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Tennessee

Tennessee is divided into three regions and each region is known for its distinctive musical heritage: Bluegrass (Eastern), Country-Western (Central), and Blues (Western).

Middle Tennessee is the State's most prosperous area, with cities such as Nashville, against a backdrop of rolling hills. "Land and real estate here in Middle Tennessee is selling and bringing good prices. We are very blessed to be in this part of the country where growth is still happening and people want to live here," says Tad Craig with Craig and Wheeler Realty in Shelbyville. "We were just solid and steady."

Western Tennessee is bordered by the Mississippi River, which is generally considered the extreme northern boundary of Mississippi Delta cultural influence. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a World Heritage Biosphere Reserve and draws millions of visitors from around the region and the world annually. Covering nearly 1,000 square miles, it is home to temperate rainforests and some of the rarest and most unique plant life in North America.

Water Bodies

  • Bald River
  • Barren Fork River
  • Beech Lake
  • Beech River
  • Big Fork Creek
  • Big Sandy River
  • Big South Fork River
  • Birdsong Lake
  • Blood River
  • Boone Lake
  • Boone Lake
  • Buffalo River
  • Calf Killer River
  • Calfkiller River
  • Campbell Cove Lake
  • Candlewood Lake
  • Caney Fork
  • Caney Fork River
  • Canterbury Lake
  • Carroll County Lake
  • Center Hill Lake
  • Cherokee Lake
  • Cherokee Reservoir
  • Chickamauga Lake
  • City Lake
  • Clarks River
  • Clear Fork
  • Clear Fork River
  • Clinch River
  • Coleman Lake
  • Collins River
  • Conasauga Creek
  • Cordell Hull Lake
  • Coro Lake
  • Crosby Creek
  • Cumberland River
  • Dale Hollow Lake
  • Dale Hollow Reservoir
  • Doe CreekLake
  • Doe River
  • Dogwood Lake
  • Douglas Lake
  • Duck River
  • Dunns Creek
  • Elk River
  • Emory River
  • Falling Water River
  • Forked Deer River
  • Fort Loudon Lake
  • Frank Lake
  • French Broad River- Cocke County
  • French Broad River- Grainger County
  • French Broad River- Jefferson County
  • French Broad River- Sevier County
  • Grand Valley Lake
  • Great Falls Lake
  • Green River
  • Harpeth River
  • Harpeth Shoals
  • Hatchie River
  • Hiwassee River
  • Holiday Lakes
  • Holston River
  • Indian Lake
  • Indian Rock Lake
  • Kentucky Lake
  • Kirkstone Lake
  • Lake Barkley
  • Lake Caney Fork
  • Lake Catherine
  • Lake Chickamauga
  • Lake Dartmoor
  • Lake Logan
  • Lake Pomeroy
  • Lake Sherwood
  • Lake Tahoo
  • Lake Tansi
  • Lakewood Lake
  • Laurel Mountain Lake
  • Lincoln Lake
  • Linger Lake
  • Little Buffalo River
  • Little Doe River
  • Little Duck River
  • Little Emory River
  • Little Harpeth River
  • Little Obed River
  • Little Pigeon River
  • Little River
  • Little Sequatchie River
  • Loosahatchie River
  • Melton Hill Lake
  • Mohawk Lake
  • New River
  • Nick-a-Jack Lake
  • Nine Mile Creek
  • Normandy Lake
  • Norris Lake
  • North River
  • Obed River
  • Obey River
  • Obion River
  • Ocoee River
  • Old Hickory Lake
  • Otter Creek
  • Ozone Lake
  • Parksville Lake / Lake Ocoee
  • Patrick Henry Lake
  • Percy Priest Lake
  • Pickwick Lake
  • Pigeon River
  • Pine Lake
  • Piney River
  • Poor Valley Creek
  • Powell River
  • Radnor Lake
  • Red River
  • Reelfoot Lake
  • Roaring Fork Creek
  • Roaring River
  • Rocky River
  • Rogers Springs Lake
  • Saint George Lake
  • Sardis Lake
  • Sequatchie River
  • Shortsfoot Pond
  • Soddy Lake
  • South Holston Lake
  • Spain Lake
  • Stevens Lake
  • Stones River
  • Tellico Lake
  • Tellico River
  • Tennessee River
  • Tims Ford Lake
  • Twin Lakes Number One Lake
  • Waldens Creek
  • Watauga Lake
  • Watts Bar Lake
  • Whispering Winds Lake
  • White Creek
  • Wolf River
  • Wonder Lake
  • Woodrun Lake

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