Knoxville is a relatively small, unincorporated community located in Frederick County. In spite of the seeming lack of things to do in Knoxville, it is nevertheless an excellent place to disappear to for awhile, especially if you’re looking for an unassuming community where you can just chill in relative anonymity. It’s a small, village-like town with a large interest in real estate. Characterized by its very verdant appearance (as nearly all houses in the area come with their own grassy fields, complete with trees), it’s an excellent place to settle down in for long periods of time.
Land purchases aside, Knoxville is a great place to be for prolonged vacations that have more of a homey feel, as the place lacks any truly marked vacation must-sees like museums or skyscrapers, but makes up for it in quiet and serenity. Knoxville boasts the Elk Mountain Trails -- a vast expanse of verdant land that offers hiking, horseback riding, and camping experiences. Not only is it highly educational and great for kids and adults alike, but the Elk Mountain Trails also offer a sense of being on a long adventure without venturing far from the comforts of a cozy house.
Because it is a small town, you'll find the typical places to eat -- McDonalds, privately owned restaurants, family-run cafés, and a Sheetz coffee shop. The town offers visitors a choice of houses for lease or a selection of tiny Knoxville hostels and bed-and-breakfasts. Known for their old-fashioned charm, Knoxville's hostels provide the basic amenities that you’d have in your very own home. Booking a place in Knoxville is easy, although you might want to plan ahead or book a house or a room in advance prior to your arrival to better enjoy your peaceful stay with as little hassle as possible.
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