Stop and smell the wildflowers this spring at one of Tennessee’s many gardens or state parks.
Watch a video of bald eagles at Reelfoot Lake State Park in West Tennessee, where each winter 150 to 200 of the birds migrate through on the Mississippi flyway.
Visit Reelfoot Lake in West Tennessee this spring for majestic bald eagle sightings.
Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area celebrates 50 years in 2013.
Tennessee State Parks unveiled a new campground reservation system, making it easier for visitors to plan their camping trips.
Overflowing with gorgeous color and landscaping, the 96-acre property at Memphis Botanic Garden, located right next to the University of Memphis, dazzles visitors with 28 specialty gardens, providing an in-depth look at a variety of flowers, plants and trees.
Meadow Brook Game Farm combines farming and hunting by allowing hunters to use their land during prime wildlife seasons.
Japanese cornel dogwood and hybrid witch hazel are perfect winter-flowering shrubs to brighten up any landscape.
Cyclists and motorcycle riders discover challenging and scenic trails across Tennessee including Tail of the Dragon and the Cherohala Skyway.
Here are a few places that offer ziplining in Tennessee.
Ziplining destinations across the state provide an adventure in Tennessee’s backyard.
Take a spring staycation with this guide to some of our favorite attractions along Tennessee’s Trails and Byways.
housands of lights, hand-lit luminaries and decorations adorn Chickasaw State Park with holiday cheer Dec. 10-12.
Check out our video of zip lining at AdventureWorks in Kingston Springs, Tennessee.
The new Tennessee Equine Trail Guide offers a comprehensive list of state attractions for equine enthusiasts, with 50 pages and more than 130 locations.
Rock Island’s natural beauty takes the cake when it comes to attracting visitors.
Roan Mountain Bed and Breakfast is an idyllic getaway amongst the rhododendrons and scenic landscape of East Tennessee.
Tennessee farm camps provide a healthy, educational summer alternative to video games, TV and iPods.
During the second week of January 2009, a weeklong spell of subfreezing temperatures gripped the Southeast. Along with the cold came a soft blanket of snow that we Tennesseans do not often experience.
See hollies en masse at the University of Tennessee Arboretum in Oak Ridge. The Elmore Holly Collection at the UT Arboretum is a research and display garden of more than 200 cultivars of the genus Ilex.
Tennessee and Georgia call one river by different names.
Float down a chilly river in East Tennessee with help from a float service and general store with a storied past.
Three of Tennessee’s top campgrounds include Elkmont in the Smokies, Fall Creek Falls State Park in Pikeville and Meeman-Shelby Forest near Memphis.
Lodestar Farm lets kids get up close and personal with a rare breed of horses.
After taking a bald eagle tour at Reelfoot Lake in February 1993, Nancy Moore realized a life-change was in order.
Test your fly-fishing skills at this Hickman County trout farm.
Tennessee has more caves than any other state.
If the idea of camping is appealing, but the reality of roughing it is a little, well, rough, discover a back-to-nature alternative without the hassle.
Fireflies light up the night – in synchronicity – each June at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Karl Weinert opened the Tennessee Boat School in 2004, inviting families, friends and co-workers to come to their 185-acre farm in Big Sandy, TN, and build a boat in a day under the instruction of a seasoned boatwright.