Amy Lynch

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

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  1. Cumberland Mountain State Park – Hiking

    Knoxville

    With six distinct hiking trails to choose from, Cumberland Mountain State Park in eastern Tennessee offers a handful of day hikes and one backpacking trail, as well as a wide range of amenities to fit any traveler’s needs.

  2. Fall Creek Falls State Park – Flatwater Paddling

    Chattanooga

    The 345-acre lake at Fall Creek Falls State Park is popular among anglers for its largemouth bass in the spring and catfish in the fall, and equally beloved by campers and daytrippers .

  3. Fall Creek Falls - Hiking

    Chattanooga

    Consistently the most-visited state park in Tennessee, Fall Creek Falls has something for everyone, including 35 miles of hiking trails with breathtaking views.

  4. Frozen Head State Park – Mountain Biking

    Knoxville

    The 24,000-acre Frozen Head State Park is generally frequented by campers, hikers, and springtime anglers on the prowl for rainbow trout, but it also has a secret challenge for those who want to climb the park’s tallest mountainside by bike.

  5. Hiwassee/Ocoee State Park – Whitewater

    Chattanooga

    Known for its Class I—V rapids, Hiwassee/Ocoee State Park attracts visitors from all over the world eager to boat or paddle down the scenic rivers surrounded by the wilds of Tennessee.

  6. Exploring the Headwaters of the Everglades

    Orlando

    The Orlando area is home to the headwaters of the Everglades, and visitors to the area can find easy access to this natural wonder through the nearby Kissimmee Chain of Lakes.

  7. The Top 5 Places to Canoe and Kayak Near Orlando

    Orlando

    With sparkling gulf waters to the west, deep blue ocean to the east, and an amazing collection of lakes within minutes of downtown, Orlando has plenty of diverse options for paddlers to enjoy.

  8. 20 Tips from Orlando Locals on How Best to Experience the Area

    Orlando

    You don't need to hit the theme parks to enjoy Orlando. We asked locals for their favorite things to do around town.