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This tributary spans the length of Knox County, a 44-mile stretch from Halls to Melton...

Connects Kingston City Park to Fort Southwest Point Park skirting Watts Bar Lake and provides...

Over 15 miles of trails wind along the park’s ridges and hollows, over old roadbeds,...

450 miles of trail wander through scenic gorges and sandstone bluffs, rich with natural and...

Famed as a world-class whitewater river, this class I-IV free-flowing river runs through the stunning...

Located in Oak Ridge, about 30 minutes from downtown Knoxville; 2.6 miles of trails and...

Cherokee Dam, on the Holston River, is surrounded by rolling farmland; lake offers great fishing...

Lake runs parallel to US 129 and is bordered by the Great Smoky Mountains National...

Scenic peninsula features miles of gravel roads to explore and 70 miles of shoreline on...

The Clinch River rises near Tazewell, Virginia, and flows southwest for more than 300 miles...

Features include an ADA walkway, nature path, native plants garden, arboretum, birding platform, a kayak...

Surrounded by the Fort Loudoun Lake, this large linear park has 4 separate entrances; the...

A beautiful mountain valley setting on the eastern edge of the Cumberland Plateau; the 210...

Skirting Douglas Lake’s natural shoreline, the 1.2 mile trail offers numerous opportunities for swimmers and...

Douglas Dam is on the French Broad River and set against the backdrop of the...

Scenic linear trail system skirts the eastern shoreline of Tellico Lake; ten interconnected trails ranging...

Historical location of the Elza Gate, a former entry point to the Secret City back...

Within Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness; diverse terrain comprised of hardwood forests, hedgerows, and old fields –...

Located at the headwaters of the Tennessee River, a popular recreational area for fishing, paddling,...

One of the earliest British fortifications on the western frontier, built in 1756, reconstructed during...

With its headwaters in North Carolina, the river is 228 miles long in its entirety,...

Giant sandstone rock formations, bluffs, mountain streams, and waterfalls, this mountainous terrain varies from an...

Over 850 miles of trail to explore; 2,900 miles of mountain streams to fish, many...

Situated on scenic peninsula along the shores of the Clinch River; 30+ miles of trail...

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