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In Tennessee, visitors quickly pick up on the rich culture and lifestyle many live so close by. Music is the heart and soul of the state and many know Memphis as the “Birthplace of Blues.” The state sits just above Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina in the South and houses the widest and most exotic variety of birds of all the states in the U.S. Go glamping in Tennessee and visit the state's best outdoor locations. Start planning your luxury Tennessee vacation now!

Things to do in Tennessee outdoors

Exploring Tennessee’s natural wonders will give visitors a new lease of life after months of work and no play. Getting outdoors in Tennessee couldn’t be more enjoyable when you consider the wide range of activities on offer in the area. Kayaking and whitewater rafting on the Ocoee River will energize guests after a long journey to their glamping accommodation. If that doesn’t do the trick, then there’s always zip-lining and even skydiving at the Tennessee Skydiving Center in Tullahoma. There are so many different things to do in Tennessee outdoors, no matter which luxury Tennessee rental you choose, you won't be disappointed.

Top attractions in Tennessee

When you book one of Glamping Hub's luxury Tennessee vacation rentals, you have easy access to the top attractions in Tennessee. Tennessee has a great deal of history, which is woven through its roots and landscape; the Civil War took place in various locations in the state and has since left a string of historic sites available to be explored by visitors. After excursions in the outdoors, you can experience the Tennessee culture in popular cities such as Chattanooga, Memphis, and Nashville where there are even more exciting spectacles to be discovered.

Tennessee weather

So, we've convinced you to take a vacation in Tennessee. When is the best time to visit Tennessee and what is the Tennessee weather like? Due to Tennessee’s geographical location, summers are warm and winters are usually very mild. Rainfall is highest around March, so for a drier vacation, aim for September or October. Nevertheless, with our large variety of glamping accommodations in the region, you can have a comfortable stay no matter what the weather brings. Luxury Tennesse camping trips are the perfect way to get outside throughout all four seasons.

Best outdoor vacation spots in Tennessee

The Appalachian Mountains cover a great amount of the eastern third of Tennessee, which includes the Great Smoky, Bald and Unicoi mountains—all of which can be explored for most outdoor exploits you can think of. You also have the Appalachian Valley, which consists of sweeping hills, ridges, and rich Tennessee farmland. There are also a handful of rivers which weave through the landscape, including the Mississippi, Cumberland, and Tennessee.