Cherokee Lake

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Home & Garden Real Estate

Cherokee Lake is located at a historical crossroads in East Tennessee. The major route from Washington D.C. to New Orleans was Lee Highway. Lee Hwy. runs through Grainger county and is parallel to Cherokee Lake. The passage west from North Carolina was Cumberland Gap and to access that route one must go through Bean's Station. Bean Station as it is called now is the northern most town in Grainger County and adjacent to Cherokee Lake. This lake features beautiful scenery as well as great fishing, skiing and camping.

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