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How Does The Amenity Info Looks Like at Cleveland, TN?

Cleveland, TN Rental Amenities

The above reveals the top rental amenities and the property numbers associated with each of them in Cleveland. In Cleveland, 370 rentals offer Air Conditioning, 358 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 358 rentals offer TV. So, if you need Air Conditioning during your vacation, use the Air Conditioning filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Pool, Hot Tub.

Which Price Range Is Most Typical in Cleveland, TN Area?

Vacation House & Cabin Rental Price Information in Cleveland, TN

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Cleveland has the largest percentage (27.35%) of homes in $100 - $150 price range.
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How Many Rental Accommodations Are Pets Friendly in Cleveland, TN?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Cleveland, TN
30.99% of vacation homes in Cleveland are pet friendly. If you have pet allergies, make sure to check the home property and see whether it is a pet-friendly vacation home or not.
Where Should We Visit in Cleveland, TN Area?
Tourist Attractions In Cleveland, TN

When you have only limited times to spend in Cleveland, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:

Trail Recommendations in Cleveland, TN Area?
Top Trails In Cleveland, TN
The most visited trails here in Cleveland are: Clear Creek Trail, Slick Rock Trail Loop, Cleveland Greenway Trail, Council of Trees Trail, White Oak Mountain Trails, Harrison Bay, Enterprise South Nature Park Loop, Single Track Loop, Poe Run Path to Boulder Point , Poe Run Path.
Best Campgrounds in Cleveland, TN?
Top Rated Campgrounds In Cleveland, TN
If you love outdoors or travel with an RV, here are the campgrounds in Cleveland: Chilhowee Campground, Parksville Lake Rv Campground, Thunder Rock Campground, Cottonwood Patch Campground, Tumbling Creek Campground, Chattanooga North / Cleveland KOA, Agency Creek Campground, Jacks River Fields Campground, Fort Mountain Campground, Hornsby Hollow Campground.
What are the Airports in Cleveland, TN?
Top Airports in Cleveland, TN

Here are the airports that located near Cleveland:

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Cleveland, TN?
Hidden Gems

In 1959, Wild River, a movie adapted from two novels, dramatizes a battle between landowners who lost their homes and farms and the Tennessee Valley Authority. The movie was filmed entirely in Cleveland, with some scenes shot in nearby Charleston. A local researcher offers tours of the movie locations by appointment.

The Hair Conrad Cabin, located at 433 Blythwood Road Southwest was built by Hair Conrad, the son of Hamilton Conrad and Onai, a Cherokee woman. He was considered a “man of means” and led the first removal detachment of Cherokee people under Chief John Ross. The cabin now sits on the Blythwood Farm, a working farm that breeds championship show horses.

Ambrose “A.J.” Tomlinson was born in Indiana, moving to the south as a missionary as an adult. In 1903, he joined the Church of God and moved to Cleveland in 1904. He purchased a home at 2525 Gaut Street and there is a local legend he was able to get the home at a low price because it was haunted. He was elected overseer of the Church of God and the Tomlinson House became the church headquarters. Tomlinson was removed from office in 1923, causing him to leave the Church of God and start the Church of Prophesy. His grave is in Fort Hill Cemetery on Ocoee Street.

There are several churches in Cleveland that are worth a visit, including the Church of God International Office and Prayer Plaza at 2490 Keith Street, the Dixon Pentecostal Research Center at 260 11th Street, North Cleveland Church of God, the oldest continuing Church of God in the country, at 335 11th Street. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, built by John H. Craigmiles to honor the memory of his daughter who died at the age of seven, is a Gothic revival-style building. Nina Craigmiles died when the buggy she and her grandfather were riding in was struck by a train on St. Luke’s Day in 1871. There is a mausoleum created from Carrera marble with four-foot-thick walls and a sarcophagus of Nina, created by Italian artist Fabia Cotte. The First Presbyterian Church is the oldest sanctuary in Cleveland, constructed in 1858. The original gallery was once used by slaves prior to the Civil War.

Morris Vineyard produces and bottles wines, a process that has remained through three generations of the Morris family. There are 19 different wines to choose from and the working farm offers “pick your own fruit,” wine tastings, jellies, local cheeses, and stunning views. The winery is located at 346 Union Grove Road in Charleston, about 20 minutes from Cleveland.

Apple Valley Orchard began when the original owner planted two apple trees in the backyard. Over the years, more trees were added and when his wife saw how much he enjoyed the trees, she suggested he plant more. She was thinking about 40 or so trees, but he ended up planting 400 more. The first apples were sold in 1974 and, in 1978, a cider mill was added. In 1996, a new strain of Gala apples was discovered, named the Caitlin Gala, after the owners’ granddaughter. The farm offers wagon rides and tours of the orchard. They can be found at 351 Weese Road Southeast in Cleveland.

What are the activities in Cleveland, TN that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

The most popular activities in Cleveland revolve around the water with the Hiwassee River running through the town. You can jet ski, kneeboard, water ski, or simply enjoy a boat ride on the river with the family. If relaxing on a beach and swimming are more to your family's liking, Parksville Beach, Mac Point, and Chilhowee/McKamey Lake offer beaches with swimming areas. There is also a public swimming pool at the Kenneth Tinsley Recreation Center and at the Cleveland Community Center. You can also explore smaller waterways on the river in a kayak or canoe.

There are many hiking and biking trails in the Cleveland area. The Cherokee National Forest has more than 600 miles of trail at varying degrees of difficulty. There is also the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway, a public greenway just under four miles long that meanders along Mouse Creek. Fletcher Park also offers a five-mile walking trail, a springhouse that is more than a century old, a fishing pond, and a picnic area.

If your family wants to enjoy the ultimate adventure, Wildwater Ocoee River Basin Canopy Tours may be the perfect solution. The zipline is in nine sections over 14 wooded acres, giving you stunning views of Big Frog Mountain and the Cherokee National Forest. Children must be at least eight years of age and at least 60 pounds. Adults must be less than 250 pounds. The trip takes approximately three hours and all equipment is provided. The zipline is located at 4996 Highway 64 West in Ducktown, about 45 minutes from Cleveland.

A staple in Southern gospel music for more than 60 years, the Red Back Hymnal Exhibit provides you with the history of what has been called America’s best-loved hymnal. The exhibit begins with the development of the hymnal, providing information on its first printing in Cleveland and its continuing influence on Christian music.

The River Maze, located on Birchland Ocoee Farm, owned by Joe and Dianne Fetzer, is created each year in the fall. A maze design is cut into the cornfield in various designs that families can traverse their way through. There is even a scavenger hunt available for added fun. There is also a soybean maze and a small museum. Other times of the year, it is a working farm with hayrides, an anti-bullying maze, and a pumpkin patch. Find the maze at 1371 Highway 64 in Ocoee, about 15 minutes from Cleveland.

What are the must-visit places in Cleveland, TN?
Must See Attractions

Red Clay State Historic Park is a 263-acre park that was formerly used to grow cotton. It was also the last location of the Cherokee National Government before 1838 which pushed the Cherokee people west. It was in this park that the Trail of Tears began. There is a hiking trail that takes you to the Overlook Tower as well as another short trail near the farmstead. The park is located at 1140 Red Clay Park Road Southwest.

Cherokee Removal Memorial Park is located on a bluff overlooking Blythe Ferry, the location where thousands of Cherokee people camped for several weeks as they waited to take the ferry from their native land. The park includes an interpretive visitor center, walking trails, and more. The park is located at 6800 Blythe Ferry Lane.

There is a downtown walking tour that takes you through the stunning town, giving you a glimpse at the Victorian-era homes, antebellum churches and allows you to get a taste of southern hospitality. The tour takes you to Regions Bank, the oldest operating bank in the state, The Spot, built in 1900, and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Pick up a copy of the walking tour at the Chamber of Commerce located at 225 Keith Street or the Museum Center at 5ive Points at 200 Inman Street.

The Craigmiles House, constructed in 1866, now houses the public library as well as the Bradley County Cleveland History Branch and Archives. It has three floors, an elaborate frieze work, and ceiling medallions as well as narrow windows. The mantles were created from Italian marble and the walnut doors, which are original, also have beveled leaded glass.

What are the nightlife spots in Cleveland, TN?
Nightlife Spots

Mash & Hops Craft Beer has an extensive collection of some of the best craft beers from around the country. You can find unique options like Cascade Brewery Pear Therapy, Walker Brothers High Gravity Kombucha, Jackalope Brewing Company Lovebird, and many more. Tap takeovers are common at the location as well. There is indoor and outdoor seating available where you can taste a wide variety of beers and listen to live music. They are located at 168 1st Street.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Cleveland, TN?
Local Events & Festivals

Mainstreet Cruise-In averages more than 500 cars on display. The events are held on the fourth Saturday of each month from April through October from 1 to 5 PM. There is a classic car show and a swap meet. In addition, music from the 60s and 70s fills the air throughout downtown.

The Apple Festival is held each fall in downtown Cleveland, includes pony rides, a Trailhead Bicycle Kid’s Zone, live music, an art, and craft show as well as food booths. The festival is held in mid-October each year.

The Halloween Block Party has been a tradition in Cleveland for over 26 years. It is a free event with live entertainment and food. Adults and children are encouraged to dress in costume and visit the downtown area.

Chair-ries Jubilee is sponsored by the Allied Arts Council of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. The event is designed to raise money for the arts in local schools. It is held in August each year. The event includes a silent auction, held at 225 Keith Street Southwest, of original pieces of art based on a central theme.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Cleveland, TN?
Trip Planning

On your first day in Cleveland, start off on the river, hiking, kayaking, or relaxing on the beach. Grab lunch at Lasater’s before heading downtown. Take the Downtown Walking Tour map to find the historic locations that are everywhere. Visit a few of the quaint downtown stores for gifts as well. Stop in at Mash & Hops for a few beers while you are downtown, then finish your day with dinner at Café Roma and drinks at Big Tom’s Backyard Grill.

The next day, start out with breakfast at Just Bakery before taking a ride to Wildwater for a zip line trip through the trees. On the way back, stop in to see if you can figure out the River Maze before grabbing lunch at Fork and Spoon. Stop in to see the Red Hymnal Exhibit and wander through the Museum at 5ive Points. Finish your day with dinner at Café Roma.

What are the travel peak seasons in Cleveland, TN?
Peak Seasons

The average monthly temperature in Cleveland is

  • January – low of 28F (-2C); high of 48F (9C)
  • February – low of 31F (-0.5C); high of 54F (12C)
  • March – low of 38F (3C); high of 62F (17C)
  • April – low of 45F (7C); high of 62F (17C)
  • May – low of 54F (12C); high of 72F (22C)
  • June – low of 62F (17C); high of 78F (26C)
  • July – low of 66F (19C); high of 88F (31C)
  • August – low of 66F (19C); high of 88F (31C)
  • September – low of 59F (15C); high of 82F (28C)
  • October – low of 46F (8C); high of 72F (22C)
  • November – low of 36F (2C); high of 61F (16C)
  • December – low of 31F (-0.5); high of 52F (11C)

There is an average of 55 inches of rainfall in Cleveland each year and around two inches of snowfall.

How to get around in Cleveland, TN?
Transportations

The closest airport to Cleveland, Tennessee, is the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport which is about a half-hour away from Cleveland. Although you can use a rideshare or taxi to get to Cleveland from the airport, it is advisable to rent a car so you have one available during your stay.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Cleveland, TN?
Art & Culture Places

Museum Center at 5ive Points is both a museum and a cultural center, housing artifacts that tell the history of the Ocoee Region. There is a permanent exhibit entitled “The River of Time,” that tells the history of Bradley County as well as five or six changing exhibits. There is a gift shop that offers local artisan wares as well. 

The Hiwassee River Heritage Center was once the site of the Indian Agency while also being the location of Fort Cass. The site is now an interpretive site and is located at 8746 Hiwassee Street. The museum is housed in what was a small bank and exhibits many artifacts related to the Cherokee nation that existed in the area as well as the Trail of Tears.

Back Alley Gallery allows you to view public art displays by local artists and is located in an alley behind Craigmiles Hall. There is also a location on Broad Street. The gallery has transformed the small back alleys by adding lighting, plants, and artwork. Artwork is framed by doorways hung in the alley which open to reveal hidden works of art.

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