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Reelfoot Lake

Tucked away in the northwest corner of Tennessee, Reelfoot Lake is a forest unlike any other. Crafted by a series of violent earthquakes that forced the Mississippi to flow backwards for a short period of time, the lake features thousands of majestic cypress trees jutting out of the water. A true wonder only Made in Tennessee.

Museum of Appalachia

Here, history isn’t reminisced, it’s relived. The history of the Appalachian people comes alive as you explore rustic cabins, enjoy old-time music and marvel at the ingenuity of our ancestors. The museum is a rare chance to step back in time that can only be made in Clinton, Tennessee.

Great Smoky Mountains

The Smokies are much more than a breathtaking backdrop. Home to 412 different wildlife species and over 700 miles of streams, the park is full of sights that are waiting to be discovered. Hike one of her endless trails or cut through the range on a guided whitewater rafting tour to see the Smokies in a whole new way.

Cummins Falls

A favorite scenic spot and swimming hole for more than 100 years, Cummins Falls climbs 75 feet above the pool. Rich in Tennessee history, the falls were once home to numerous buffalo and Native American tribes. The falls have been listed as one of the nation’s best swimming holes by Travel + Leisure and Conde Nast magazines.

Mud Island Riverwalk

A man-made beauty located in downtown Memphis, Mud Island is an exact scale model of the Lower Mississippi River flowing from Illinois to the Gulf of Mexico. The island is home to the Mississippi River Museum and one of the most unique outdoor concert venues in Memphis.

Beersheba Springs

Get lost in a beautiful resort town hidden deep in Tennessee. Filled with regional trail runs and rich history, Beersheba Springs makes for a truly unique Tennessee experience.