Kodak is an unincorporated community in Sevier County, Tennessee, United States. It is located along State Highway 139 and State Highway 66, and just south of Interstate Highway 40 and Knoxville, Tennessee. The elevation of Kodak is about 896 feet (273 meters) above sea level.
Restaurants in Kodak
4.5 based on 237 reviews
You start out by paying a $5 parking fee, which is nothing considering the parking lot is well marked and clean! The staff who sell the tickets are so fun and friendly!!! We have the best time before the games even start....This ballpark is so fun and friendly! Mascots walking around, events for all ages, food that is fair priced and yummy!!! The kids can play on the play area, which is padded with foam mulch. The kids can jump in the jump houses for $5 a piece. He events during the game are awesme too! They have kids running after mascots, playing games, running the bases and events where kids get to meet the players. I would agree tha there is NOT a bad seat in this ballpark! The fireworks on Fridays are awesome too! The gift/merchandise shop is a happening place and I can see why it is...So many selections of shirts, hats, memorabilia and SO MUCH MORE!!! We have a blast watching the Smokies and would recommend a trip out o check it out!!!
5 based on 7 reviews
Scenic Hot air balloon flights in East Tennessee. Close to Smoky Mountain National Park, Gatlinburg, Pigeon forge and Sevierville. Flying gently over the rolling farmlands and hillsides of East Tennessee. What's Up Ballooning flies 365 days a year weather permitting.
Ray and Mary Ann are a lively, knowledgeable couple, who are obviously passionate about hot air ballooning. We learned a lot from them about what it takes to fly safely and successfully. Ray takes care of every last detail to ensure that you have a safe, enjoyable flight, and all you have to do is have fun! This is one of the best things I've ever done, and now it's your turn! What are you waiting for? Call Ray!
4.5 based on 139 reviews
FREE TOURS & TASTINGS at Thunder Road Distillery. Thunder Road Distillery, where we make some of the best whiskey in these hills. Drop in for a free tasting. Taste the original moonshine "corn whiskey" that Robert Mitchum in the movie "Thunder Road" was famous for running through the hills of East Tennessee.
Stopped in for tasting and enjoyed our stop. They had some interesting flavors and staff friendly and helpful. We purchased some to take home and share with friends. Usually don’t like rum but enjoyed their spiced rum and purchased a bottle. Will return
4.5 based on 204 reviews
Beautiful lake with a view of the mountains. Clean water not a lot of boaters the lake is large. We rented a boat for just a short time because of the rain it was beautiful in the evening.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
If your into chocolate then this is the place for you. Both the Halloween candy and Christmas candy are on display. If your needing the sugar free fix then they have a whole wall and then some. They have bargains thru out the store and there is maybe something for everyone. We went ahead and shopped for Christmas and most likely saved about 30% then normal.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Bus parking, food and activities. Zipline,jetboat rides and The Mountain Dew Glass Bottom skybridge to enjoy the great views
Fought the fear and bit the bullet. In this case, my first experience on a zipline. Whew, it was exhilarating freedom. Guides helpful and friendly. "Flew" over the French Broad River and felt amazing. Didn't want to come down to earth. Go, experience the air, freedom and fun.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
This is one of the newest TN State Parks and it is a gem. The strategic location is because of the numbers of migrating birds that go through our area stop in at this location. For the first time I spotted an Orchard Orioles. Similar to their Baltimore Cousins but a little smaller and not as bright orange. May other birds that I will not ruin the surprise for you. Lots of paths/loops/trails and it is a pet friendly area. Bring water or a drink, you'll need it. There is nothing available on location. Binoculars and a camera are suggested.
4 based on 58 reviews
With many trees, difficult water holes, and unusual layout, this Arthur Hills-designed 18-hole golf course challenges beginners and pros alike.
The River Island Golf Club is a great track, and with 4 sets of tees can provide a challenge for golfers of all levels and ability. Unfortunately, the fairways are showing a bit of wear and tear which is a result of a lot of play, and a very dry summer. While the course is a little out of the way, it is well worth the effort. Great rates can be had with Hot Deals on Golf Now.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
This museum has some really nice cars but in my opinion could use a little more lighting which would make the cars stand out more. Seeing some of them really brought back memories.of seeing these cars on the street.
3.5 based on 188 reviews
My husband and I go to this flea market several times a year....Lots of parking. Clean restrooms, short order resturant and lots and lots of inside and outdoor vendors...The vendors are friendly and hospitable...great place to shop. It takes several hours or more to go through.....Will definitely be going back...It's easy to get to ( right beside the interstate.) The same exit as Pigeon Forge and Sevierville, TN......
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