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March 6, 2020
    Harrison Bay- Tennessee’s First State Park Harrison Bay became Tennessee's first state park in 1937. Originally developed by the Civilian Co..

    One of Tennessee’s smaller and lesser-known parks, the 353-acre Booker T. Washington State Park offers access for fishing and boating ..

September 30, 2019
Hiking to Dayton’s Laurel Falls A gorge cut deep into the eastern face of Walden Ridge on the outskirts of Dayton is the site of a popular hike to the..

June 3, 2019
Driving east from Cleveland into Polk County, the western edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains rises abruptly on the horizon. To the north of U.S. Highway 64 a..

Just a few miles west of downtown Chattanooga lies the approximately 25,000-acre Prentice Cooper State Forest and Wildlife Management Area, known to locals..


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