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Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium is a 3,550-acre nature preserve with a state-of-the-art planetarium theater and the largest city-owned park in the state of Tennessee.
Fishing Guide Service based in Chattanooga specializing in trophy catfish, bass, crappie and other species
A stone museum and visitors center, tucked into hillside beneath a beautiful stone plaza, offers maps of trails and exhibits.
ANAKEESTA - A FAMILY OUTDOOR THEME PARK
5 Million Years in the Making!
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Roane at Mt. Roosevelt
Highest rated cave in Eastern USA
Burgess Falls State Park, located on the Falling Water River, is noted for its natural beauty and four waterfalls cascading from more than 250 feet in elevation.
Historic city on the Cumberland River.
Drive across an iconic landmark, the seven-arch dam that impounds Byrd's Creek and leads into the Cumberland Mountain State Park. Stay in a rustic cabin, built of Crab Orchard stone during the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Experience and enjoy one of the most scenic, wildest areas in Tennessee with a visit to the Foster Falls Area, South Cumberland State Park.
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 park inn has 119 rooms each with a picturesque view of the lake. The inn has a gift shop, restaurant, laundry facilities, meeting rooms, exercise rooms, outdoor and indoor pools and tennis courts. Located near the inn are cabins featured with ce...
Pickwick Lake is famous for smallmouth bass and Tennessee River catfish, and its beautiful and challenging golf course.
Beautiful, natural area for outdoor activities.
Visitors to Natchez Trace State Park enjoy the museum with local and park history, picnic facilities, camping, cabins and lodges, boating and the park's restaurant.
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.
Roan Mountain's mysterious grassy balds and its natural 600-acre Catawba rhododendron gardens create incredible beauty.
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.
More than 58 miles of hiking trails meander through the wilderness of Pickett State Park and the surrounding forest. The trails afford views of sandstone bluffs, natural bridges, waterfalls and diverse plant life.
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