Whether you are looking for a metropolitan area, the charm of a small town, or a serene, remote rural area, we have it all.
Its mountains, sparkling lakes and rivers make East Tennessee one of the most breathtakingly beautiful areas in the United States.
Whatever your special interests, you can find it in East Tennessee… why would you want to go anywhere else?
There are hiking and bike trails, rivers for rowing, kayaking and rafting, beautiful golf courses, streams and lakes for the fishing enthusiast, and mountains to climb in the Smokies.
In Pigeon Forge there are music theatres, theme parks, and outlet shopping. The Knoxville Zoo is open year round, and there are both salt water and fresh water aquariums nearby.
We have the University of Tennessee and a number of smaller colleges throughout the region. We have theaters, orchestras, bands, art and history museums, …
Carriage Hill & Carriage Trace Apartments love being a part of the Clinton Community! We are proud to have a stable neighborhood with families that have been a part of our neighborhood for over 20 years!
Stroll through Clinton’s historic district known for its antique and collectible shops!
On the Clinch River, the City of Clinton is located a few miles below Norris Dam and at the upper end of Melton Hill Lake. The Cumberland Mountains and adjacent ridges and foothills are often in view, richly green in the spring and summer, flush with fall color in October, and dusted with snow for much of the winter. Residents of this area have the great Appalachian outdoors right in their backyards.
The area delivers what many areas only promise: small town life amid forested hills, with large, sparkling lakes and clean rivers. Yet, we are in close proximity to a major shopping, entertainment, and educational area, the city of Knoxville.
The smaller cities of Clinton, Rocky Top, Norris, Oak Ridge, and Oliver Springs, together with rural areas, reflect a diverse area, strongly influenced by its Appalachian heritage and history, but very much a part of the 21st century.
The area is rich in the history and tradition of early settlers, illustrated by many museums and historic sites dedicated to preserving the Southern Appalachian heritage – such as the widely known and acclaimed Museum of Appalachia, less than five miles from the Carriage Hill & Carriage Trace Neighborhoods.