Games & Things
Tag, you're it!. Hide yourself in Tennessee when seeking the ultimate good game.
Brimstone Recreation, LLC manages and promotes the recreational use of over 45,000 acres nestled in the remote wilds of Northeast Tennessee and located in the Heart of Appalachia. We offer outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to explore the untamed wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains while enjoying a wide array of recreational activities such as: ATV riding, hunting and fishing, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, and bird watching. ...more
The main site for Knoxville’s pro baseball from 1917-99, the site is named for William Caswell, a Confederate veteran who participated in the first known baseball game in East Tennessee in 1865 and who donated the property for this use. The park has hosted the old Knoxville Pioneers, the Smokies, the “Knoxville Sox,” and the Blue Jays, as well as celebrities from Babe Ruth to Michael Jordan (during his career shift into baseball). ...more
Cedar Creek Sports Center
It's family fun, with putt-putt golf, an all-grass driving range, bumper boats, batting cages, game room and party facilities. Lessons in golf, pitching, hitting, custom golf club fitting. ...more
Cedars of Lebanon State Park
Cedars of Lebanon State Park, in Tennessee’s Central Basin, was named by settlers who saw in the dense cedar forest a reminder of the Biblical Cedars of Lebanon. The park and forest were established as a resettlement park when the federal government bought depleted farmland in 1937 and resettled the residents. ...more
Cherokee Rod & Gun Club
Facilities include lighted outdoor pistol and rifle ranges, trap and skeet shooting, muzzle loading, black powder cartridge shooting, archery range with Rinehart 3-D Targets set in an unique hunting environment, easy walking trails, fishing. Adult and youth leagues, youth and adult educational programs, NRA instructor courses, turkey shoots, military weapons match and Service Rifle Clinic. ...more
Established in the 1880s, this 81-acre park hosted the major Appalachian Expositions of 1910 and 1911 and, in 1913, the even bigger National Conservation Exposition--touted as history’s first expo devoted to conservation of natural resources. It drew more than one million visitors including national reformist leaders like William Jennings Bryan, Helen Keller, Booker T. ...more
City of Morristown Parks & Recreation Dept.
The purpose and objective of the City of Morristown Parks and Recreation Department is to provide year round wholesome leisure activities for all ages, neighborhoods and walks of life. The Parks and Recreation staff believes that a recreation and parks program should create a feeling of pride, a sense of worth, a picture of beauty, a sense of belonging, and satisfaction of accomplishment and the challenge of developing skills and abilities while providing the opportunity to grow both physically and mentally in an abundant and meaningful community life. ...more
Clarksville Greenway Pedestrian Bridge
The pedestrian bridge is located at the left side of the Pollard Road Trailhead, offering a 600-foot panoramic view, as well as about a mile and a fourth of additional trail. The 600-foot bridge was designed to mimic a train trestle, keeping with the Rails to Trails theme of converting old railroad beds into walking paths. ...more