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Sunup & Sundown

Some of our best spots for seeing a colorful show. Whether you’re fond of shooting photographs, an aficionado of watching colors explode across the East Tennessee landscape, or taking your coffee or ending a Spring picnic as the sun
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Tons of Fun!

Today's playgrounds are designed to captivate the minds of our youth. Whether it’s the mulch-scented schoolyard or the colorful metal masterpieces of today, playgrounds are a timeless option for an afternoon of family fun. Restless kids
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Snow Tubing

Tennesseans, and Knoxvillians specifically, know all too well that winter weather can be unpredictable—a decent snowfall can be rare and a “White Christmas” is almost unimaginable. Luckily, you don’t have to travel to Colorado or West…
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Haw Ridge

Situated on the Clinch River between Knoxville and Oak Ridge, Haw Ridge Park offers 30 miles of trails for recreational activities such as trial running, hiking, and mountain biking.  Some of the leisurely trails follow the contours of the…
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Northshore Parks

Approximately a half mile past the intersection of Northshore Drive and Pellissippi Parkway begins a series of Knox County parks that provide access to the bountiful recreational opportunities on Fort Loudon Lake. On both land and water,…
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Oh Tannenbaum

With the smell of fresh Christmas tree on your hands and the perfect tree tied to the roof of your car, you’re sure to be in the Christmas spirit as you drive home from one of the Christmas tree farms dot the hills of East Tennessee.…
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Ablaze with Color

As spectacular as many destinations in the Smoky Mountains can be, Gregory Bald holds a special place in the hearts of many hikers for its unique beauty. The bald has an intriguing and disputed history. One story is that, during the Civil…
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