Tennesseans know you don’t need a coastline to enjoy the water. Here are 9 Tennessee rivers and lakes where you can boat, fish, paddle, picnic or just enjoy the scenery.
From the 50 miles of trails at the Urban Wilderness to the 85 miles of paved greenways along the city’s rivers and ridges, Knoxville, Tennessee is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream.
The Southeastern forest has become a destination for those seeking out fish and other underwater species because of its cool, clear waters, undisturbed nature, and extraordinary aquatic diversity.
Here is a checklist for people suffering from asthma or COPD to make sure you have everything you need to travel safely.
Nashville might be known as the “Music City”, but the state capital is also home to some amazing outdoor activities.
More than 10 million from all over the globe visit Memphis each year to experience the culture, food, history, and the outdoors.
If you’re planning a getaway for friends, you’ll find that Northeast Tennessee offers a surprising variety of unique places to enjoy great food, entertainment and outdoor adventure.
Winding wooded lanes, dazzling panoramas, criss-crossing streams, and a labyrinth of diverse trails make Signal Mountain a nature lover’s heaven.
When it comes to protecting your skin, summer brings its own challenges. Take these steps to prevent common hot weather skin woes.
From tomato festivals to blueberry farms, there are tons of great ways for families to get out and enjoy Tennessee’s summer bounty with healthy foods.