Tennessee State Route 351
|Rheatown Road, Chuckey Pike, Erwin Highway, State Route 107 Cutoff|
|Length:||25.4 mi (40.9 km)|
|South end:||SR 70 / SR 107 near South Greene|
| SR 107 in Tusculum
US 11E / US 321 / SR 34 in Chuckey
|North end:||SR 93 in Newmansville|
State Route 351 is a state highway in Greene County, Tennessee. It begins at Tennessee State Routes 70 and 107 in southern Greene County and ends at Tennessee State Route 93 in northern Greene County. It forms a half loop around Greeneville and Tusculum.
2010 Widening Project
Improvements were made to 351's 2nd intersection with SR 107 on the south Side of Tusculum in 2010 which widened the intersection and installed a traffic light/signal.
The entire route is in Greene County.
|South Greene||0||0||SR 70 / SR 107 (Asheville Highway) – Greeneville, Asheville||Southern terminus|
|SR 350 north (Jones Bridge Road) – Greeneville, Camp Creek||Southern terminus of SR-350, Road continues southbound as Greystone Road; Access to Camp Creek Via Greystone Road|
|Tusculum||SR 107 west (Erwin Highway) – Tusculum||Begin overlap with SR-107|
|SR 107 east (Erwin Highway) – Lamar, Erwin||End overlap with SR-107|
|Chuckey||US 11E / US 321 / SR 34 (East Andrew Johnson Highway) – Tusculum, Greeneville, Limestone, Jonesborough, Johnson City|
|Snapps Ferry Road – Greeneville|
|Newmansville||SR 93 (Kingsport Highway) – Greeneville, Fall Branch||Northern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi