12 Tennessee National Parks That Will Rock Your Summer

When it comes to finding a solid national park, there’s no place you’d rather be than Tennessee. The Volunteer State sure knows how to show out when it comes to fall colors and the depth of southern history. Take a look!

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9) Overmountain Victory: Four states claim it, Tennessee is proud to be one of them. 330 miles of the great outdoors and 87 miles of pathways are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this stunning spot.

4) Andrew Johnson National Historic Site – Greenville: If you’re looking for a day of historic adventure, then it’s time to explore the national park right here in Greenville. You’ll have the chance to experience a total exhumation of our seventeenth president and see how it shaped the future of the country.

3) Cherokee National Forest – Cleveland: Bring your camera and a couple of friends for a Tennessee adventure you just can’t forget.

What do you think about these fantastic parks? Which one would you visit…? Tell us in the comments below!