Plan Your Trip!
Turn your ride into a full weekend of fun! With activities kicking off Friday afternoon and running through Saturday night, plan to come in early and stay late. To help plan your weekend, we've provided a schedule of events below, along with some local lodging options and a link to a full listing of Things to Do in Sequatchie Valley when you're not on your bike!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
SATURDAY, OCT 7
6:00-8:30 Packet pickup
7:30 Ride start for all distances except the 15-mile route
9:00 Ride start for 15-mile route
9:15 Ride start for 2-mile kids ride
10:00-7:00 Vendor expo
11:00-4:00 Farmers Feast lunch & beer service (included in ride registration fee)
2:00-8:00 OKTOBERFEST music, dancing, games, food & beer
Pikeville, 25 minutes north of Dunlap, will also have their annual Fall Festival on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
All times are CENTRAL.
THINGS TO DO
Sequatchie Valley is the perfect place to enjoy Tennessee’s authentic landscape, whether that’s cycling along quiet farm roads, enjoying “gentle thrills” on the Sequatchie River Blueway, eating homemade desserts and fresh produce from local restaurants and farmer’s markets, or exploring historic sites and museums. CLICK HERE for an extensive listing of fun things to do during your visit to Sequatchie Valley!
CAMPING & RV
The closest camping to the ride start is at Coops Creek Commons, just two blocks away at 287 Pine Street, Dunlap, TN 37327. The Commons is more of a fairgrounds than an official campground, but it has a number of water and electric hookups. Call Winston Pickett at 423-618-1286 for more info and pricing.