Whether it be a hike through the beautiful Smokey Mountains or kayaking down wonderous rivers, Tennessee’s got it all for your perfect family getaway.

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Last Stop for the General

Kennesaw, Ga., a city of about 30,000 half an hour’s drive north of Atlanta, gained fame in 1982 when its City Council passed an ordinance...


Heart and Heritage

It all started with a salt lick. The very first people in Middle Tennessee came to what's now Sumner County, Tenn., here as far back as...


Go for the Brats Stay for the Beer

Nearly 3 million visitors a year come to this replica of a German Alpine village in the North Georgia mountains, 126 miles from Chattanooga.


All about Alabama history

Tourists in Athens, Ala., relive a time when toys were made of tin and the Athens State College named its most stately rooms in Founders...


Wine in Them Hills

Just a little more than 100 miles southeast of Chattanooga, Dahlonega, Ga., is a city of rolling mountains, rich history and righteous food and beverages.


Nature is Calling

Make the short drive from Chattanooga and find out what the rest of the Sequatchie Valley has known for decades: The Dunlap area is one...


Jefferson City

For more than 100 years, the only reason anyone had to stop in Jefferson City was that they were either a student at Carson-Newman University...


Southern Heritage

From Civil War sightseeing to creative and affordable shopping downtown, Dalton offers a variety of unique options along Interstate 75.

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