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  Sleep Inn Etowah

sleep inn etowah tn   Sleep Inn Etowah
Brand new Sleep Inn located in the heart of the Etowah Antique District and L and N Railroad Depot Museum. Conveniently located to Ocoee White Water rafting and Cherohala Skyway. It is a great stop over on your way to the Smoky Mountains, located on US Highway 411 - the scenic route to the Smokies. FREE high speed Internet access, meeting/banquet space, fitness center and suites available. If you are on business or pleasure, our friendly service will have you coming back again and again. Pet accommodation: 50lbs. and under 10.00usd per stay per pet plus tax. 51lbs.-100lbs. 15.00usd per pet per stay plus tax. Over 100lbs. 25.00usd per pet per stay plus tax. 2 per room except large pets which is 1 per room.
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Etowah Attractions:

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway - The train route consists of a 26-mile round trip through historic Murphy Junction along the beautiful Toccoa River. This railroad was built over 100 years ago and is the only mainline railroad excursion service based in Georgia. Each trip begins at the depot in Blue Ridge, Georgia and includes a stop in McCaysville which permits passengers to disembark and stretch their legs while exploring the downtown communities of McCaysville, Georgia and Copperhill, Tennessee. Each round trip takes approximately 3 1/2 hours.

Cherokee Chieftain Downtown Johnston Park - The Cherokee carving sculpted by wildly famous artist Peter Toth stands in the park as a reminder of the Cherokee heritage.

Cherokee Heritage Trails - From the serene peaks of the Balsams to the muddy banks of the Little Tennessee River, Cherokee Heritage Trails wind through the southern Appalachians, telling the story of the Cherokee people, Ani-Kituhwa-gi, who once commanded all of the Southern Appalachians. Although most of the Cherokee were forcibly removed to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears in 1838, a small group remained in their homeland, becoming the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Today they own about 57,000 acres - the Qualla Boundary, a remnant of their ancestral lands.

Cherokee National Forest - Cherokee National Forest is a place of scenic beauty that provides opportunities for anyone interested in nature and history. The Forest stretches from Chattanooga to Bristol along the North Carolina border. The 640,000-acre Cherokee National Forest is the largest tract of public land in Tennessee. It lies in the heart of the Southern Appalachian mountain range, one of the world's most diverse areas. These mountains are home to more than 20,000 species of plants and animals.

The Lost Sea - The Lost Sea is listed in the Guiness Book of World Records as the world's largest underground lake. Deep inside a mountain near Sweetwater in East Tennessee is a remarkable body of water known as The Lost Sea. The caverns have been known and used since the days of the Cherokee Indians. From the tiny natural opening on the side of the mountain, the cave expands into a series of huge rooms. Nearly a mile from the entrance, in a room now known as “The Council Room,” a wide range of Indian artifacts including pottery, arrowheads, weapons, and jewelry have been found, testifying to the use of the cave by the Cherokees.

Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
Relive the golden age of railroading at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, the largest operating historic railroad in the Southeast. Experience the classic Missionary Ridge Local, take an all-day excursion to Summerville, Georgia, or see the beautiful Hiwassee River Gorge.

Hiwassee River Rail Adventure
L&N Railroad Museum
TN Overhill Heritage Assoc.
Wood Memorial Hospital
Cherokee National Forest
Johns Manville
Waupaca Foundry
Athens Plow Co.
Gee Creek State Park
Hiwassee River
McMinn Co Airport
Swift Museum
Savannah Shores Winery
Chilhowee Gliderport
TN Wesleyan College
J.M. Huber Corp
Johnson Control
Allied Hosiery Mill
Cherohala Skyway
Hiwassee College
Lost Sea
Mayfield Dairy Headquarters
Ocoee River
Tellico River

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