Glamping Tennessee: Rentals in Kingston

The small town of Kingston lies in central Tennessee at the confluence of the Tennessee, Emory and Clinch Rivers. These three mighty waterways have been dammed to create Watts Bar Lake, a large reservoir that is a major local tourist attraction. Popular for fishing enthusiasts thanks to its large population of largemouth and spotted bass, it is also a haven for birdwatchers, with both the majestic bald eagle and the graceful great blue heron nesting in the vicinity. Glampers will also enjoy its proximity to the nearby Catoosa Wildlife Management Area and its numerous hiking trails, which include sections of the Cumberland Trail as it winds its way along the eastern escarpments of the Cumberland Plateau. Those wishing to combine rural charm with the lure of the city will also want to visit historic Knoxville, known as “Austin without the hype” thanks to its varied music scene.