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1. East Tennessee - Great Smoky Mountains
2. Knoxville - Knox County
4. Nashville - Davidson
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Dog Friendly Accommodations Statewide Tennessee
- Dog Friendly Directory, Tennessee Listings
"Our staff of pet owners and pet lovers developed the Dog Friendly Directory in an effort to provide a place to find the best dog friendly accommodations available."
Dog Friendly Attractions Statewide Tennessee
- Tennessee Vacation
Online and Snail Mail Catalog of vacation destinations.
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No matter what time of year you travel here, Tennessee's mild weather offers a comfortable environment for you to enjoy the state. Spring blooms with wildflowers and dogwoods. Summer displays an ideal climate for playing outside. Colorful leaves and cool breezes are delightful occurrences in autumn. And our wintry weather delivers quiet surroundings with occasional dustings of snow.
The state is divided geographically as well as legally into three regions, the state's Grand Divisions: East, Middle and West. Each region of the state furnishes a unique variety of geography.
West Tennesseeis the most geographically defined of the three regions bordered by the Mississippi River on the west and the Tennessee River on the east with an abundance of smaller rivers and lakes in between. Middle Tennesseehas a little more height with rolling hills and smaller streams. Dome-like geography, the Nashville Basin, surrounds the state's capital Nashville with steep slopes and ridges called the Highland Rim. Moving into the Eastern Time Zone,East Tennesseeoffers a mountainous region including the Great Smoky Mountains. The Tennessee River makes its way back into this portion of the state after running through the West, dipping down into Alabama and coming back into East Tennessee. Visit our road tools section for information on making your rounds in all of Tennessee.
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