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The state of Tennessee, also known as the Volunteer state, has really stepped up and set the mark high in regards to understanding the dog traveler.  From beautiful hikes and low key camping to site seeing and experiencing the cities, Tennesse has much to offer those who travel with their dog.  Tennessee spans approximately 500 miles from east to west and offers a diverse experience in it's three main regions; east, central, and west.  East Tennessee is famous for the Smoky Mountains and the Great Smoky Mouuntain National Park.   Millions of people travel to the Great Smoky Mountains each year to enjoy the park and the shopping of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.  Central Tennessee is the home of country music and the states capital Nashville.  Not only is Nashville known for music, but many history buffs will find the civil war sites of Nashville and Franklin are a must see.   Finally, west Tennessee is home of the Memphis blues and Elvis Presley.   All parts of the state offer a varity of experiences and a distinct change in terrain.  From the mountains of east Tennessee, to the rolling hills of middle Tennessee, to the farmlands and marshlands of west Tennessee, the state is very unique and interesting.




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