Find full-tilt stimulation in Tennessee! If you are a family geared toward action--or full of curiosity--Tennessee has your ticket. Revel in our wild and scenic rivers, seize inspiration in our picturesque mountains, pick your own vibe from our world-famous music. Go horseback riding, mountain biking, backpacking. Launch free-flowing fun while fly fishing and set your heels to hiking. Take off on a tramway ride, careen around in go-karts, twirl on the ice, play putt putt. Serious about your golf? Get your swing on at our many gorgeous courses.
Full of wanderlust? Spend time in a world-renowned natural wonder of biodiversity, the Great Smoky Mountains. Want to explore how things work? Get to the heart of creativity in our museums. Sports-minded? Music-oriented? Want to look into history? Look into Tennessee. From mild to wild, pleasant diversions for the family flow abundantly in Tennessee. From the Memphis Rock 'n Soul Museum to the Chattanooga Aquarium, Tennessee has the right flavor of fun for your family.
The gardens are easily accessible, offering over 500 species of wild flowers in one place; as many as 180 species blooming together in the spring, from early April - early May. ...more
Henry Horton State Park
Henry Horton State Park is well known for its championship 18-hole golf course, but it also features a park inn with 65 guest rooms and 4 suites as well as 2,000 square feet of meeting space, a separate conference lodge with 3,150 square feet of meeting space, a southern style restaurant, 5 rustic cabins and 3 deluxe cabins, 72 campsites situated near the scenic Duck River and a trap and skeet range. The 1,140-acre park has three hiking trails where you may see a variety of wildlife such as wild turkey, deer and many kinds of wildflowers. ...more
Henry Horton State Park
Henry Horton State Park: September 20 and 21, 2013; Chapel Hill, TN. A two day festival celebrating Tennessee's history that features arts and crafts, expert demonstrators, contests, food and more. ...more
This off-the-beaten-path destination features replica buildings reminiscent of the wild west, including the Wagon Wheel Hotel & Saloon, a church, stables, blacksmith shop and over 20 other buildings. Be transported to another place and time, right here in Tennessee. ...more
Hidden Springs Property Rentals
Nestled in the Majestic Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. Our Smoky Mountain Honeymoon Cabin Rentals are perfect for a Smoky Mountain vacation in beautiful Tennessee. ...more
When you enter Historic Jonesborough, Tennessee, you’re taking a journey into the past. A unique 18th century town nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of Northeast Tennessee, Jonesborough’s natural beauty, charming architecture, and storytelling heritage have attracted visitors worldwide. ...more
Historic Jonesborough Visitors Center, History Museum & Gift Shop
Begin your trip to Jonesborough, Tennessee at the Historic Jonesborough Visitors Center & Museum at 117 Boone Street. The Center is located seven miles from Interstate 26 and within walking distance of Main Street, bed and breakfasts, unique retail shops, gourmet dining options and the International Storytelling Center. ...more
Historic Rock Castle
General Daniel and Sarah Smith's circa 1784 home. Smith acted as surveyor for the frontier, produced the state's first map and is credited with naming the state of Tennessee. ...more