Cumberland Mountain State Park is located on the Cumberland Plateau, a section of the expansive upland that stretches from western New York to central Alabama and is recognized as the largest timbered plateau in America. Delve into the wonders of this 1,720-acre park.
Situated in Van Buren and Bledsoe counties in Tennessee, Fall Creek Falls State Resort Park spans over 30,638 acres. The park is focused on the upper Cane Creek Gorge, renowned for its distinctive geological formations and picturesque waterfalls.
Deer Creek Ranch provides a comprehensive range of equestrian services, including boarding facilities, lessons, a show program tailored for both youth and adults, and the inclusion of the Trainer Incentive Program (TIP).
Bee Creek Off-Road Adventures provides the option for ATV/UTV rentals or guided ride-along tours with a knowledgeable guide. Situated in close proximity to Fall Creek Falls State Park.
Ocoee Paddleboarding & Watersports provides rentals for Stand Up Paddleboards, kayaks, tandem kayaks, rafts, tubes, and canoes at Lake Parksville or Lake Ocoee, along with a tour of The Lower Ocoee River. Simply pick up your rental and enjoy a full day or the duration of your choice on the water. Walk-ins are welcome, but it's recommended to call at least an hour before arriving without a reservation.
Indulge in year-round play on their verdant 18-hole championship golf course, recognized as one of the Top 10 Golf Courses in Tennessee by Golf Advisor. The exceptional golfing experience commences in our picturesque park-like surroundings, offering a layout that is both inviting to players of all levels and simultaneously challenging.
Stonehaus Winery, a family-owned establishment atop Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau, provides complimentary tastings and a gourmet gift shop. Open seven days a week year-round, the winery offers a diverse range of wines, from dry to sweet. Visitors can enjoy free samples of wine, fudge, cheeseballs, dips, and various gourmet food items. The gift shop features an array of products, including wine accessories, tools, glasses, gourmet foods, cheeses, clothing, scarves, jewelry, handmade pottery, baby clothes, toys, and more.
Established in the 1940s on Dayton Mountain, this family-run orchard spans 100 acres between Pikeville and Dayton. Presently, they cultivate 21 varieties of apples, along with peaches and various other fruits. Oren's Orchard Cafe, a genuine homemade "meat-and-three" style restaurant, offers a menu featuring country staples and daily specials showcasing seasonal produce from the farm. Indulge in delectable desserts baked in their popular Pie Shop, including a delightful array of treats! Operating seasonally from July to around Thanksgiving, this orchard is a beloved establishment.
Downtown Crossville is constantly buzzing with activity. Whether it's the lively 'Fridays at The Crossroads,' the delightful 'Taste of Crossville' or the captivating tunes of 'Thursdays at The Amp' there's an event and a variety of local stores to suit everyone's interests.
A quaint emporium brimming with timeless treasures. Discover a curated collection of vintage furniture, classic artifacts, and unique curiosities that tell stories of bygone eras.
Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum stands as both a railroad museum and a heritage railroad. Established in 1960 by Paul H. Merriman, Robert M. Soule, Jr., and a dedicated group of local railway preservationists, it originated as a chapter of the National Railway Historical Society.