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The Kingsport Aquatic Center is the region's newest and most comprehensive indoor/outdoor public aquatic and recreation facility.
Canoeing, tubing, camping, live music, hiking, biking
Bald River Falls
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.
Fishing Guide Service based in Chattanooga specializing in trophy catfish, bass, crappie and other species
Experience all the excitement and beauty of the Pigeon River. Ride the rapids of the Upper Pigeon, enjoy a relaxing float on the Lower, or zip, climb & play at our Family Adventure Island with Rafting in the Smokies' fun, friendly and expert guides.
Stay at our 4 bed room cabin and enjoy the spectacular views on the quiet side of the Smokies
Mountain Harbor Inn- Dandridge
Recreation awaits you on Norris Lake with over 800 miles of shoreline, pristine water and fun for the whole family!
Charge into all the fun in Chattanooga.
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.
Bill Dance explains where and how top fishermen coax large fish onto their hooks.
Cherokee Lake - View from Dam
One of Tennessee's most beautiful waterfalls, only 10 miles from Cookeville
Trip ideas for family fun in Knoxville.
Reelfoot Lake State Park, located in the northwest corner of Tennessee, is one of the greatest hunting and fishing preserves in the nation. The lake encompasses 25,000 acres (15,000 of which are water) and harbors almost every kind of shore and wading ...
Bill Dance gives the fishing low-down on the cypress tree inhabited Reelfoot Lake.
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.
Celebrate the unofficial start of summer by exploring the scenic beauty of Tennessee. Photo Cred: @lady0nthelake
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