Kodak, Tennessee is conveniently located just off I-40 on Hwy 139, north of Sevierville in Sevier County. Homeowners in Kodak enjoy low county taxes, exceptional private and public schools, excellent healthcare and easy access to all of the attractions of Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Gatlinburg. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is only a short and scenic drive away through the rural countryside.
Kodak is the official hometown on the Southern Leagues Tennessee Smokies Baseball Club, an AA affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. Along with baseball, residents of Kodak are music fans. One of the most popular celebrations in Kodak is the Annual Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival. Southern cooking enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to the Lodge Cast Iron Store, the oldest family-owned manufacturer of heirloom cookware in the U.S. Every southerner knows cast iron is the only way to cook!
Kodak is also the proud home of the River Islands Golf Club and Golf Course, which was designed by architect Arthur Hills. This unique course traverses the French Broad River many times, runs along its borders and even has utilized river islands for play. The River Islands Golf Course in Kodak has received the prestigious 4-star rating from Golf Digest. For golfing enthusiasts and homebuyers in the Kodak community, this is a one-of-a-kind amenity.
Students in the Kodak area attend the Sevier County School System, which provides a strenuous curriculum to successfully teach these leaders of tomorrow. The affordable single family homes, convenient access to I-40, and relaxing lifestyle of Kodak are sure to please homebuyers who wish to live in the beautiful rolling hillsides of the eastern Tennessee Valleys.
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