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Cut Your Own Christmas Tree for Five Dollars ($5)

Get a $5 Christmas Tree

I learned something new; you can get a permit to cut down your own Christmas tree in select national forests. Not only do you get a wonderful family experience, you are increasing the health of the forest by thinning out densely populated stands of small-diameter trees. Find the Closest Participating National Forest First, find the …

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25 Things to do on Fall Break in Nashville & Middle Tennessee

Things to do on Fall Break in Nashville

It’s that time of year again. Fall Break – that glorious mini vacation from school in October. Maybe your break is three days. Maybe it’s two weeks. Or perhaps you have a full time job and only have a few fall weekends available for fun. No matter your circumstance, here’s a few ideas. Beat Fall Break …

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2020 Guide to Farmers Markets in Nashville

202 Nashville Area Farmers Markets

Summer brings fresh produce to Nashville and the arrival of weekly Farmers Markets all over Nashville and Middle Tennessee.  (Cheatham, Davidson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson). Want to pick your own produce instead? We have an up-to-date list of farms in Middle Tennessee to go picking too! Many markets have added online pre ordering and other …

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Beaches in Nashville and Middle Tennessee

Beaches in Nashville and Middle Tennessee

The wait is finally over! The US Army Corps of Engineers has announced that some of our favorite beaches will reopen to the public on June 12, 2020. Nothing says “Summer Fun” quite like the feeling of sand between your toes. We may be miles away from the ocean but there are still lots of …

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