Plan your trip to Tennessee
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Ecotourism - Resorts and Lodges in Tennessee
From the magical waterfalls in the Highland Rim to the dense forests of the Smoky Mountains National Park, there’s plenty to see and learn in the vast state of Tennessee. Here, you can explore over 800 miles of trails in the Smokies and keep your eyes out for birds, flora and fauna of all types. Or, you can head to the Tennessee River Gorge, nicknamed “Tennessee’s Grand Canyon,” and enjoy views of the Tennessee River along with over 1,000 species of plants and wildlife!
Travel to the Smoky Mountains National Park where you'll find exhibits about wildlife, geology and the history and preservation of the park. Popular preserved historical sites include Cades Cove, Cataloochee and Roaring Fork. Stay in a cozy cabin from Mountain Shadows and be in the center of it all!
While staying in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, take time to explore the beautiful surroundings when you stay at Alpine Mountain Chalets! Head to Smoky Mountain National Forest and learn what you can do to help preserve the area. Take time to pick up trash or plant a tree, you'll feel happy you gave back during your next vacation.
Big Cypress Lodge not only has a knack for unique lodging, they also have a heart for conservation. Supporting non profit organizations and providing education around wildlife and environmental efforts is a key part of their business. When you stay with them you can explore the Waterfowling Heritage Center, 36 varieties of fish and alligators, and...
Tennessee Top List Picks
The storybook setting of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Tennessee doesn't have to come with the fairytale pricetag. Just minutes from the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountain town of Gatlinburg... more
In the valley of America's most visited national park, find the Best Pigeon Forge Family Cabins in Tennessee! Make Dixie your darling as you fall for the luxury amenities, boutique extras, and... more