Tennessee offers outdoor enthusiasts exciting outdoor activities in its wildlife areas and historical sites dating back to the Civil War.

Tennessee is home to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and a portion of the Appalachian Trail. Outdoor travelers can find exciting recreational opportunities in Tennessee’s wildlife areas, historical sites dating back to the Civil War, and on numerous lakes and rivers.

From fly fishing to paddling, skiing on Ober Gatlinburg and hiking along the Tennessee River Blueway, outdoor enthusiasts can experience activities they love in beautiful Tennessee.

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  • Laurel Crest

    Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

    In the foothills of the Smoky Mountains lies Laurel Crest, a cozy country haven less than a mile from the action of Pigeon Forge, but far enough away to offer rest and relaxation.

  • MountainLoft

    Gatlinburg, Tennessee

    As you drive beneath the canopy of oak and pine trees down the winding country road to MountainLoft, you feel as though you’re entering the nearby Smoky Mountains National Park.




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