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Stoney Creek  is located in Carter County Tennessee just North of Elizabethton on Highway 91. It is nestled between Holston Mountain and Iron Mountain (Part of the Cherokee National Forest) and is named after the creek that runs West from its origin on Holston Mountain to where it empties onto the Watauga River in Hunter, near Elizabethton.  There are many natural beautiful areas in Stoney Creek including the Blue Hole, just off Panhandle Road in the Cherokee National Forrest, and this region has much history as it is a part of the first permanent settlement outside the original 13 American colonies.

There are several small communities on Stoney Creek that together make up the area. From Elizabethton Eastward there is Hunter, Winner, Carter, Sadie, and Buladeen. See Google Map Here

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