Most People Don’t Know These 9 Hidden Gems In Tennessee Even Exist

Tennessee tends to fly a bit under the radar when it comes to natural attractions, although we’re not sure why. Our landscapes are some of the most beautiful in the country, in the world, and for some reason, we’re lumped together with all our friendly state neighbors. That’s fine — we suppose — because it keeps the masses from moving in. But after checking out our list of these hidden gems in Tennessee, you might just be convinced to make the move down South. We love ol’ Rocky Top, our sweet home, Tennessee – and here’s why.

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If these hidden gems in Tennessee haven’t got you calling Uhaul for a quick move to the south, we’re not sure what will. Have some love for Tennessee? Let us know in the comments below!

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September 22, 2021

What are some other hidden gems I should check out in Tennessee?

Our list of hidden gems outlined in the article above offers a great starting point, but it’s by no means an exhaustive list of Tennessee’s endless hidden gems. We’ve got loads of sites for you to explore, from little-known restaurants to charming small towns, natural wonders, and just about everything in between. Some destinations that belong on your itinerary include South Pittsburg and the National Cornbread Festival, the Discovery Park in Union City, the Natchez Trace, LeConte Lodge, the town of Arlington, Tennessee’s hidden Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Lost Sea in Sweetwater, Roan Mountain, Sewanee’s Natural Bridge, Fiery Gizzard Trail, the WIlliamswood Castle, and Sequatchie Valley. Learn more about these hidden gems in Tennessee.