The Town of Trade, Tennessee
Trade — between Mountain City, Tennessee and Boone, North Carolina — is an incorporated community at the easternmost point of Tennessee. It’s commonly referred to as the oldest community in Tennessee since being visited by English-speaking settlers as early as 1673. The town sits at 3,133 feet, the highest community in Tennessee.
The community takes pride in the Trade Days festival, a three-day celebration of the Appalachian arts, crafts, culture, and history. It’s happened every year in June since 1989.
What's in Trade, Tennessee
Here’s a brief list of the things you can find in Trade, Tennessee:
- Sharpie’s Restaurant. Southern staples and country comfort food for the soul.
- Trade Community Center. A step back into the past with a trade mill and Native heritage remembrance.
- Mountaineer Restaurant. American restaurant serving lunch and dinner.
- Buttermilk Acres. A rentable cabin for a night’s stay. Features a running brook near the home.
- Woody’s Fireworks. Good prices and friendly staff at a fireworks store.
- Country Road Antiques. A wide-range selection of local antiques for purchase.
Redden Realty in Tennessee
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