Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium : Find nature, wildlife animal habitats, and a planetarium at Tennessee’s largest city-owned park, Kingsport, Tennessee.
Brights Zoo Brights Zoo is a private, family-owned facility nestled in the hills of East Tennessee. Animals living here include some rare & endangered species such as addax, bongo and scimitar-horned oryx, and bactrian camels. The center also contains more common but exotic creatures like red kangaroos, spider monkeys, pandas and zebras.
David Crockett Birthplace State Park: Enjoy camping and other recreational activities at the birthplace of the “King of the Wild Frontier.”
Gray Fossil Site: Experience an active Miocene-era fossil site, a vast deposit 4.5-7 million years old.
Greeneville, Greene County History Museum: Walk through twelve permanent exhibits that record the history of the city and county.
Hands On! Regional Museum: Engage in interactive science and arts activities of interest to children of all ages, even grown ones.
Andrew Johnson National Historic Site: Learn about our 17th President and Lincoln’s successor in his Greeneville home.
Netherland Inn Historic Site: Step into the life of a 19th Century stagecoach inn and tavern.
Rocky Mount State Historical Site: Immerse yourself in the experience of living in frontier America.
Sycamore Shoals State Park: Tour a replica of Fort Watauga and understand life on the dangerous frontier.
Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site: Find out why one historian called this the single most important historic place in Tennessee.
Warriors Path State Park: Recreate at this conveniently located state park with hiking trails, boating and fishing activities, and the park system’s only Boundless Playground.
Wetlands Water Park: Enjoy water recreation at this expansive Jonesborough park.