Amy Lynch

Northwest Florida, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville, Austin, Orlando

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  1. Insider's Guide to Camping in the Smokies

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a revered place for campers to test their mettle while surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty.

  2. 48 Hours of Adventure: How to Have an Unforgettable Weekend in Knoxville


    Once a deeply divided Civil War city, modern day Knoxville is a city coming into its own identity with a growing arts and restaurant scene.

  3. 48 Hours of Adventure: How to Have an Unforgettable Weekend in Chattanooga


    A weekend excursion through the serene, friendly city of Chattanooga and its outer reaches puts you in touch with the natural wonders of Appalachia.

  4. Destin Snorkel Tours

    Northwest Florida

    What better way to explore Destin’s Harbor than by boat? Destin Snorkel offers multiple tours for both active and relaxing trips, from dolphin watching to SNUBA diving under the water.

  5. Longest Fishing Pier in the Gulf of Mexico - Fishing

    Northwest Florida

    The longest fishing pier in Florida and the Gulf of Mexico, also known as the Navarre Beach Pier of Santa Rosa County, offers a plethora of fishing opportunities as well as a nice place to stroll and simply enjoy the breathtaking view.

  6. Gulfarium - Amusement Park

    Northwest Florida

    The Gulfarium is a family-friendly interactive marine adventure park on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, offering up-close encounters with a wide variety of sea life, offered with educational tidbits and an emphasis on conservation.

  7. Kayak Fishing Destin - Fishing

    Northwest Florida

    Kayak Destin Fishing offers four- to eight-hour kayak fishing excursions in the Gulf of Mexico, where an abundance of fish are available both inshore and offshore all year round.

  8. Southern Star Dolphin Cruise - Boating

    Northwest Florida

    Southern Star Dolphin Cruise is a family-friendly experience offered in Destin, Florida, taking guests on a two-hour excursion to learn about the wonders of the Emerald Coast and delight in the pods of dolphins jumping above the waves beside the boat.

  9. World's Luckiest Fishing Village Charter Boats - Fishing

    Northwest Florida

    Destin, Florida is known as the "world's luckiest fishing village" because of the unique topography of its continental shelf and canyon just offshore. These charter boats help you capitalize on the abundance of fish via half-day, full-day or overnight excursions.

  10. Fred Gannon State Park - Camping, Hiking, Cycling, Boating

    Northwest Florida

    Fred Gannon State Park in Niceville, Florida, has something for everyone, from biking, boating and a trio of nature trails to camping, canoeing, kayaking and pet-friendly picnicking. Its location makes it a prime spot for nature lovers to enjoy some wildlife watching and spend time in the region's most fragile marine ecosystem.

  11. Walkin' on Water Paddleboards - Paddleboarding

    Northwest Florida

    Walkin' on Water Paddleboards offers the sublime fun of paddleboarding in the sunny environs of Panama City Beach. The popular spring break destination is far less crowded the rest of the year, making it a perfect place to get out on the water and glide through its sights while getting a light workout courtesy of Walkin' on Water Paddleboards along the way.

  12. Navarre Beach Campground - Camping

    Northwest Florida

    With a wide array of tent/RV/van sites and cabins from which to choose, this kitschy, family-friendly motorcourt-style campground recalls nostalgic visions of family summer vacations from eras gone by. The waterfront space offers beautiful sunsets and lots of opportunities for beachfront fun for all.

  13. Sunset Sail with Just Sailing Destin - Boating

    Northwest Florida

    Just Sailing Destin offers breathtaking sunset sails just off the Emerald Coast, taking passengers on a beautiful 2.5- to five-hour chartered excursion in the Gulf of Mexico as the sun sets on the horizon.

  14. Turkey Creek Nature Trail - Hiking

    Northwest Florida

    The serene beauty of Turkey Creek Nature Trail is a must-see for nature enthusiasts in Niceville, Florida. A perfect spot for a leisurely walk and a breath of fresh air, the public trail offers a tranquil wooded stroll and plenty of bird watching opportunities.

  15. Wild Willy's Adventure Zone - Amusement Park

    Northwest Florida

    Wild Willy's Adventure Zone on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, Florida is a family-friendly amusement park with 17,000 square feet of air-conditioned space in addition to outdoor attractions. It offers a 4D movie theater, arcade games, a ropes course, miniature golf and more.

  16. 10 Reasons to Plan a Florida Panhandle Vacation

    Northwest Florida

    Sugary, white-sand beaches, paddling and other water-based fun, and a laid-back vibe: Time to start planning your Florida Panhandle vacation.

  17. A Complete Guide to Austin's Barton Creek Greenbelt


    One of the most popular and beloved outdoor spaces in all of Texas, the Barton Creek Greenbelt has become something of a synonym for outdoor fun in Austin. In fact, although several greenbelts exist within the Austin city limits, when locals simply ...

  18. The Best Beaches on Florida's Emerald Coast

    Northwest Florida

    Aquamarine waters, sugary white sand, and a laid back vibe: the best beaches on Florida's Emerald Coast are world-class treasures.

  19. The 10 Best Weekend Backpacking Trips in Tennessee


    Surrounded by no fewer than three national forests to the south and east (plus the Great Smoky Mountains) Tennessee is a backpacker’s paradise, with a backcountry trip to suit every experience level.

  20. 24 Hours of Exploration: The Ultimate Adventure Day in Knoxville


    How to pack the maximum amount of adventure into 24 hours in the city of Knoxville.

  21. Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park - Camping


    Encompassing land used and eventually abandoned by Native American tribes some 1,500-2,000 years ago, this park offers hallowed grounds for camping and cultural education.

  22. Panther Creek State Park - Mountain Bike


    For a quick, mountain bike excursion through a waterside slice of Appalachia, this park is just outside of Morristown and offers an 8-mile network of bike trails with varying degrees of difficulty.

  23. Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Park - Mountain Biking


    Combining three distinct ecosystems with a series of prehistoric ceremonial and burial mounds, this unique park with paved pathways is unlike any other place to ride a bike in Tennessee.

  24. David Crockett State Park - Mountain Biking


    Not to be confused with the state park commemorating the birthplace of Davy Crockett 300 miles away, this Lawrenceburg-area spot is a favorite among scout troops, campers, curious American history buffs and casual cyclists alike.

  25. David Crockett State Park - Camping


    Not to be confused with the historic state park located at the pioneer’s birthplace, this park is named after the same but located more than 300 miles away. Its campgrounds and cabins welcome visitors year-round with a host of things to see and do.