glimpse / 2011 / tn

Nature trails, museums and theaters all are great Crossville, Tenn., attractions, but in this town, one pastime dominates all others -- golf.

Historic log cabins nestle under towering 5,000-foot mountains.

Oak Ridge was Tennessee's fifth-largest city during World War II, but it was also America's biggest secret.

This region's long rivers and mountain backdrops can't be outdone when it comes to showcasing autumn's big flash.

Those looking to lie by lakes, shop several stores, hear about history or sail the sea will all find something to love about Sweetwater.

Residents trace the small town's roots to German settlers who established colonies along the Cumberland Plateau after Native Americans ceded land to the U.S. government.

A little more than a half-hour north of Chattanooga, Dayton, Tenn., has all the trappings of a small town but with lots of history.

Rolling hills and farmland surround the McMinn County seat of Athens, Tenn., about halfway between Chattanooga and Knoxville off Interstate 75.

The Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce tells tourists the city is "in the middle of it all."

A mill road Cherokee Indians took through the Sequatchie Valley on the Trail of Tears still exists today and now is open to the public.

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