2013 has been a busy year for the Airpark with new hangars, road paving, new home construction and much more. Browse the Airpark Construction Gallery to see what we have been up to! Please contact Bill Armstrong with any questions.
Oneida Christmas Parade
Date: Dec. 7
Place: Streets of Oneida
Time: 2 p.m.
A Country Christmas at Gayloard Opryland Resort
Date: Nov. 15 – Jan. 1, 2014
Place: Gaylord Opryland
Find more than 2 million twinkling lights along with acres and acres of stunning decorations. This is the Tennessee home of the Radio City Christmas spectacular featuring the Rockettes, along with other holiday fun including carriage rides, fountain shows, holiday cruises, outdoor nativity display, photos with Santa, and more!
Dollywood – Smoky Mountain Christmas
Date: Nov. 09 – Jan. 04
A five-time award winner of America’s Best Christmas Event, Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival, features four million holiday lights and spectacular holiday performances, including Dollywood’s A Christmas Carol, an all-new adaptation of the Dickens classic.
The parade route has changed several times through the years. The traditional route in modern years is from Industrial Lane to Municipal Drive via Alberta Street (U.S. Hwy. 27). Local financial institutions, churches and businesses join schools, fire departments and others in putting their very best on display for the parade, which concludes with a visit from Santa Claus atop Oneida Fire Department’s Ladder No. 1.
2013 Christmas Parade
- Date: Saturday, Dec. 7
- Place: Streets of Oneida
- Time: 2 p.m.
The city has begun paving John Long Road, the county road into the Airpark. We are very excited and this will provide our residents and guests a much smoother ride into the development. Book a tour and experience all the exciting updates at the Airpark.
In Scott County, tens of thousands of acres of public land is open for hunters. The North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area encompasses 145,000 acres in eastern Scott County. It is Tennessee’s largest WMA and the second-largest piece of contiguous public land in the state, trailing only the Cherokee National Forest. On the opposite side of Scott County, the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area encompasses 125,000 acres. It is one of the few national park units in America where hunting is allowed.