Tennessee Travel Planner

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Middle East Tennessee                        

www.vacationeasttennessee.org

Middle Tennessee                                 

www.middletennesseetourism.com

Northeast Tennessee                            

www.netta.com

Southeast Tennessee                            

www.southeasttennessee.com

Tennessee travel can be fun to plan:  here are some great trip ideas and destinations to help you  plan your Tennessee getaway.

Tennessee’s beautiful wilderness includes four national parks and 54 state parks, packed with 18 waterfalls, 2950 campsites, 8886 miles of trails for hiking and biking, and 394 species of birds. 

Music lovers will want to check out the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and, of course, Graceland.  Soulsville and Dollywood  Tennessee is famous for her contributions to jazz,   bluegrass, country, rock’n’roll and the blues.

Cornbread, sweet tea, barbecue, catfish fillets, hush puppies, and southern fried chicken will tempt your

palate.

There are a number of historic trails and byways commemorating the Civil War, Native Americans, pioneers and founding fathers (and mothers), wilderness and more.

Many famous musicians are from Tennessee, like Dolly Parton, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Kenny Chesney, Gretchen Wilson, Sheryl Crow, and Donna Summer.  Other famous people include President Andrew Johnson who had a home in Greenville and was governor of Tennessee during the Civil War; President Andrew Jackson and the early congressman David Crockett.  The Cherokee leader, Sequoyah invented an alphabet for his people and started the first Cherokee newspaper.

 

 

Plan your Tennessee Travel