Spring is the best time of year to explore Tennessee waterfalls. The late winter thaw and early spring rains combine to substantially increase the water flow and heighten the beauty and grandeur of Tennessee’s waterfalls. It is the perfect opportunity for hikers, day trekkers, and shutterbugs to capture the most ...
February 19, 2018Carol
Rich in Tennessee history, Natchez Trace Parkway was established as a unit of the National Park Service in 1938. Today however, visitors can experience the 10,000 miles of scenic beauty and recreational opportunities this National Scenic Byway offers by driving, biking, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and camping. Also called the ...
January 6, 2018Carol
Cades Cove is a 6,800 acre scenic paradise located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Townsend and Gatlinburg, Tennessee. With nearly two million visitors a year, Cades Cove TN is one of the most visited areas of any National Park located in the United States. Cades Cove Tennessee belonged ...
June 20, 2017support
Do you have a yen to rattle the rocks for gemstones? There are still many places in the United States, known as “fee mining sites,” where gem prospectors can search for tourmaline, peridot, and other semi-precious gems. Since getting out in the great outdoors appeals to both prospectors and RV ...
June 6, 2017Carol
In challenging times, more people turn to camping for vacations than ever. There are a few ingredients that are key to making these trips successful. The first ingredient of successful camping is a good plan. Consider the time, destination, activities, food, personal equipment and organization of group tasks. This ...
May 21, 2017support