The Ocoee River is officially the most visited whitewater river in the United States with 229,542 visitors in 2012, according to research results announced today by tourism officials in Chattanooga. After the Ocoee River, the other four most visited whitewater rivers are: the Arkansas River in Colorado (208,329), Pigeon River in Tennessee (169,060), Nantahala River in North Carolina (165,906) and Lehigh River in Pennsylvania (110,422). ... (click for more)
Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) Commissioner John Schroer joined Nashville Mayor Karl Dean and residents on Thursday to celebrate the completion of a new community park which sits at the corner of Gale and Lealand Lanes. TDOT partnered with Mayor Dean and Metro Parks to convert ... (click for more)
The Tennessee Valley Authority will be making improvements at six trail locations in Tennessee and Alabama on Saturday, June 1, to celebrate National Trails Day and is encouraging volunteers to participate. Among the projects is the 1.5-mile Buck Island Trail on Guntersville Reservoir ... (click for more)
May 22, 2013
The Monday, May 27 deadline is approaching to submit comments for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s 2013-14 hunting seasons’ regulations proposals. This is an opportunity for the public ... (click for more)
The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission will establish the state’s 2013-14 hunting seasons at its May 30-31 (Thursday-Friday) meeting at the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Ray ... (click for more)
The Warner Park Pool will open Saturday, with new features added. 2012 was a record-breaking year in the long history of Warner Park Pool, and the relatively new Spray and Play. 60,000 visitors ... (click for more)
Should the Boy Scouts of America have changed its policy to allow gay youths in the Scouts?