Reel in good times when you fish in Tennessee. With plenty of great lakes, streams and bountiful fishing holes across the state, Tennessee is quite the catch!
Find stocked ponds at Tennessee's pay lakes and fish farms, or let one of our knowledgeable guides lead you to some of the lesser known fishing destinations. For skilled anglers, Tennessee's fishing tournaments offer big prizes for big catches. Fish for fun in Tennessee!
Hurricane Hollow Apple Orchard
At Hurricane Hollow Apple Orchard discover apple trees on steep mountainside with breathtaking views from the orchard. This market is located in a hollow or between two high hills these hills are the start of the Cumberland Mts. ...more
Hurricane Marina, LLC
Discover Center Hill Lake's premier destination, Hurricane Marina. We have turned Center Hill Lake's oldest marina into a state-of-the-art facility just 3 miles south of interstate 40 in one of the lakes only natural harbors. ...more
Ijams Nature Center
Ijams is a 300 acre environmental learning center for all ages. It includes woodlands and meadows, hiking and biking trails, native flora and fauna, a boardwalk on the TN River, Will Skelton Greenway and the reclaimed Meads Quarry and Ross Marble Quarry Sites. ...more
Indian Mountain State Park
Indian Mountain State Park is a multi-use facility in Campbell County near Tennessee's northern border. In addition to providing camping and recreation opportunities, the 200-acre park is unique in that it was developed on reclaimed strip mine land. ...more
J & J Century Farm
A Family owned Century Farm, we want to bring you back to the roots of farming and agriculture. You pick fruits & seasonable vegetables, pick you own Wild Blackberries, Boysenberries, and pumpkin patch. ...more
Jones Orchard is located about 15 miles north of Memphis in Millington, TN, and has been providing the best in fresh fruits to Memphis and the mid-South for over 6 decades: apples, blackberries, blueberries, nectarines, peaches, plums, strawberries. ...more
Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park
Conceived as a long-distance hiking trail, the 300-mile Cumberland Trail, the only linear park in the state, from the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park on the Tennessee-Virginia-Kentucky border to the Signal Point near Chattanooga. The trail now is a resource for many types of recreational activities. ...more