A New World of Food
Living in the South opens the door to a whole new world of food. In Morristown, you will find some delicious examples of this for every meal. Going to work gets a little bit brighter when you stop for breakfast first at Hillbilly’s Cabin Restaurant. Have some ham or biscuits and gravy to start your day off right. Java Garden has the specialty coffees and teas you love along with savory sandwiches. If nothing but Mexican will do for dinner, Mexico Lindo has spicy steak burritos and rice served with warm tortilla chips and friendly smiles.
There is an eclectic mix of shops in Morristown and you can find something to suit almost any taste and interest. Vinyl records, T-shirts, and music memorabilia are all at Retro as well as used CDs and video games. Trade Center has a little of everything, from jewelry to musical instruments. If you want an inexpensive dresser or end table for your new place, stop by Bargain House Furniture Super Center. You will find these items and much more, from wood to metal furniture in a variety of styles and prices to fit any budget.
Picnic at the Park
Morristown has two major outdoors areas nearby: Cherokee Lake and Panther Creek State Park. Cherokee Lake has public boat access and commercial docks as well as boat rentals. Year-round fishing yields bass, catfish, and rockfish, and many anglers report catches of up to 20 pounds. Panther Creek State Park, located on the shores of the lake, offers hiking and horseback riding on miles of trails ranging from beginner to expert. You can also camp, picnic, bike, and go birdwatching here. The park has 50 campsites that include bathrooms with showers and electric and water hookups.