The landscape of Tennessee is filled with vivid greens, fiery reds, warming oranges and bright yellows. But we realize not everyone can fully experience its beauty. So we’ve installed the first-ever scenic viewers outfitted with color vision deficiency technology in 12 of the most beautiful lookouts across the state. Now people who have never seen the full spectrum of Tennessee color can experience the beauty.
Each of our Colorblind Viewers are outfitted with innovative EnChroma® lenses designed to alleviate red-green colorblindness. This spectral lens technology enables people with colorblindness to see a broader range of clear, vibrant color.
Helping more people enjoy the beauty of autumn in some of Tennessee’s colorful fall foliage locations.
A section of the Cumberland Plateau in East and Middle Tennessee that has 125,000 acres offering scenic hiking, beautiful gorges and picturesque overlooks.
Bordering the mighty Mississippi, this 13,467-acre state park in West Tennessee has varying terrain and impeccable beauty.
Situated on some of the highest terrain in West Tennessee, the park’s 1,280 acres has an abundance of breathtaking views.
A rustic park covering nearly 11,000 acres on the Cumberland Plateau in Middle Tennessee, noted for its outstanding scenery.
Atop the Cumberland Plateau in East Tennessee, this state park protects 25,000 acres of land and has 90 miles of hiking trails.
A paradise spanning East and Middle Tennessee of more than 20,000 acres sprawled across the eastern top of the rugged Cumberland Plateau.