7 Breathtaking Parks In Tennessee That Showcase The Beauty Of Spring Every Year

Once spring makes its way to Tennessee, you find heaps of locals making their way out of their houses and heading to hiking trails all over the state. The Volunteer State is gorgeous any time of year, but there’s really something about the wildflowers and blooming plant life of springtime. These 7 breathtaking parks in Tennessee are perfect for everyone to visit, whether you’re an avid hiker or beauty-seeking artist. Learn more about them below!

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Pretty incredible, don’t you think? Which parks will you be visiting when spring arrives? Tell us in the comments!

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Address: 2915 Island Home Ave, Knoxville, TN 37920, USA
Address: 501 Rocky Fork Rd, Flag Pond, TN 37657, USA
Address: 1580 Bateman Rd, Moscow, TN 38057, USA
Address: Roan Mountain, Tennessee 37687, USA
Address: Cades Cove, Tennessee 37882, USA
Address: David Crockett State Park, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464, USA
Address: Mud Island, Memphis, TN 38103, USA