Freedom Hills provides a getaway that gives visitors a chance to unpack once and see it all in one of Tennessee’s most undiscovered places. Here you’ll find things to do in any direction you travel from Freedom Hills Campground whether choosing to staying on the plateau of middle Tn or making a day trip into the valley of beautiful east Tn. Freedom Hills Campground is nestled on the plateau between Cumberland County, Tn and Morgan county Tn and situated just a short walk from the banks of the majestic Obed river. Tucked right up against 88,000 acres of the Catoosa wildland management area and remote parts of the Obed Wild and Scenic River which belong to the National Park service .
Nature lovers wanting to find things to do in Morgan county, Tn won’t look long as this area is popular for its array of outdoor enthusiast attractions which include more than 45 miles of local river systems known for their exciting kayaking opportunities including white water runs ranging from class ll to class lv. This area has hundreds of miles of hiking and off road trails with several nationally know rock climbing area’s like the Lilly bluffs, south clear etc. which give the rock climbing community a sandstone playground to contour their next project.
The Obed offers a chance to take a deep breath, take a step back from life and enjoy the Rolling hills and pastures filled with cattle surrounded by picturesque mountain backdrops in every direction. Take these views in as you Bike, walk, run or hike one of Tennessee’s hidden gems. Morgan county is proud of its Historic landmarks like Brushy Mountain state penitentiary, once home of James Earl Ray and Ozone falls which was featured in scenes from the movie “Jungle Book ”. Other activities include enjoying the dark skies that the IDA has designated as an International Dark Sky area which allows you the opportunity to view millions of bright stars and distant planets. In October you can catch one of nature’s most beautiful events in the fall when mother nature comes alive with her vibrant leave colors telling locals fall has arrived.