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CCR 2003 Directions

There are many ways to get to the 2003 Curve Cowboy Reunion.  Most will arrive by land using the most scenic routes; however, a few of you might want to arrive by air.  Choose One:  LAND or AIR

By Land

Avoid the traffic and take the scenic route to Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains! With road construction projects ongoing on Highway 441 in Sevierville, visitors should consider taking the less traveled scenic routes to Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains.

  • If traveling through Nashville consider I-40 East to Exit 364 at State Route 95, then U.S. 321 East, continuing through Maryville and Townsend, then Highway 73 to Gatlinburg. If traveling through Lexington on I-75 South, consider taking I-40 West from Knoxville to Exit 364 at State Route 95 and follow the same directions into Gatlinburg.

  • If traveling through Roanoke on I-81 South, consider I-40 East to Exit 435 or 443 (Foothills Parkway), turn onto U.S. 321 and continue until you reach Gatlinburg.

  • When traveling through Asheville on I-40 West, take Exit 443 (Foothills Parkway) or Exit 435, then turn left onto U.S. 321 and continue until you reach Gatlinburg.

  • If you're traveling through Chattanooga, consider I-75 North to Exit 81 at State Route 95, then Highway 321 East continuing through Maryville and Townsend, then Highway 73 to Gatlinburg.

These scenic routes take you past stunning landscapes, historical areas and many unique points of interest. In addition, they may actually get you to Gatlinburg faster than taking the major highways. That's because during the busy summer season these routes help you avoid the crowds and just enjoy the scenery. So pack up the car, relax and see how the journey can be half the fun. For more information on Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains contact the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce at 1-800-568-4748 or (865) 436-4178.

Gatlinburg Routes

Below is a map of major transportation access routes to Gatlinburg from the eastern United States
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By Air

We know that not everyone has the time to ride into Gatlinburg.  Gatlinburg is serviced by the Knoxville Airport (McGhee-Tyson International - TYS) and is only 1 hour away.  Cities that directly serve Knoxville can be found at http://www.tys.org/flight.html

Other regional airports include:

Charlotte - 212 miles
Nashville - 215 miles
Atlanta - 232 miles

Knoxville is serviced by the major airlines' commuter partners - American Eagle, Continental Express, United Express, Delta Connection, and US Airways

Charlotte is a US Airways Hub, and is serviced by most major airlines

Nashville is serviced by most major airlines

Atlanta is a Delta Air Lines Hub, and is serviced by most major airlines

If you are flying in and are looking for a bike to rent, you might want to check with the Global Touring Pages at the BMWMOA website.  You can find the Global Touring pages at:

http://www.bmwmoa.org/global/ToNorthAmerica.htm


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