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!
Shull's Farm and Corn Maze
Corn maze, pumpkins, gourds, locally grown fresh produce and fruits, Homemade baked goods and canned goods country style! Along with craft items made right here in Johnson County. ...more
Skunk Ridge Farm Bed and Breakfas
Skunk Ridge Farm Bed and Breakfast is a 20-acre working farm, surrounded by woodlands and pastures. The quaint farmhouse has Appalachian antiques and king- and queen-sized beds. ...more
Smokies Angling Adventures
Smokies Angling Adventures Guide Service offers year round fishing on some of the best Lakes, Rivers,and Streams in East Tennessee. We specialize in Largemouth, Smallmouth, Crappie, Trout and Stripers. ...more
Smoky Mountain Deer Farm and Exotic Petting Zoo
Nestled on 140 beautiful mountain acres in a unique barnyard setting, this zoo offers you the opportunity to pet and feed over 100 hand tamed deer, as well as see many more exotic animals from around the world. ...more
Smoky Mountain Outdoors
The Pigeon River offers outstanding whitewater rafting in the Smoky Mountains just a short drive from Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Maggie Valley. This magnificent river begins in North Carolina and continues through Tennessee to offer breathtaking scenery and thrills! Experience white water rafting in Tennessee on the Upper Pigeon through exciting class 3 to 4 rapids. ...more
Standing Stone State Park
Standing Stone State Park takes its name from a huge, dog-shaped rock monolith that once stood nearby. The stone may have belonged to a prehistoric native people; Native Americans in the area later regarded it as a religious icon. ...more