July In Cleveland, Tennessee

July In Cleveland, Tennessee

Temperatures are rising, the kids are home from school, and you suddenly have much more free time than you're used to. While social distancing is still essential in the fight to curb the spread of COVID-19, there are a number of outdoor activities coming up in the month of July that will help you break up the monotony of a summer spent in quarantine. Listed below are a few suggestions for what to do this July in and around Cleveland, TN.


Market At The Mill

Make the trip to The Old Woolen Mill at 445 Church St SE Cleveland, TN 37311 every Thursday in July from 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM and enjoy the fruits of our local farmer’s labor. From fresh produce grown within earshot of the market to other artesian goods and sundries, there is no better way to support local growers and merchants than by attending Market At The Mill. 

Inaugural Car & Motorcycle Show

Stop by The Burlap Room located at 175 Hurricane Ridge Rd, Smithville, TN 37166 on Saturday, July 25 from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM to see some of the coolest cars and motorcycles in our area. Bring the kids, bring the dogs, and enjoy a day in the great outdoors surrounded by the classic cars you (and your parents) grew up admiring. The old saying is true, they just don’t make them like they used to, take the day and soak in the engineering excellence of the past with those closest to you at The Burlap Room Inaugural Car & Motorcycle Show.


Ocoee Regional Nature Center

As the only state-certified arboretum in Bradley County, the Ocoee Regional Nature Center houses over one hundred types of trees, plants, flowers and shrubs. There’s no better place to spend a beautiful day on your own or with the family than this serene and secluded natural escape. Beyond beautiful trees and plants, the Ocoee Regional Nature Center also boasts a rescued fire tower on site and a bog garden. Avoid the crowds and enjoy the best that Mother Nature has to offer here. 

Red Clay State Historic Park

Red Clay State Historic Park covers nearly 265 acres along the Tennessee-Georgia border. Part of this historic park is a certified site on the Trail of Tears. Learn more about the history that played out in your backyard and enjoy a day out in the elements away from the masses at this historically rich and scenic gem.  


Adhere to the guidelines laid out by Healthcare Experts and the CDC. Be sure to wear a mask whenever you are in a situation that requires you to come into close contact with others, and bring some hand sanitizer with you wherever you go, just in case. We hope one (or all) of the activities listed above are of interest to you. Stay safe and have fun this summer!