hike green hills, or delve into Appalachian history.
Hot chicken and country in Nashville
No need to sing the blues – Nashville can be reached within three hours, making for an ideal daytrip from your restful retreat in La Follette. Nashville's Fontanel Mansion is one of the top sites in the state. The former home of country music star Barbara Mandrell, it offers a fascinating insight into the singer’s life. Honky-tonk can be heard at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge downtown, while Hattie B's Hot Chicken is a culinary institution not to be missed.
Watersports, wilderness, and pioneer history
Oasis Watersports park is a must-see for young visitors, with an array of exciting rides, slides, and other attractions. Go jet skiing or simply relax in the sunshine at this superb family park. You can also explore the Cumberland Trail by mountain bike or by foot, enjoy family picnics in the great outdoors, or canoe the local rivers. If the weather calls for a day indoors, the Museum of Appalachia offers a fresh perspective on Appalachian life, from pioneer times to the early 20th century.
Knoxville is a knockout
Knoxville was once known as the “underwear capital of the world” due to its preponderance of textile mills. Today, these lovely 19th-century buildings house cafés in leafy squares, and the Old Town is a mecca for galleries and other art events. Gay Street has the best nightlife in the area. You can also check out the Knoxville Museum of Art, which focuses on regional artists, and the Sunsphere, which offers superb views of the city.
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