TN Posted in Tennessee September 22, 2015 by Meghan O'Brien These 10 Incredible Places In Tennessee Will Bring Out The Explorer In You Are you a born explorer? An adventurer with a thirst for a bit of danger? Then you simply HAVE to take a look at this Tennessee treasure trove. 10) Bell Witch Cave Cameron Daigle / Flickr Noted as one of the most haunted places in the United States, you can tour the Bell Witch Cave and hear the whole of the terrifying tale. 9) Nashville City Streets Thomas Hawk / Flickr Walk Broadway or through East Nashville for an urban experience that will have your camera working overtime. 8) Cummins Falls Arthur T. Labar / Flickr Gorgeous Cummins Falls is a stunning hike that ends in a watery wonderland. 7) Harpeth Narrows Eugene Peretz / Flickr The Harpeth River is a gorgeous place to get lost for a Saturday - or any day, for that matter. 6) Lookout Mountain Brent Moore / Flickr Grand views of the multiple states? Lookout Mountain has you covered. 5) Foster Falls Mike Box / Flickr Foster Falls is a local favorite, and once you make your way out there? You'll understand why. 4) Natchez Trace Scott Lipsey / Flickr With over 400 drivable miles from Tennessee to Mississippi, we can't think of any better adventure material. 3) Percy Warner Michael Hicks / Flickr Located right outside Nashville, Percy Warner is the perfect spot for a picnic or walk in the woods. Taylor Swift is a big fan, ps. 2) The Lost Sea Brent Moore / FLickr As the largest underwater body of water in the US, this is a must when it comes to your autumn trips. 1) Great Smoky Mountains Anne Swoboda / Flickr Obviously the ol' GSM gets the winning vote, here. Take a hike or a drive, but be an adventurer. Which one are you going to visit? Have you gone? Let us know in the comments below!