Tennessee’s landscapes are filled with vivid greens, fiery reds, warming oranges and bright yellows. But not everyone can fully experience its beauty.
So, the first-ever colorblind viewfinders outfitted with innovative EnChroma® lenses, designed to alleviate red-green colorblindness, were installed at beautiful lookouts across the state. This special lens technology enables people with colorblindness to see a broader range of clear, vibrant colors. Now, even more travelers and residents alike can experience the beauty of Tennessee.
All the colors of fall
Helping more people enjoy the beauty of autumn and Tennessee’s colorful fall foliage.
Find a Viewfinder
Though all of these locations have our Colorblind Viewfinder, their breathtaking beauty can be enjoyed by everyone during any time of year.
Big South Fork Nat'l River & Recreation-East Rim Overlook
From this viewfinder, you'll see a section of the Cumberland Plateau, which has 125,000 acres offering scenic hiking, beautiful gorges and picturesque overlooks.
From this viewfinder, take in awe-inspiring views of East Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
I-26 Welcome Center Erwin/Unicoi County
From this viewfinder, you'll see incredible views of East Tennessee’s stunning hills and gorgeous valleys, as well as rolling mountain views towards North Carolina.
Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park
From this viewfinder, you'll overlook Poplar Tree Lake. Bordering the mighty Mississippi River, this 13,467-acre state park has impeccable terrain and beauty.
Chickasaw State Park
From this viewfinder, you'll look out over Lake Placid. Situated atop some of the highest terrain in West Tennessee, this park’s 1,280 acres has an abundance of breathtaking views for all to enjoy.
Ruby Falls-Lookout Mountain-Blue Heron Overlook
From the Blue Heron Overlook, you'll see distant mountain ranges, the Tennessee Valley, Tennessee River and Chattanooga.
Standing Stone State Park
From this viewfinder, you'll overlook Kelly Lake below. Great views of the lake and natural scenery make it an ideal location.
South Cumberland State Park
From this viewfinder, you'll see lasting views of the Cumberland Plateau. This beautiful state park protects 25,000 acres of land and has 90 miles of hiking trails.
Fall Creek Falls State Park-Millikin's Overlook
From this viewfinder, witness the paradise of more than 20,000 lush acres sprawled across the northeastern section of the beautiful, rugged Cumberland Plateau.
Veterans Overlook at Clinch Mountain
From this viewfinder, you'll see beautiful views of foliage and Cherokee Reservoir, as well as Douglas Lake in the distance.
TN-111 Sequatchie Valley Overlook
From this viewfinder, witness exquisite views of the Sequatchie Valley, a narrow divide between the Cumberland Plateau and Walden's Ridge.
Cherohala Skyway-Turkey Creek Overlook
From this viewfinder, take in Tennessee’s beauty from the Lake View Scenic Overlook. The 5,400-foot elevation makes for memorable views.
Radnor Lake State Park
From this viewfinder, you'll overlook Radnor Lake. You may observe owls, herons, and waterfowl as well as many species of amphibians, reptiles, and mammals such as mink and otter.
The Lodge at Montgomery Bell State Park
From this viewfinder, you'll overlook Lake Acorn. The lakes inside Montgomery Bell State Park are known to attract small numbers of waterfowl such as mallard, wood duck, and bald eagle primarily in winter.