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Sunset on Reelfoot Lake in Tiptonville, TN
Take in the Scenery

Take in the Scenery

 

The great outdoors. The scenery that looks like a postcard and feels like a playground. The kind that makes you feel part of something larger than yourself. Where every adventure, and every turn dare you to come back for more.

The Holcomb family on a road trip in Tennessee
The Holcomb family on a road trip in Tennessee
For the love of the family road trip

In their web series, singer-songwriters Drew and Ellie Holcomb load up for an epic 1600-mile road trip through Tennessee. They’re exploring the state they grew up in with their kids, finding inspiration together, and even writing some songs along the way — all while traveling safe.

Fishing at Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge, Tennessee

A Big Catch

Tennessee's famous fisherman, Bill Dance, shares techniques on how to catch some of the biggest fish in the state.

 

Photo credit: Journal Communications Inc./Jeff Adkins

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Beauty For More To See
Beauty Image

The landscape of Tennessee is filled with vivid greens, fiery reds, warming oranges, and bright yellows. But we realize not everyone can fully experience its beauty, so we've installed the first-ever scenic viewers outfitted with color-deficiency technology in some of the most beautiful lookouts across the state

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Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Oneida, TN

Explore the Outdoors

Whether you’re into fishing, hiking, biking, or just taking in a beautiful view—Tennessee has an activity for you. 

 

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Colorblind Viewfinder in the Smokies, Tennessee

Tennessee Colors For The First Time

We realize not everyone is able to fully experience the beauty of Tennessee. This year, we want to help change that.

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Camping at the Unaka Beauty Spot in Erwin, TN

Camp Under the Stars

Pitch a tent (or park an RV) and take a snooze under the Tennessee moonlight.

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