Greene County?s relaxed lifestyle and open landscape are well-suited for golf. Not surprisingly, the sport has taken hold as a popular way to stay fit and enjoy the region?s rolling hills and mountain peaks. The many courses and clubs within Greene County ensure that all golfers, beginners to experts, will find the appropriate challenge. Courses within the city of Greeneville include: Andrew Johnson Golf Club, Willows Golf Course and Driving Range, Kinser Park Golf Course, River Trace Golf Course and Link Hills Country Club. The community of Chuckey is home to Graysburg Hills Golf Course and Twin Creeks Golf Course.
Other local sites to see are the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park, General Morgan Inn and Conference Center and the historic churches of Greeneville. The Andrew Johnson National Historic Site features the Johnson family gravesite and artifacts and exhibits about Johnson?s life. Reenacted drills are also performed by the Ohio Volunteer Co. E. Reenactment Unit. Visitors to the Davy Crockett Park can swim, camp or fish on the grounds, or peruse the museum dedicated to Crockett?s life and history.
The strength of the arts community in Greene County is demonstrated by the popularity of the Niswonger Performing Arts Center (NPAC). Built in 2004, NPAC hosts Broadway plays, concerts, traveling performances and live music.
The town of Mosheim, near Greeneville, hosts an annual reenactment of the Civil War Battle of Blue Springs. Each October, thousands of visitors arrive in Mosheim to witness the historic conflict. The 1863 Battle of Blue Springs was one of the Confederates? final attempts to hold position in Northeast Tennessee.
While Greene County and Greeneville are steeped in history, the local communities are not without high quality housing options. Greeneville, the heart of the county, is surrounded by several attractive residential communities. Some to note are: Afton, Chuckey, Fairview and Locust Springs. Afton, Chuckey and Fairview are located adjacent to U.S. Route 11E, northeast of Greeneville. Locust Springs is situated further north, closer to Interstate 81.
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