The BledsoeGeo GeoTour invites you to explore the history, outdoor adventure, great food, charming communities, and spectacular views as you discover the stories and beauty of Bledsoe County and the Sequatchie Valley. Download your passport and begin your adventure here.
The first settlers entered the Sequatchie Valley in the late 1700s through Bledsoe County, named for Anthony Bledsoe, a Revolutionary War patriot who migrated to Tennessee from Virginia and was later killed in an Indian attack. With stories of family feuds, moonshine wars, and Civil War conflict, the area’s rich history resulted in the nickname “Bloody Bledsoe” a century ago. Today, enjoy the peaceful surroundings, friendly people, and unique landscapes you will encounter.
Here are a few examples of the locations to find on your adventure!!
Local Area Farms
Historic Sites in the area