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Located in the heart of scenic East Tennessee means outdoor adventures are not only plentiful—they’re just moments away.
Tennessee offers some of the best waterfalls (and swimming holes) in the country.
You’ll want to clear your calendar for these Tennessee fall festivals and Halloween fun
Sunsets, the wild rapids of the Ocoee River and some friendly otters. Check out Josh Ness', of @nashvilleexplorersclub, Chattanooga adventure.
Celebrate the unofficial start of summer by exploring the scenic beauty of Tennessee. Photo Cred: @lady0nthelake
In Pigeon Forge, unforgettable memories are around every corner, no matter who’s in your group.
Escape the hustle for waterfall heights Made in Tennessee.
How to have the most budget-friendly fun in Knoxville
Glamping is camping with a serious upgrade. From decked-out retro campers to posh treehouses, there are plenty of places around Tennessee to enjoy nature without sacrificing comfort. Photo Cred: @camp_leconte
A breathtaking play land for outdoor enthusiasts and active families.
The breaktaking views from Clingmans Dome stretch for more than 100 miles.
Take Exit 417 to visit Dandridge, Tennessee, a small town with big outdoor offerings.
Traverse East Tennessee for Made in Tennessee autumnal colors.
Southeast Tennessee is simply one big outdoor adventure.
The flora and fauna are just ready to be discovered in the nation's most visited national park, Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Little to no crowds. Places of instant respite. Explore these off-the-beaten-path Tennessee waterfalls.
If you're looking for laid back, authentic hospitality, these small towns fit the bill.
There was a time when Linden was the town to stop in on the way out of Nashville while heading west.
Springtime outdoor adventures in the Smokies provide a cost-effective option for spring break travel plans.
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