Trillium Cove

Trillium Cove has become the place to shop in Townsend, Tn over the years. It’s a place where you can go shop for antiques, grab a bit to eat, and pick up some supplies for your next home improvement project. It’s an all-in-one Townsend destination, especially for us everyday local.

The Appalachian style village is connected by walkways which run between the shops which include everything from a barber shop to an extensive home and garden center. Maybe you just want to stop by and grab a bite to eat, or a coffee… the Picnic Pantry Cafe offers locally roasted coffee, sandwiches, homemade desserts, as well as a long list of premium wines & beer.  Open social events are regularly hosted, ranging from art walks, free live music, wine tastings, and seasonal celebrations. Trillium Cove is located on Hwy. 321 and the Townsend foot and bike paths …so whether by car, bicycle, or on foot, we invite you to park free and visit Trillium Cove

Trillium Cove businesses include:

The Blackberry Briar: Unique Antiques, Gifts & Collectibles
The Blackberry Briar is full of unique gifts. From 1700’s antiques to Czech Republic antiques to the latest in Vera Bradley and so much more.

Cabin Treasures: Prize Pickins and Stained Glass
Cabin Treasures provides a wonderful selection of decor and gifts! They also specialize in custom crafted stained glass panels, windows, lamps, and sun catchers abound, all created by the proprietor and artisan, Becky Goodman.

Hassell Creek: Ham, Jam, Jelly & More
Award winning Hassell Creek features a full line of jam, jelly, honey, fruit butter, country ham, coffee, no sugar items and other delicious products.  All of the fruit and ingredients in our Hassell Creek products are grown right here in the Smoky Mountain area.

Norris Mountain: The Art, Life and Spirit of Cades Cove
Townsend’s premier art gallery focusing on and about Cades Cove. Your visit to the Cove will be made complete with a fine artistic memento, framed or unframed, that will satisfy the desires of any budget.

Parkside Realty Services & Dogwood Cabins
Parkside Realty Services and Dogwood Cabins offer real estate services, vacation home/cabin rentals, and showcase Townsend’s finest properties for sale and lease.

Ravenwood Jewelry
Ravenwood Jewelry is a custom jewelry maker that uses sterling silver and natural stones. Ravenwood specializes in wedding jewelry that can be designed by the bride and will add to her very special wedding day.

Regina’s Paul Mitchell Focus Salon
Regina’s is owned and operated by Regina Clavin, a Paul Mitchell National Educator & Instructor. Offering the latest in cuts & coloring techniques to all men, women & children. Also offering Jane Iredale Mineral makeup and facial waxing.

Serenity Salon & Boutique
Serenity Salon & Boutique offers 35 years experience in hair styling, cutting, coloring & highlighting. Manicures & pedicures are also available. Our products include Matrix, Sebastian, Redken and Kenra. Our boutique offers the latest in ladies fashions, handbags, gemstone jewelry & handmade Italian sandals. Specialty skin care items and a full line of cosmetics by Mineral Mine.

Southern Fried Gallery: Art, Gifts, Curiosities & More
Southern Fried Gallery hosts an exhibition of art and craft with a southern flavor and whimsical flair. The gallery includes fine art, pottery, glass, metal, prints, jewelry, soaps, paper goods, clothing and furnishings.

Townsend Barber Shop
The only barber in Townsend specializing in men’s haircuts.

Trillium Cove Home & Garden
Trillium Cove Home & Garden has everything from annuals to perennials, herbs, vegetables and hanging baskets. Customers will also find a number of decorative items for your garden, home and patio. Great containers and custom potting. Home and garden treasures that are sure to meet your needs.

Wears Valley Farmer’s Market

If you’re looking for some of the best produce in the area, head on over to the Wear’s Valley Farmers Market, 2881 Wears Valley Rd. For years they’ve supplied people with the best variety of fresh peaches, apples, squash, cantaloupe and more in the Smokies. Though if you’re heading out there this time of year, you’re likely looking for a pumpkin, or some good barbeque.

Farmers from across Sevier County have been bring their goods to sell at the Wears Valley Farmers Market for years. Primarily, because they do good business and are located along a highly-trafficed road. The staff are very friendly and helpful and will make sure you get some of the best fruit, honey, or pumpkins they have to offer.

Now, we did mention the barbeque, but let us reiterate, this BBQ is some of the best local pork you’ll find. Many people just pull right up at lunch and grab some to go. But if you want to stay and look around, don’t rush, just pull up to one their picnic tables and take it easy.

In addition to their tomatoes, watermelon and carrots, some vendors also offer jams, jellies, honeys, and even boiled peanuts for purchase. These jarred treats make great gifts for your friends and family, no matter where they live. Now, that’s hardly the extent of what you’ll find at the Wears Valley Farmers Market, they really do have something for every season. Pull off and stay while next time you’re in town, we’re sure you’ll find something good.