Cities Nearby 

Crossville - 6 miles away

Fairfield Glade is just 6 miles from the city limits of Crossville, a small town, but bustling with activities. Crossville’s central location on Interstate 40 has made it a hub for many outlying areas and has given rise to a booming retail environment, offering shopping, dining and entertainment choices. Just some of the additional attractions to Crossville include:

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  • Crossville Memorial Airport
  • Cumberland Medical Center
  • The Cumberland County Playhouse provides Broadway productions as well as local productions based on Southern history and culture. The Playhouse also offers live concerts
  • The historical Palace Theatre - a 1930s restored theatre which plays host to various live productions
  • A quaint, revitalized downtown area
  • Two wineries
  • More than 50 restaurants with selections ranging from fast food franchises, to full-service national restaurants such as Ruby Tuesday and Cracker Barrel, and with a wonderful mix of locally owned options as well. There is truly something to suit every taste!
  • Multiple grocery stores including Food City and Krogers
  • Dozens of retail stores including Wal-Mart, K-Mart, and Lowe’s
  • An array of specialty boutiques and antique stores
  • Movie complex with 10 theatres, stadium seating and 3D showings

Knoxville, Tennessee - 75 miles away

The closest metropolitan city to Fairfield Glade is Knoxville, the third largest city in the state. Knoxville is host to the main campus for the University of Tennessee - home of the “Volunteers". Turkey Creek is the newest shopping and dining venue for the Knoxville area, offering hundreds of retail stores, eclectic boutiques, and dozens of restaurants. With its location on the west side of Knoxville, Turkey Creek is a convenient 62 miles from Fairfield Glade. Just some of the additional attractions to Knoxville include:

  • McGhee Tyson Airport
  • Numerous malls and shopping centers
  • Numerous theatres and venues for movies and live entertainment
  • Cultural venues, such as the Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and UT Theater
  • Sports events at the University of Tennessee, as well as semi-pro baseball and hockey teams
  • Gateway to the Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Dollywood
  • Knoxville Zoo
  • Several hospitals and specialized medical facilities, including UT Medical Center

Nashville, Tennessee - 121 miles away

Nashville is the capital of Tennessee AND the capital of Country Music. Though it is known as "Music City", the city is also a center for the health care, publishing, banking and transportation industries, and is home to a large number of colleges and universities, including Vanderbilt University. Just some of the additional attractions to Nashville include:

  • Nashville International Airport
  • The Grand Ole Opry, historic Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame
  • Opryland Resort & Convention Center
  • Professional sports with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans and the NHL’s Nashville Predators in additional to college athletics at Vanderbilt
  • Fabulous restaurants and specialty shops in the revitalized downtown and urban districts
  • Numerous theatres and venues for movies, live entertainment, and cultural events
  • Several hospitals and specialized medical facilities, including Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Chattanooga, Tennessee - 89 miles away

Chattanooga is ranked 25th on the New York Times’ recently-released list of places to visit in 2012, making it a popular destination for travelers. One of the favored attractions in the downtown area is the unique Tennessee Aquarium. The Aquarium tells the story of the river – following the path of a raindrop from the streams of an Appalachian Forest to the Gulf of Mexico – the journey from the mountains to the sea. Just some of the additional attractions to Chattanooga include:

  • Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport
  • The Chattanooga Choo Choo, a former railroad station, once owned and operated by the Southern Railway, listed on the National Register of Historic Places
  • Ruby Falls, Lookout Mountain and Rock City tourist attractions
  • Wonderful restaurants and shops in the revitalized downtown area as well as surrounding communities