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2015 Fall Fun Festivities

Grab your boots and your apple cider. Fall has arrived, y’all! I’m here again today to serve as your virtual tour guide through some local fall fun festivities happening during the months of September, October and November, mostly fall-like things and a few other random activity suggestions in between. If you’re looking for corn mazes, […]

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Celebrate Your Parks

Celebrate Your Parks in Farragut Sept. 27

The Town of Farragut will host Celebrate Your Parks – A National Public Lands Day Event – at Founders Park at Campbell Station (formerly Campbell Station Park) on Sunday, Sept. 27 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. This free event is sanctioned by National Public Lands Day (NPLD), the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer effort for public […]

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Apple Picking Fun with Recipes!

All photos in this post are courtesy of the lovely Kara Williams. Fall’s crisp air is a welcome change after the hot, humid summer we’ve had and it seems only appropriate to welcome this new season with some apple picking! Wouldn’t you agree that an excursion to a local orchard sounds like a great way […]

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2015 Knoxville Moms Blog List of Knoxville Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches

Knoxville Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches, Trick-or-Treating, Oh My! {2015}

Get excited, folks! Hints of fall are in the air as the nights are turning cooler, the stores are stocking their shelves with all things pumpkin, and the long-awaited PSL returns to your nearby Starbucks next week! (That’s the pumpkin spice latte for you non-coffee drinkers!) Knoxville and the surrounding areas make the remainder of […]

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The viewing trail, where you'll set up camp for the evening

The Elkmont Synchronous Fireflies: A Guide to Mother Nature’s Finest Performance

There are two kinds of people in this world – those who call them “fireflies” and those who know them only as “lightning bugs.” I grew up in East Tennessee and will always be a lightning bug girl, but because we have one of the most unique displays that Mother Nature has to offer right […]

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Knoxville Urban Wilderness

Knox Area Urban Wilderness

I love living in Knoxville because we are perfectly situated in a valley surrounded by the mountains and the great outdoors. We are within a short drive and day-trip away from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Big South Fork, Obed Wild and Scenic River, and the Hiwassee River Area (all full of camping, hiking, […]

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