Welcome to Claiborne County, Tennessee! Located in the northeast part of the state where Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia meet and where historic figures like Daniel Boone and Thomas Walker led the westward migration that made America the country it is today.
Claiborne County consists of over 400 square miles of picturesque mountain scenery, rolling valleys, beautiful rivers and lakes.
Claiborne County and the surrounding area offers a little bit of everything for the whole family.
From the one of a kind Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum in Harrogate to the hiking trails and quaint shops of the town of Cumberland Gap to the 800 miles of shoreline of Norris Lake and the challenging 18-hole championship Woodlake Golf complex, visitors are sure to find that coming to Claiborne County is a trip worth making.
Hiking, fishing, golfing, hunting, boating, exploring, and tubing are just a few of the things to fill your family’s days in Claiborne County.
Whether you love to sit back, relax and enjoy the world passing by or you prefer your fun mixed with a little sweat and sunshine, Claiborne County is the place for you. The people are friendly and the views are breathtaking. Come for your next vacation and you may just decide to stay.