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Why Famous
  • In Tennessee popular outdoor recreation areas for guests of Tennessee vacation rentals include the Ocoee River, one of the most popular whitewater rivers in the U.S.
  • The festive mountain town of Gatlinburg, Tennessee is the northern gateway to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, America’s most visited national park.
Facts Destination Area Info
  • Tennessee is a state located in the southeastern united states.
  • Tennessee is the 14th fastest growing state in the US.
  • Summers in the state are generally hot, with most of the state averaging a high of around 90°f (32°c) during the summer months.
  • Snowfall ranges from 5 inches (13 cm) in west tennessee to over 16 inches (41 cm) in the higher mountains in east tennessee.
Why Visit
  • The capital city of Nashville offers a variety of attractions for guests of Tennessee vacation rentals. Highlights include the Grande Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and a full-scale replica of the Athens Parthenon.
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee offers a number of family-oriented attractions including the Tennessee Aquarium, Creative Discovery Museum and the Chattanooga Choo Choo Complex, featuring the world’s largest HO-gauge model railroad.
  • In Memphis, guests of Tennessee vacation rentals can make the pilgrimage to Elvis Presley’s home.
Best Time
  • April is generally pretty warm, but sometimes rainy.
Transport
  • Interstate highways:- Interstate 40 crosses the state in an east-west orientation. Its branch interstate highways include I-240 in Memphis; I-440 in Nashville; and I-140 and I-640 in Knoxville. I-26, although technically an east-west interstate, runs from the North Carolina border below Johnson City to its terminus at Kingsport.
  • Interstate 65 crosses the state through Nashville, while Interstate 75 serves Chattanooga and Knoxville and Interstate 55 serves Memphis.
  • Interstate 81 enters the state at Bristol and terminates at its junction with I-40 near Dandridge.
  • Airports:- Major airports within the state include Nashville International Airport (BNA), Memphis International Airport (MEM), McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) in Knoxville, Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport (CHA), Tri-Cities Regional Airport (TRI), and McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport (MKL), in Jackson.
  • Railroads:- Memphis and Dyersburg, Tennessee, are served by the Amtrak City of New Orleans line on its run between Chicago, Illinois and New Orleans, Louisiana.
Precautions
  • June is extremely hot mid to late June, So avoid to visit Tennessee in June.
Lifestyle
  • In tennessee the quality of life is unsurpassed, with a low cost of living, mild climate, and low crime rates.
  • In tennessee thriving arts, culture, and music institutions and events provide a rich cultural life.
  • The dogwood arts festival has been helping east tennesseans usher in the spring for nearly 50 years.
  • The museum of appalachia is a living history presentation of pioneer and mountain life in the southern appalachians.