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Adventure Ranch Morristown

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Adventure Ranch
7464 West Andrew Johnson Hwy
Morristown
TN
37877
Tel: 8652823854

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Located 25 minutes East of Knoxville on Highway 11-E between Jefferson City and Morristown, Adventure Ranch is easy to find and convenient from locations across East TN.

Where are we going today?

Adventure Ranch labels itself as "Much More Than A Corn Maze" and it lives up to all the hype! Boasting over 20 unique activities on-site, Adventure Ranch is the ultimate Corn Maze and Family Fun-Park located right here in East Tennessee! 

Only 25 minutes east of Knoxville, Adventure Ranch can be found on rolling plantation grounds of the Great Smoky Farm, and is perfect for anyone over 2 years!

It's the ultimate fall fun - and with all these activities you might find yourself going back over and over!

Think you can explore everything in just one day? Well, lets see how we go!

How about jumping the day away on the TWO gigantic jumping pillows, where kids can use up all of that energy? What about that sports zone where those active kids can try their hand at their favorite sports - and then some!

For those animal loving kids there is the Pony Hops Rodeo, as well as donkey rides - have you ever ridden a donkey before! There is also the super cute petting zoo where kids can really get a hands-on experience with real animals!

Every been on a corncob beach? You have at Adventure Ranch! Kids can try and find their fortune with the gem mining, or find a piece of history in the fossil dig.

Still want more? Okay let's go! The pumpkin patch is always a favorite, and those sirens will go off when you check out the Fire Truck display - neee awww neee awwww....

With pig racing, pony rides, human hamster wheels, nature trails, AND Tennessee's largest rocking chair - just to name a few - Adventure Ranch really is full of adventure!

So why not head down there for a family day out (or two) with the kids and enjoy what is great about fall in the USA!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$12 for GA / $20 for Adventure Pass
  • ChildrenSame as adult
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

12pm - 5pm Saturdays / 1pm - 6pm Sundays

Fall - September to late October

Teachers corner

They have excellent Educational Field Trip opportunities for classes in the area! Teachers can bring their students and experience unique experiences such as Gem Mining (discovering real gemstones), Fossil Dig (Sluicing for unique, authentic fossils) and planting their own "Sprout Pals" to take home and observe their botanical growth!.

Any Top Tips?

Check out the ticket options before you book, because the Adventure Pass is more inclusive - and better value! Check the times before you go too.

Baby Facilities

Indoor plumbed restrooms with baby changing stations are available .

Can I get one of those?

A full General Store is offered with souvenirs and necessities alike!.

More information

Why not have a birthday party at the farm! They would love to celebrate with you!.

What people are saying?

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    Had an absolute blast!!!!! My husband surprised me with a buffalo hunt for are anniversary. I had never dreamed I would ever do anything like that. The ranch staff was very polite and helpful. The food is outstanding and plenty of it. My guide Oliver made my experience one I will remember for ever. I harvested my buffalo in Feb. 2014 and my husband and I returned in August 2014 for a hog hunt. We had plans with some friends to camp and canoe at the Huzzah. We came down on a Thursday and hunted that morning and I shot a big sow trying to get the...Read More

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    Had an incredible experience. The guide was very knowledgeable and helpful. I plan on going again next year!!!

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    We had an excellent time at High Adventure Ranch. Our guide, Oliver, put my son and I on 2 great hogs that met exactly what we were looking for. The accommodations were superb. The cabins were quaint and very nice. The cooking was like going to Sunday dinner at your grandma's house for every meal! The cook, Doretta, took great care of us and all of the home cooked food really hit the spot. We will definitely be going back.

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    My best friend and I wanted to hunt elk, but we are both in our sixties and have some physical issues that prevent us from doing many of the things we used to be able to do. When we researched elk hunts; the physical demands of high altitudes and rugged, steep terrain did not bode well for the two of us. High Adventure Ranch was the perfect solution. Lots of animals to choose from, a very professional staff and facilities and terrain we could get around in. The result was two successful stalks ending in clean kills and some of the best elk I've...Read More

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    What I experienced during my boar hunt with my father. The lodging was more than adequate and comfortable. Doretta the cook was great. Her food was also very good. Our meat was packaged and kept very professionally. We enjoyed watching the other animals on the ranch and fishing in the catch and release pond during our free time. The boar hunt was semi challenging with a gun but would have been more challenging with a bow. The fenced area contains a feeding area that "tame" pigs do hang out at. Other more "wild" pigs will come in and leave...Read More

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by jean landers

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Had an absolute blast!!!!! My husband surprised me with a buffalo hunt for are anniversary. I had never dreamed I would ever do anything like that. The ranch staff was very polite and helpful. The food is outstanding and plenty of it. My guide Oliver made my experience one I will remember for ever. I harvested my buffalo in Feb. 2014 and my husband and I returned in August 2014 for a hog hunt. We had plans with some friends to camp and canoe at the Huzzah. We came down on a Thursday and hunted that morning and I shot a big sow trying to get the best meat hog I could, again our guide Oliver made it a really relaxed and fun hunt. We took the back straps to our camp and picked up the rest frozen and professionally packed for the ride home Sunday morning. The distance between both places is like 35 miles. Im trying to plan it again for next year with another couple. Anyway both times I have been on the RANCH I had fun. Fun you pay for but fun, relaxed, no worries, good times. Both times my meat was processed well and handled with great care .The skinning of my buffalo looked like a surgeon had done it and it made a beautiful tanned skin. The tanner who tanned it for me even commented on the quality of the skinning job and the care to make straight even cuts on it. My family is still working on the buffalo burger very good stuff. My only complaint is that Doretas cooking is to darn good and it's hard to watch your diet eating in that kitchen...

by Barry Marcov

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My best friend and I wanted to hunt elk, but we are both in our sixties and have some physical issues that prevent us from doing many of the things we used to be able to do. When we researched elk hunts; the physical demands of high altitudes and rugged, steep terrain did not bode well for the two of us. High Adventure Ranch was the perfect solution. Lots of animals to choose from, a very professional staff and facilities and terrain we could get around in. The result was two successful stalks ending in clean kills and some of the best elk I've ever eaten,

by Kyle Watkins

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What I experienced during my boar hunt with my father. The lodging was more than adequate and comfortable. Doretta the cook was great. Her food was also very good. Our meat was packaged and kept very professionally. We enjoyed watching the other animals on the ranch and fishing in the catch and release pond during our free time. The boar hunt was semi challenging with a gun but would have been more challenging with a bow. The fenced area contains a feeding area that "tame" pigs do hang out at. Other more "wild" pigs will come in and leave this area. These wilder pigs will run at the first sight of you. Travis our guide explained they keep more tame pigs for young kids, older folks, and people who might have a hard time getting around. If you want a "wilder" hunt tell your guide to keep the feeding area out of your sight. This could be easily done because the feeding area is only a couple acres in size. The "wilder" pigs also feed on wild food and do not always use the feeding area. The bill at the end was exactly what we were expecting as we made sure we understood the fees before we finalized our trip. We enjoyed the hunt and noticed that the sika deer, whitetail deer, and fallow deer seemed to be spooked very easily. Overall we enjoyed the trip and appreciated the efforts of the people at the ranch.

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