Moving Companies in Johnson City, TN
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Located at the northeastern tip of Tennessee is Johnson City, just minutes from the Appalachian Trail and Blue Ridge Parkway. This small city is a big attraction for outdoorsy types as well as those seeking artistic and cultural opportunities.
Living here has given you a close-up view of a stunningly beautiful region. Now that it’s time to uproot, you’ll need a company that can show you what a hassle-free long-distance move looks like. U-Pack® incorporates a nationwide network of service centers — including one in Johnson City — to safely and reliably complete your move. And the best part is, you don’t have to drive!
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Exploring Johnson City
While it’s not a sprawling metropolis, Johnson City (population 66,000) has plenty to occupy and entertain residents and visitors. What have you enjoyed around the area?
- Tweetsie Trail, the longest rails-to-trails project in Tennessee, is a 9.5-mile trail that connects Johnson City and Elizabethton. It crosses seven bridges and is accessible for hiking, biking, walking and running.
- The Blue Plum Festival is a popular family-friendly event that has become one of the South’s largest free outdoor music and arts festivals.
- The Southern Dozen is twelve beautiful round-trip motorcycle rides (ranging from 37 to 157 miles) that start in Johnson City. They wind through the foothills and mountains of Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia and Western North Carolina.
- Tannery Knobs Mountain Bike Park offers 40 acres of heavily wooded terrain just outside of Johnson City, open daily and free to the public. There are off-road biking trails for all ages and experience levels, and hikers and trail runners are also welcome.
- Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium is a 3,550-acre nature preserve that features a 44-acre lake, hiking trails and a nature center, along with a state-of-the-art planetarium theater.
- Train enthusiasts won’t want to miss the George L. Carter Railroad Museum on the East Tennessee State University campus. The museum houses historic prototype railroad memorabilia, toy trains and model railroading locomotives, rolling stock and structures. It features four operating layouts in three different scales.
- Built between 1775-1780, Carter Mansion is believed to be the oldest standing frame house in Tennessee and the first to have glass windows.
821 Centenary Rd
Blountville TN, 37617