Need a break? Spend the night in one of Tennessee’s 56 state parks, including nearby Tims Ford, and get a discount as a Tennessee resident.
A firefly hike at the botanical gardens, classic 80s flicks at the drive in, a new moon hike to Stone Door, and a blown glass exhibit at Cheekwood … yeah, there’s plenty of (socially distanced) things to do this weekend.
Comet NEOWISE is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see a comet with the naked eye. It should be visible in Moore County through July 19.
A breast cancer benefit concert, a waterfall photography class, a concert film at the drive in, a night hike, and a cookie class at Promise Manor … yeah there’s a lot to do this weekend.
Join Tennessee Photographs David Dupleiss for an all day outdoor and waterfall photography workshop on Friday at Old Stone Fort State Park.
Areas campers recently spotted Timber Rattlesnakes at Cedar Point Campgrounds in Normandy.
Moore County anglers can ask questions and give feedback during the TWRA online public meeting on July 9.
Vintage flicks at the drive in, a shrimp boil, fireworks over the lake … yeah, there’s a lot to do this long weekend.
Take a recent picture of spring flowers, waterfalls, or other scenic views at South Cumberland State Park? Donate them to a great cause and become low key famous in their recent photo contest.
Bill Dance learned to fish with his grandfather along the banks of the Mulberry Creek. You can win a fishing trip with him by supporting the 2020 Tennessee Conservation Raffle.