McCloud Mountain Restaurant and The Best Of Times III June 4, 2010





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Published on May 30, 2010

Paul Fields is the owner and developer of McCloud Mountain. I became acquainted with Paul years ago when I sold Paul a John Deer tractor.

The Cumberland Trail passes through this part of the McCloud Mountain which is the Cumberland Mountains. Cumberland Gap is a few miles North East of the restaurant location.

With soaring cliffs and majestic arches, Mt. Cloud Mountain is an awe-inspiring place to visit. It may be this part of the South's best-kept secret. Mt. Cloud is located on a 1300 acre tract of land at an elevation of 2700 feet, atop the Cumberland Mountains, and six miles out of LaFollette, Tennessee. From the top you can get a breathtaking view of the valley below, Norris Lake, The Great Smoky Mountains, and Knoxville, Tennessee.

Over fifty years ago, Jim McCloud purchased the land and began sightseeing tours of the mountain's many natural wonders and magnificent views. His dream of one day sharing the property has become the reality of Real Estate Developer Paul Fields. In the days to come, this little piece of heaven will see the opening of a five unit lodge for nightly rentals and what is easily the most unique restaurant setting anywhere.

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