White Knuckle Event – May 27th – 29th

April 28th, 2016
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When: May 27-29, 2016 Where: Brimstone Recreation Time: 8 a.m. EDT daily Aimed at becoming the Woodstock of the ATV world, White Knuckle Event attracts thousands of people from across the eastern U.S. and some foreign countries. The largest festival of its kind in the region, White Knuckle Event is hosted by Brimstone Recreation and […]

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5 Reasons To Skip Nashville And Go To Knoxville Instead

April 12th, 2016
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Home to the flagship campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville boasts good food and a cool arts scene, thanks in part to one of its most significant landmarks, the Tennessee Theatre. While you’re not eating and drinking your heart out, there are other activities like paddling and vintage shopping that will have you playing […]

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Dillman’s Break Ground on Their Custom Hangar!

April 12th, 2016
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Big South Fork Custom Homes has begun construction on the Dillman’s custom hangar on their own private hangar lot across the street from their home! The 2,500 sq/ft. hangar will feature a bifold door with remote and straps. We are very excited to have them be part of our community. If you have any questions, […]

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Jet A Fuel has dropped to $3.61 a gallon at KSCX!

April 5th, 2016
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We invite all our friends to come and enjoy the break from the cold! Your days will consist of relaxing around one of our outdoor fireplaces and exploring Big South Fork’s endless forests, gorges and sandstone bluffs. Book today and take advantage BSFA LOW fuel prices! Book Today

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Mountain Biking at Big South Fork

March 14th, 2016
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The Big South Fork already had more miles of designated bike trails than any other national park in the continental U.S. In 2012, five trails within the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area received the International Mountain Biking Association’s coveted “epic” designation. In so doing, the Big South Fork became the first national […]

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Celebrate Spring with a Visit to Big South Fork Airpark

March 14th, 2016
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Jet A Fuel has dropped to $3.61 a gallon at KSCX!  We invite all our friends to come and enjoy the break from the cold! Your days will consist of relaxing around one of our outdoor fireplaces and exploring Big South Fork’s endless forests, gorges and sandstone bluffs. Book today and take advantage BSFA LOW […]

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Smoky Mountain Airshow – TYS – April 16-17, 2016

March 3rd, 2016
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Big South Fork Airpark is excited to support Knoxville in the 2016 Smoky Mountain Airshow on April 16-17. We are looking forward to this event and invite all residents and guests to join for a quick breakfast on the 16th before heading to watch the show. Please let us know if you will be able […]

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Only 1 Personal Hangar Only Lot Remains!

March 2nd, 2016
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Our hangar lots are located on the taxiway and can support up to a 50 x 50ft hangar. Our personal hangar lots give you the opportunity to build the kind of hangar you have always imagined. Our custom builders work with our residents to design a home and hangar package, so that you are able […]

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Explore Winter at BSF with a relaxing horseback ride through any of the hundreds of miles of trails

February 15th, 2016
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The 125,000 acres of the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area contains hundreds of miles of trails and is recognized as one of the Southeast’s top destinations for equestrian trail riding. The network of trails takes riders through some remote and beautiful country in the wilderness of the Big South Fork, with scenery […]

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Celebrate Big South Fork’s 100th year with the Centennial Challenge

February 9th, 2016
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ONEIDA, Tenn. — One hundred miles for one hundred years. That is the concept behind the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area’s “Centennial Challenge,” which is currently underway and will continue throughout much of the 2016 calendar year, as the National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary. Participants are challenged to complete 100 miles […]

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