Timber!

Started by three friends all with great appreciation for nature, good food, friendship, and family—Timber! Is their humble homage to their memories of camp and adventure. Inspired by the surrounding forests, mountains, rivers, and lakes of Eastern Tennessee, it serves hearty American comfort food made with locally sourced ingredients that have been prepared with passion and love.

Nolichucky Outdoor Learning Institute

Located on the banks of the beautiful Nolichucky River in the mountains of Northeast Tennessee, the Nolichucky Outdoor Learning Institute (NOLI) is the region’s leading […]

Johnson City Doughboys

The Johnson City Doughboys are a summer collegiate baseball team of the Appalachian League. They are located in Johnson City, Tennessee, and play their home […]

King Commons Park

King Commons, completed in 2018 as part of a stormwater retention project to mitigate flooding, is a 3-acre recreational and event space located in downtown […]

Downtown Yoga Center, Johnson City

Downtown Yoga Center Johnson City
Downtown Yoga Center, Johnson City offers classes 7 days a week for all levels from beginner to advanced as well as the areas only Yoga […]

Johnson City Brewing

Johnson city brewing
Johnson City Brewing is the longest-running microbrewery in Johnson City, TN. With a wide variety of traditional and seasonal brews – as well as experimental […]

Off the Grid Mountain Adventures

Off the Grid Mountain Adventures features one of the longest zip lines in the country, at nearly 3000 feet long, the length of 10 football fields, and close to 300 feet above the canyon floor, reaching speeds up to 60 miles per hour.

Founders Park

Founders Park is a beautiful community park and green space located in downtown Johnson City. The park offers walking paths, sculptures, a creek, and is perfect for special events and festivals.

Mountain River Guides

Mountain River Guides offers French River rafting and Nolichucky River rafting as well as caving, guided fishing, SUP and river tubing from an outfitter you know and trust.

Watauga River

At just over 78 miles, the Watauga River stretches from Avery and Watauga counties in North Carolina into East Tennessee, near Elizabethton.