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Discover the backroads of this beautiful state while camping in Tennessee. Travel one of the designated trails and byways and don't miss the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Native Americans and pioneers, take the routes used by African Americans along the Underground Railroad, or drive the roads used to deliver moonshine on one of Tennessee's officially designated National Scenic Byways. RV parks in Tennessee will be found near many of these.
When you think of Tennessee, you probably first think of music. From the Celtic sounds of the eastern mountains to the black spiritual rhythms of the Mississippi, you can find it all in Tennessee. For every
When you think of Tennessee, you probably first think of music. From the Celtic sounds of the eastern mountains to the black spiritual rhythms of the Mississippi, you can find it all in Tennessee. For every genre of music—country, classical, gospel, bluegrass, rock n' roll, jazz, blues—there's a region of Tennessee that embraces it and you'll find nearby RV parks in Tennessee. If you're an aficionado of country, then a tour of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville is for you. Of course, Nashville pays tribute to all types of music, but you'll find roots in other parts of the state. Start celebrating blues at the Chattanooga Blues Festival. Stop in at BB King's Blues Club in Memphis. Visit Historic Downtown Sparta, which is also known as Bluegrass USA and is home of bluegrass pioneer Lester Flatt. For Southern Gospel, take in a concert at the Miracle Theater in Pigeon Forge.
While camping in Tennessee, you'll have an opportunity to watch professional and collegiate baseball, basketball, hockey and football. Or get all your favorite sports at one time at the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.
Or create your own hall of fame moment while golfing. Pull out your sticks and play one of the scores of public courses for players at all levels of their game. Throughout the state is a collection of four world-class, 18-hole golf courses, The Bear Trace, designed by Jack Nicklaus. If you prefer to drive something other than a golf ball, a stop at one of the three major NASCAR tracks across the state are in your future. Or try your hand at racing at the NASCAR Speed Park.
RV parks in Tennessee are scattered around the state and so are the venues of many Civil War battles. In fact, more than 1,462 battles were fought on Tennessee land, but it wasn't the first time Tennesseans showed their patriotism. During the War of 1812, volunteer soldiers from the state, serving under Gen. Andrew Jackson, displayed exceptional valor and since then the state has been known as The Volunteer State. Museums and historical sites commemorating the Civil War are popular through the state.
When camping in Tennessee, you can park next to a waterfall, a lake, or a rushing river. You'll have your choice of a mountain, meadow, or valley view. Keep your camera and binoculars close. Take a walk in the woods in the Great Smoky Mountains, hike a portion of the Appalachian Trail, or go birding at the Seven Islands Wildlife Refuge near Knoxville.