Hotels in Oneida, Tennessee

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Oneida overview

Oneida is known for its natural features, parks, and scenic landscape. You'll enjoy outdoor areas for hiking. Spend a relaxing day at Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area and Angel Falls Trial when the weather is nice. Head to Twin Arches and Big Ridge Rock Trail to make some memories. Oneida is an inviting destination that has something for everyone.

Where to stay in Oneida

Whether you're planning to stay for a night or for the week, the area around Oneida has accommodations to fit every need. Search for hotels in Oneida with Hotels.com by checking our online map. Our maps display the areas and neighborhoods around all Oneida hotels so you can see how close you are from landmarks and attractions, and then refine your search within the larger area. The best Oneida hotel deals are here with our lowest price guarantee.

How to get to Oneida

Fly in to Knoxville, TN (TYS-McGhee Tyson), 59.1 mi (95.2 km) from downtown Oneida.

What to see around Oneida

Its parks, waterfalls, and hiking trails are notable, and top spots for nature lovers include:
  • • Twin Arches
  • • Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area
  • • Angel Falls Trial
  • • Bandy Creek Visitors Center
  • • Split Bow Arch Overlook
Here are some top sights to see:
  • • Big Ridge Rock Trail
  • • Collier Ridge Trail
  • • White Oak Overlook
  • • Brimstone Recreation
  • • Split Bow Arch

When to visit Oneida

Curious about when's the best time to visit? Here are the seasonal norms to help with your planning:

Seasonal temperature averages
  • January-March: 63°F day, 25°F night
  • April-June: 86°F day, 47°F night
  • July-September: 87°F day, 61°F night
  • October-December: 65°F day, 26°F night
Seasonal rainfall averages
  • January-March: 12.99 inches
  • April-June: 9.25 inches
  • July-September: 8.23 inches
  • October-December: 8.78 inches
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