Crossed Squares-Townsend Visitor Center-Townsend, TN
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Countrydragon
N 35° 40.627 W 083° 44.680
17S E 251594 N 3951607
Quick Description: Crossed Squares Quilt Pattern that is off 7906 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway
Location: Tennessee, United States
Date Posted: 11/23/2009 7:24:12 AM
Waymark Code: WM7QH9
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member macleod1
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Long Description:

About the Appalachian Quilt Trail

The AQT is a great way to experience the variety of rural life in one of the country's most scenic areas. Along the way, stop as often or as little as you like. It's easy to spot waypoints and trail stops along the trail: just look for the painted wooden squares. We invite you to take a trip back in time as you slow down and enjoy the scenic countryside of our region. For your pleasure we have displayed the artistry of the traditional quilt on a backdrop of historic and beautiful barns. Take your time, pack a lunch or better yet stop at a local country store or diner to enjoy some local flavors. You will find a variety of historic sites, produce stands, shops, galleries and other places to entertain you along the way.

About the Center

The friendly folks at Townsend Visitors Center invite you to stop in and see us on your way to Cades Cove and Great Smoky Mountains National Park! Our staff is very knowledgeable about the many attractions of our beautiful area and will help plan your experience. Find out about favorite hiking trails, special events, and unique places. Pick up maps and guidebooks. Discover music stores, craft shops, and art galleries. Browse through our store. View interesting displays. Experience the culture of our region by watching our demonstrators in the Exhibit Room.


Townsend Visitors Center The Townsend Visitors Center is a library of knowledge for Townsend, Cades Cove, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and particularly the Local Area. Here you will find books dealing with hiking and hiking trails, buildings of the area, local history from the earliest of settlements, wild life, flowers and fauna, how moonshine was make and to how to make molasses if it is your desire. Maps of the area and the Smokies are available of which many are free of charge.

Your Visit:
A nice place to stop by and grab some maps of the area.

Type of Barn: Not Sure.

Visit Instructions:
Please include one picture of the barn with the quilt.
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