Looking for ideas to celebrate fall? Check out some of our favorite October festivals across Tennessee. From blues music to local markets and traditions to fall produce and crafts, the state has plenty of activities perfect for the whole family. East Tennessee 10/6 – 10/7—3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival | Chattanooga, TN Enjoy some rich southern bluegrass in the Scenic City at the 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival. Featuring more than 10 performances in two days, it’s no wonder this festival was recently named one of the Top Five Bluegrass Festivals by Great American Country. And admission is free! 10/6-10/7—Annual Unicoi County Apple Festival | Erwin, TN Located just south of Johnson City, downtown Erwin is host to the Annual Unicoi County Apple Festival. The event boasts over 350 arts and crafts vendors from around the county including painting, photography, wood-turning, sculpture, metal, jewelry, glass and more. You and your family can get your fill at one of three food courts while you enjoy live music, children’s rides, activities, tournaments and more. 10/6 – 10/21—RiverRocks Festival | Chattanooga, …
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If you’re looking for a different adventure this year, try escaping the city lights and take in the natural wonders of the night sky. Check out some of our favorite spots to view the night sky in Tennessee.
Looking for the perfect family activity? Head to one of Tennessee’s pumpkin patches.
Celebrate the fall season by checking out some of our favorite October festivals across the state.
From scenic mountain ranges to towering waterfalls, the state has a variety of natural wonders that you won’t want to miss out on.
You can make the most of your Smoky Mountain adventure this fall with activities ranging from hiking, sightseeing and even amusement rides.
Want to take a vacation this summer, but don’t want to travel far? Get away from it all by taking a day trip to one of Tennessee’s small towns.
One of the best places to find fresh food this summer is at your local farmers market. Don’t know where to find one? Here’s a list of some of the smaller markets close to where you live.
Here are eight parks around the state that offer opportunities to get more out of your picnic and enjoy a day full of recreational activities and sight-seeing.