Scenic Secrets on Tennessee Trails & Byways

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TN Trails and Byways

You can discover a lot venturing off the beaten path, and the Discover Tennessee Trails & Byways make it a little easier to find these hidden gems. Just look for the brown signs.

On the Top Secret Trail, the town of Wartburg is a gateway to many outdoor offerings. Located on the Cumberland Plateau’s eastern edge, it’s home to the Obed Wild & Scenic River and Frozen Head State Park, and the only town through which the Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail passes. A work in progress, the Cumberland Trail will span 300 miles when completed, running from the Kentucky border to Signal Point near Chattanooga. Tennessee’s first linear state park, Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park, follows the trail.

Stop by the Morgan County Chamber of Commerce/Visitors Center to find out the best spots in the area for hiking, camping and fishing. For more information, visit morgancountychamber.com or call (423) 346-5740.

2 Comments

  1. Carol Massey

    August 20, 2016 at 10:21 pm

    Would love to win a variety of gift items from trails throughout the state. I love The Tennessee Home & Farm Magazine.

  2. Betty Mcmahan

    August 21, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    Would love to visit that area!

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