Address: Granville, TN
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This tiny “picture postcard” town on the Cumberland River draws visitors year-round. Once a bustling riverboat town, its pace slowed as roadways eclipsed river commerce. The creation of Cordell Hull Lake in the 1970s submerged many of the town’s homes and buildings. Today, it is a quaint and historic vacation spot, loved for its restored buildings including the Granville Museum, quiet charm and access to outdoor activities.

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Tennessee Vacation eGuide
The 2016 eGuide gives you instant access to Tennessee’s irresistible attractions and destinations. Peruse venues online, then put in your order to get a free guide delivered to your doorstep.

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Discover Tennessee Trails & Byways
Three statewide and 16 regional trails run through your favorite Tennessee destinations. The best part is you can decide when and where you want to travel. Discover more »

Ring of Fire
Travel from Nashville across the beautiful Cumberland Plateau. From early settlers and Civil War soldiers to the Bell Witch, Ring of Fire delivers the unforgettable. Learn about this trail »