When to Go: Tennessee’s Knoxville Hot Spots

The weather’s always hot here.

But the hot spots are much cooler and the weather more temperate.

Tennessee is among the 10 states that offer some of the best hot weather in the country, with average temperatures ranging from 86 degrees to 90 degrees.

So when the weather is hot, it’s hard to go wrong with a hot spot.

Here are the 10 hottest places to visit in Tennessee, and the best locations to go: 1.

Knoxville’s Great Smoky Mountains National ParkThe Great Smokies, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Tennessee, are home to some of nature’s most spectacular scenery.

The mountains are home of many natural wonders, including Mount Rushmore, the largest granite statue in the world, and Mount Bachelor, which sits at the foot of Mount Knox.

In summer, it is the best time to visit the Smokys for hot springs, snowshoeing, camping and a whole host of other outdoor activities.

If the weather isn’t great, the Smoky Mountain National Park is a great place to stay in summer.

2.

Mt.

Bachelor Hot Springs in TennesseeThe Tennessee Outdoor Society’s annual Tennessee Outdoor Festival is held in Mt.

Brien in June.

This year, it will feature the Mt.

Masters of Tennessee Hot Springs and Campground.

This is the third year the festival has held in the area.

The last two festivals were held in 2012 and 2013.

The 2017 festival will be held on April 24-25.

The festival will also feature a variety of activities, including face painting, a dog show, a horse show, horse rides, a live music festival and more.

3.

Mount Bachelor Hot Spring Resort, Knoxville, Tennessee The Great Smoked Hot Springs are located just outside of Knoxville in Knoxville.

These springs are popular among horseback riders, hikers and mountain bikers.

Located on the western edge of Knox County, the resort offers many opportunities for horseback riding and mountain biking.

The Great Smoke Hot Springs is located on the northern edge of the resort.

This popular hot spring is a popular place to camp for the night, but you can also check out the Hot Springs Campground and the Hot Tub.

4.

Knox River Hot Springs, Tennessee Located in Knox County near the Tennessee River, Knox River National Park, is the most popular hot springs in Tennessee.

It is one of the oldest and largest hot springs and has become a popular destination for people who love the outdoors.

The Knox River is home to the Blue Hill Trail.

5.

Chattanooga Hot Springs Hot Springs located on Chattanooga’s EastsideThe Chattanooga Hot Spring is one hot spot that is located near the Eastside of Chattanooga.

This hot spring offers a variety in the water with plenty of fishing and picnicking to do.

The hot springs are also the location for some of Chattanooga’s best picnics.

The Chattahoochee Hot Springs were located on a hill overlooking the Chattahoochee River.

It was a popular spot for picnicks and people of all ages.

6.

Tennessee Beach Hot SpringsHot Springs in NashvilleHot Springs Hot Spring Hot Springs at Tennessee Beach, Tennessee is a favorite hot spot in Tennessee Beach.

The Hot Springs have a nice sand volleyball court, swimming pool, and indoor water slides.

The Tennessee Beach is one the most unique and beautiful hot springs of Tennessee.

This location is a beautiful part of Tennessee and is a must visit in any summer season.

7.

Chattanooga Nature CenterHot Springs, Chattanooga, TennesseeNature Center is a park located just south of downtown Chattanooga.

The park is a small nature center and has an impressive collection of nature attractions including the Bluegrass National Monument, Blue Ridge National Park and the Tennessee Nature Center.

The nature center is located in an area just north of downtown and is open year-round.

8.

Knox Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Knox Mountain Nature Center is located at the intersection of Knox Avenue and East Tennessee Avenue.

The Nature Center offers a number of nature experiences including a hike and a horseback ride.

The outdoor nature center includes a swimming pool and hot tub.

9.

Mountain Brien Hot Springs hot springs Knox Mountain Brier’s hot springs offer a variety hot springs with many activities to do, such as hiking, camping, and kayaking.

The Mountain Briers hot springs also offer a hot water pool and horseback rides.

MountainBrier Hot Springs offer a number hot springs including a hot tub, hot spring camping, horseback racing and horse riding.

10.

Knox Lakes Hot SpringsKnox Lakes Hot Spring, located off the east side of Knox in Knox City, offers an outdoor hot spring.

This natural hot spring has a sandy beach and is accessible by a paved hiking trail.

The lakeshot springs are one of Tennessee’s most popular spots for hot spring bathing.