Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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October 3, 2013

Annual Hit the Trails Fall Festival is this weekend

CROSSVILLE — The Fairfield Glade Community Club (FGCC) announces the second annual “Hit the Trails Festival” on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This year the festival has expanded to include more outdoor recreational activities available to Fairfield Glade residents and visitors. The festival will be held at Mirror Lake (at the corner of Peavine Rd. and Stonehenge Drive) with live music by Soulfish and fresh grilled food. Twenty-four organizations and clubs will be on hand to share information about all the great activities available in Fairfield Glade. Exhibits will include Friends of the Glade Trails, birding, fishing, geocaching, beekeepers, cycling, model sailing boats, horseback riding and so much more. Scheduled afternoon hiking trail tours will also be available.

The event will be held rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, the “Hit the Trails Fall Festival” will be moved into the Conference Center. For more information please contact Mary Jo Paige, director of Marketing & Events, at 931-707-2167. 

Fairfield Glade is an affordable 12,000+ acre golf, tennis and lake resort community located on the Cumberland Plateau near Crossville, TN. Situated between Nashville and Knoxville at 2000 feet above sea level, it is the highest point between the Rocky and Smoky Mountains. This resort community has five championship golf courses, including Stonehenge Golf Course, home of the Tennessee Women’s Open Championship. There are 11 spring-fed lakes for boating and fishing along with two full-service marinas and sandy beaches on lakes Dartmoor and St. George. There are miles of paved walking and hiking trails which take advantage of the incredible natural beauty and beautiful mountain views. The Conference Center has 36,000 sq. ft. with meeting space to satisfy the needs of any event. The Conference Center also has an indoor Junior Olympic sized pool, hot tub, sauna, massage room, basketball court, game room, café and arts & crafts area. There is an on-site Wellness Center with state-of-the-art fitness equipment, another indoor pool and exercise classes. Fairfield Glade has indoor and outdoor tennis courts, pickleball courts, two outdoor pools and mini-golf. In addition to all the outdoor amenities and activities, Fairfield Glade offers some of the best resort casual dining in Tennessee with Legends & Fireside Lounge and Stonehenge Grille.

Fairfield Glade has achieved the distinction of being named a Top 50 Best Master Planned Community in the U.S. in 2013 by Where to Retire Magazine and has been included on the list for the past three years.

Fairfield Glade is located at 7827 Peavine Road, near Crossville, TN just 6 miles off I-40 and within a short drive of three metropolitan cities- less than an hour from Knoxville and less than two hours from Nashville and Chattanooga. For more information about this release, please contact Mary Jo Paige, director of Marketing & Events, at 931-707-2167. For more information about Fairfield Glade Community Club, visit their website at www.Fairfieldglade.cc or like us on Facebook.

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