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The Town of White Pine is now hiring for a PUBLIC WORKS DEPT DIRECTOR, a PARKS AND RECREATION DIRECTOR, a police officer & a part-time street/sanitation employee. LEARN MORE >>

Visit for A Day Or For A Lifetime

With a picturesque setting in the rolling hills and pastoral landscapes of East Tennessee, White Pine is a community of people abundant with warm, southern hospitality. Our family-owned businesses, as well as national and international companies, local eateries, bookstore, and libraries, offer an idyllic setting for families, and retirees alike. We have a beautiful history supporting us and an even better future on the horizon!

In White Pine, find yourself surrounded by golf courses, lakes, cabins, shopping, the great University of Tennessee, as well as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, all within an hour’s drive.

Veteran’s Memorial Park is now offering for anyone wanting to purchase in honor or memory of someone for $50. Purchase yours today at Town Hall.


Friday, November 11, 2022

Thank a veteran for their service.

County Offices will be Closed.

2022 Christmas Parade

Saturday, December 3rd

Line up will start at 3 PM, with the parade beginning at 4 PM.

Upcoming Events

From town council meetings to community-wide events, stay in the know of what’s happening in our town!

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Pine Fest 2022

Pine Fest 2022

Originally named “Dandridge Crossing” and founded in 1915, the town of White Pine is nestled at the base of the Smoky Mountains. White Pine features picturesque views of the mountains while offering that small town closeness that is loved by our residents and visitors...

The History of Douglas Lake

The History of Douglas Lake

Douglas Lake, located at the foothills of The Great Smoky Mountains, is a scenic location with a fascinating history. Today, Douglas Lake is a leisurely place ideal for fishing and boating, but it wasn’t always that way. This manmade body of water was the center of...