ANNUAL HERITAGE DAY: The Annual Heritage Day is held every October at the Bogart-Bowman Cabin October 14 and 15. This event is free to the public and it allows adults and children to get a glimpse into what it was like living in Unicoi during this time period. The day is filled with activities to watch, hands-on activities, reenactments, and even the firing of a cannon. Learn More >
Adult Education/HSE Program:
Rocky Fork State Park Friend's Link to facebook page
Top 10 Hiking Trails of Unicoi County Map: dowload pdf
Welcome to Unicoi County
Nestled near the Cherokee National Forest. A main resupply point for the Appalachian Trail, home to fishermen, kyakers and other Nolichucky River enthusiasts, valley of abundant, fertile and diverse agriculture, home to industrial and support industries, location of technology innovators, all with wonderful food and friendly people. Unicoi County is a jewel of old home relaxation, family values, business development and neighbors.
Unicoi County is a mountain crowned surprise of outdoor recreation, old-fashioned relaxation, strong family values, business development, and good neighbors.
CSX Rail and the I26 corridor provide easy access for business and visitor alike.
Stop by and visit with us. You just might decide to stay.
The Unicoi Economic Development Board exists to support existing businesses, develop new business and economic opportunities for Unicoi County and it's ccommunities and provide information and incentives to site seekers and businesses of all types. Unicoi County is a gateway to the strategic corridor of Interstate 26 and CRX Rail serving a days access of logistic commerce transport to over 75 percent of the population of North America. Go to the Economic and Development Board Site >>
As a partner in business, tourism and community development, the Unicoi County Chamber of Commerce works as one of many central providers to benefit our community and those that are interested in it. Please visit our website for current events, information on business and community, local history and community data.