Some of the attractions in and around Crossville, Tennessee are Stonehaus Winery, the historic Palace Theatre built in 1938 and Cumberland Mountain State Park. This scenic park supports a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, boating and fishing, and campgrounds and cabins are available for overnight visitors.
Known as the "Golf Capital of Tennessee," the small town of Crossville supports several challenging courses for golfers. The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain is a sought-after 6,900-yard, 18-hole course designed by Jack Nicklaus. Druid Hills, Dorchester, Stonehenge and Heatherhurst are four of Crossville's scenic championship courses in the Fairfield Glade Community Club group.