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The Museum of Appalachia, a Smithsonian Affiliate, is a living history museum--a pioneer mountain farm-village that lends voice to the people of Southern Appalachia through the artifacts and stories they left behind.
On the south end of Jefferson county, located off interstates 81 & 40. Douglas Lake Weaves through the foothills of the Great Smoky Mts and offers lodging, campgrounds, historic heritage and boating all year long.
Canoeing, tubing, camping, live music, hiking, biking
A stone museum and visitors center, tucked into hillside beneath a beautiful stone plaza, offers maps of trails and exhibits.
Bald River Falls
Sunrise in Cades Cove
Recreation awaits you on Norris Lake with over 800 miles of shoreline, pristine water and fun for the whole family!
Nashville Shores is a 385-acre family recreation destination on Percy Priest Lake in Nashville just 10 miles from downtown. Attractions include a water park, ropes courses and zip lines, RV campground, lakeview cabins, marina, and boat rentals.
Sunrise in Townsed
Elizabethton Visitor Center
Pack a tent for your next Tennessee outdoor adventure.
Fishing is at its finest on beautiful Kentucky Lake, with more than 100 species of fish scattered over broad expanses of fresh water and found in hundreds of secluded coves.
The 105-acre historic park, just upstream from the falls of the scenic Nolichucky River, is maintained as a memorial to David Crockett. Nearby is Cherokee National Forest and Crockett Tavern Museum in Morristown.
Fiery Gizzard, Stone Door, Savage Gulf, Grundy Forest, Foster Falls and Lost Cove""a paradise for hikers, climbers and backpackers. View spectacular rock formations, cascading streams, waterfalls, rocky gorges, panoramic overlooks and lush woodlands.
Chickasaw State Park offers more than four miles of easy to moderate hiking trails and bicycle-friendly roads. Visitors can utilize rowboats and pedal boats, available for rent on Lake Placid.
Bring your passion for riding to Big Hill Pond's 14 miles of trails for horseback riding and mountain biking. Fish for bass, bream and catfish, or hike the overnight and day trails.
Roan Mountain's mysterious grassy balds and its natural 600-acre Catawba rhododendron gardens create incredible beauty.
Experience and enjoy one of the most scenic, wildest areas in Tennessee with a visit to the Foster Falls Area, South Cumberland State Park.
Pickwick Lake is famous for smallmouth bass and Tennessee River catfish, and its beautiful and challenging golf course.
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