All tagged Middle Tennessee
Nestled in the rolling hills and bustling cities of Middle Tennessee you’ll find several gems in the state park system. Whether you’re looking for a serene natural setting or a place where you are surrounded by history, these parks really deliver all year round. Edgar Evins, Standing Stone, Port Royal, Dunbar Cave and Bicentennial Mall.
A stroll along the river is often magical on its own, but when you add holiday displays filled with two-million lights, it becomes extraordinary. Christmas on the Cumberland in Clarksville is the centerpiece of Christmas Celebrations in that city, but there’s plenty to see beyond the riverfront.
When it comes to distilled spirits the state of Tennessee is legendary. While Dickel and Daniels have become household names around the world, some craft distilleries across the state are also making a name for themselves. One of those is Old Glory Distilling in Clarksville which opened in the fall of 2016.
Standing Stone State Park is a secluded park along the Cumberland Plateau near Livingston, TN. It provides an escape for the day or longer, it’s all up to you.
An historic town saved from being swallowed up by a lake; a place thousands of people used to flock to soak in healing waters; and a tale of two cities that witnessed a massive environmental disaster. These are three Tennessee towns with an unsual past.
This part of the country is filled with waterfalls and it’s easy to make a day out of traveling to them.
Just off I-24 in Clarksville, TN you’ll find an award winning winery that helped usher in the modern era of Tennessee wines. You’ll also find a place to relax and soak in a whole lot of southern charm.
Clarksville is Tennessee’s fifth largest city. A recent surge in entrepreneurship has led to the creation of a fantastic dining scene that might surprise you.
While Fall Creek Falls may be the most popular Tennessee State Park, another natural playground not too far away is the real rock star.