Moving Companies in Blountville, TN
Heading out of Blountville
About 3,000 people call Blountville home. As part of the Kingston-Bristol (TN)-Bristol (VA) metro area, it’s often called the “Tri-Cities” region. And though it’s not the smallest place in Tennessee, it’s the only county seat that’s not an official city. Locals enjoy nice year-round weather and a below-average cost of living. Though you’ve enjoyed living the simple life Blountville offers, it’s time to move on. So, let U-Pack® help. With nationwide coverage, we can move you to almost anywhere in the U.S., Canada or Puerto Rico. Our local service center handles moves to the entire area, including to Johnson City. Our self-move service is comparable to truck rental, but you don’t have to drive! Wondering how much it costs? Check pricing with a free quote or call 844-362-5303844-594-3077.
4 Unique Things to Do Before You Leave
Though Blountville is small, there are a variety of activities in or near the city. Check them out before you go!
- Appalachian Caverns. Tour Tennessee’s underground in the Appalachian Caverns. Take part in a guided tour, ranging from easy to difficult. Then, spend time digging through the gem mine for precious stones to keep forever.
- Steele Cree Park. Get outdoors and have some fun! Picnic tables are available and overlook 52 acres of lake. You can also hike, bike, rent boats and play disc golf. The whole family will enjoy relaxing in nature.
- Cooper’s Gem Mine. If you want more mining experiences, check out Cooper’s Gem Mine. Below Tennessee’s surface are beautiful gems just waiting to be found! And whatever you find, you keep.
- Old Deery Inn. This charming mansion is on the National Register of Historic Places. Step back in time as you tour this grand home.
821 Centenary Rd
Blountville TN, 37617