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Buc-ee’s Family Travel Center In Sevierville Tennessee

Buc-ee’s will be opening it’s largest Travel Center along Interstate 40 in Sevierville Tennessee. The Texas based company has another Travel Center under construction in Crossville. This will be the second Buc-ee’s in Tennessee and it will be a part of a 200 acre development called The 407: Gateway to Adventure. 407 is an exit on Interstate 40. The new Buc-ee’s will be on the south east corner of the Interstate 40 and Tennessee State Route 66 intersection which is a busy intersection due to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park south of Sevierville. Sevierville’s Buc-ee’s will be on land being developed by Kituwah LLC and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI).

Sevierville Buc-ee’s
Kituwah LLC

Buc-ee’s Features

 74,000 Square Feet120 Fuel Pump
250 Foot Car WashEV Charging Stations
Pristine BathroomsFresh BBQ
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Buc-ee’s History

Buc-ee’s was founded in Clute, Texas by Don Wasek and Arch “Beaver” Aplin back in 1982. In 2001 Buc-ee’s opened it’s first Travel Center in  Luling, Texas. Buc-ee’s has continued to grow and it opened it’s first store outside of Texas in Baton Rouge, Louisiana back in 2016. Today Buc-ee’s has over 40 locations.

Future Sevierville Buc-ee’s Location

Google Street View 2007
Exit 407 On Interstate 40
2005

Google Street View images in 2007 show what seems like an RV shop.

More updates coming soon…

Interstate 40 Exit 407