When you call Big South Fork Airpark home, you also gain a like-minded active community. In addition to being aviation enthusiasts, the residents at BSF are also adventurous, welcoming, and involved. Any given weekend, you’ll find groups hiking, fishing, four wheeling, grilling out, riding horses, and more. Truly, there is never a dull moment in this vibrant community.

All underground utilities, including county water/sewer, fiber optic cable, high speed internet and natural gas.

5,500 Feet Runway with Direct Access

Home & Private Hangars

Regular Community Events

Expansive Equestrian Center & Riding Trails

24hr On-site Runway Fuel Station

Bordering 125,000 acre Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area

Welcome Center:

Our favorite way for guests to experience what the Airpark has to offer is to view our Welcome Center.  The Welcome Center is a perfect example of the type of homes that can be constructed at Big South Fork Airpark.

Community Events:

Big South Fork Airpark offers regurlar community events that are fun, innovative and a great way to bring everyone togther. From cookouts, seafood boils, to airshows and fireworks, we keep it very exciting. You will never get bored at Big South Fork Airpark! 



Fall is a wonderful time to visit Big South Fork Airpark and East Tennessee. The popularity of our area in Oneida, TN is due in large part to the stunning color changes to the foliage of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation AreaMid-October through late November boasts beautiful fall foliage in a wide range of colors. The climate is cooler and offers the perfect environment for fall hiking and outdoor activities.  Big South Fork is a forest of Tulip Poplar, Dogwood, Sourwood, Sumac, and Magnolias that peak in color change mid to late October. The bright red leaves of sumac and red maples and the burgundy of the sweetgum and tulip poplar are among the first to add vibrancy to the area.




The Big South Fork Airpark is also proud to be a chapter site of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA). When you join the BSF chapter of the EAA, you’ll be connected to a national community of aviation enthusiasts. From restoration to building to taking to the skies, the EAA will give you the opportunity to explore your aviation passions and forge nationwide friendships. 


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Covenants & Restrictions

Below you can access the documents pertaining to Big South Fork Airpark’s covenants and restrictions for buying property and/or living in our community

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Explore Lake Norris

Recreation awaits you on Norris Lake with over 800 miles of shoreline, pristine water and fun for the whole family! Whether you like fishing, camping, watersports or simply enjoy the picturesque shoreline, you are sure to be satisfied with Norris Lake.

Knoxville Tourism & Sports Corporation

Knoxville IS a nature-loving-adventure-seeking-artsy-kinda-town. At this time, we’re also a physically-separated-yet-socially-connected-life-loving community. If you’re ready and able to travel, we look forward to welcoming you… or welcoming you back. If you’re not quite ready, we understand that, too. Know that there are a variety of ways you can experience Knoxville from wherever you call home. Until then, stay well!

The Sawbriar at Big South Fork

Our shared love for the covey rise, rooster cackle and point of a classy bird dog consistently guided our single-minded efforts to develop a world class sporting destination. From the personal service and attention to detail of our dedicated staff, to the world-class dog work of our well bred pointing dogs and retrievers, to our intensive habitat management practices, the Sawbriar is unequalled in the mid south when it comes to a world-class wingshooting experience.

Knoxville Chamber of Commerce

Access to world-renowned research facilities, nationally-ranked training institutions and a robust economic ecosystem position Knoxville as a place of infinite possibilities.

Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau

Explore and find your Nashville inspiration when it’s safe to travel. Experience the creative energy. Discover the neighborhoods. Seek out the hidden gems. Uncover the history and history in the making. And of course, enjoy the music. All while wearing your mask!

First National Bank of Oneida Community Page

First National Bank of Oneida is a great local bank. Their web site offers local information including weather and news.

Rugby Tennessee – Grey Gables B & B

In the late nineteenth century, aristocratic socialist reformer Thomas Hughes and his group of Utopian intellectuals left England to settle in an isolated area of the Cumberland Plateau in East Tennessee. There they built a charming village of gabled windows, peaked roofs, charming homes, and a quaint church and impressive library.

Grey Gables B & B is nestled on the outskirts of this 1880’s English village of Rugby. Grey Gables Bed ‘n Breakfast Inn offers the visitor the best of the Victorian English and Tennessee country heritage.

Lexington, KY Convention and Visitor’s Bureau

Lexington, KY’s visitor’s web site has information on attractions, accommodations, dining, nightlife, shopping, and even an idea guide.

Scott County Chamber of Commerce

Scott County Chamber of Commerce has great resources for business and attractions in the greater Big South Fork area.

Rugby, TN – Victorian England in the Tennessee Cumberlands

British-founded Rugby, Tennessee, is a rare example of a rural, living community that survives from its 1880s utopian beginnings with its town plan intact, many buildings and its natural setting preserved and with no encroaching incompatible development. This is the result of a long chain of human effort to preserve it, inspired by its founder’s vision of equality and cooperation, community planning and natural resources stewardship. Rugby and its heritage must be preserved for all time and shared with this and future generations.

Big South Fork National Park from the National Park Service

The National Park Service web page for Big South Fork National Park includes pictures, a trip planner, history, culture, photos and other information about this beautiful natural treasure.

Friends of Big South Fork

This not-for-profit corporation is dedicated to the protection, preservation & responsible development of the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area and surrounding region.

Living With Your Plane

The LWYP provides individuals who are living on an airpark, want to live on one or are interested in developing or expanding an airpark with important and helpful information.

“I have looked at so many airparks throughout the southeast, and Big South Fork Airpark is the best hands down. It is so quiet, if you like outdoor activities you will love it. Best part is, the through the fence FAA agreement. The people there are the friendliest around, all down to earth. No country club attitudes from anyone. The development is beautiful, lots of great lots for sale, with great views. If you are looking for an airpark full time or vacation home this is the place.”

– Silas Davis

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