Halfway between Chattanooga and Knoxville, Life Care Center of Cleveland has access to the great outdoors, as well as the amenities of the city. Our facility is close to restaurants, hotels and the mall area. For a day trip, we suggest:
- The Cleveland Convention and Visitors Bureau provides attractions, events, hotels and restaurants, as well as a guide to rafting companies for the Ocoee River, used in the 1996 Summer Olympics.
- The Museum Center at 5ive Points is dedicated to the history of the area with five temporary exhibits.
- MainStreet Cleveland is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the downtown area, and lists local restaurants and businesses located downtown.
- The Cherokee National Forest covers more than 650,000 acres of land and features more than 600 miles of walking trails, seven whitewater rivers, 30 campgrounds and three large lakes.
- The Red Clay State Historical Park, the last seat of the Cherokee national government, contains the James F. Corn Interpretive Facility which is dedicated to the history of the area and the Cherokee people.