National Parks Week – Celebrating Our Parks
National Parks Week is here! We love all of our National, State, and Local Parks and we frequent them. T and I love nature and can’t get enough. To celebrate National Parks Weeks I thought I would pull together some of the posts from our favorite parks and natural spaces that you can visit on a day trip from the Tri-Cities. These are not all National Parks but all are amazing! For the record, I have made a list and we will be visiting plenty of our National Parks once this Safer At Home thing ends. I can not wait…
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“The mountains are calling and I must go.”– John Muir
Our Favorite Places To Witness Raw Nature
These locations are ones close to us that we visit frequently. If you are a local to get a chance to visit East Tennessee we recommend these destinations!
- Hike Laurel Falls in Hampton Tennessee Just Off The Appalachian Trail
- The Blowing Rock and Linville Falls Adventure on The Blue Ridge Parkway
- Visit Cade’s Cove In The Smoky Mountains National Park
- Backbone Rock Tunnel in Shady Valley
- Best Family Hiking Trip In East Tennessee – Carver’s Gap
- Visit Chimney Rock State Park For Beautiful Views
- Anakeesta Mountain Park in Gatlinburg
- Hike Rock Creek Falls in Unaka Mountain Wilderness
- Bay’s Mountain State Park – Lakeside Trail Review
- Visit Winged Deer Park (Our Favorite Local Park)
- Visit Sliding Rock In Pisgah National Forest
- Reasons To Visit Watauga Lake and The Cherokee National Forest
- Highlands, North Carolina – The Land of Waterfalls
Take A Virtual Tour Now
Why not take a virtual tour of a park? T and I have learned so much about the top parks in America by doing these virtual tours. Check them out here!
Our List of National Parks To Visit This Summer:
- Andrew Johnson National Historic Site
- Appalachian National Scenic Trail
- Cumberland Gap
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park
- Manhattan Project National Historical Park
Do you have a favorite National Park that you want to share with us? Tell us all about it in the comments section below. We love to hear from you.
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