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Old 01-22-2013, 07:27 PM   #1
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I'm starting to plan our annual summer family vacation and this year we are thinking about a trip up from Florida to Tennessee and southern Kentucky. I'm definitely open to suggestions and places to stay up there.

We have 12-14 days available so we are thinking we can take two days to get up there, then spend 2-3 nights in the areas recommended.

My thoughts are to do some hiking, horse back riding, white water rafting, visit a cave or two, and anything else three kids (13, 11 and 9) would enjoy. I value the suggestions the community has provided for our past trips so I can't wait to hear about that hidden piece of paradise someone has visited.
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Well, you could make part of your trip to Cave City, KY and visit Mammoth Cave. This place is a pretty big tourist trap area, lots to do. Visit Mammoth Cave Canoe and Kayak for kayak/canoeing on the Green River. Owned by good friends of mine Becky and Larry. Tell them I sent you. Their son owns a really nice zipline business there. There are a lot of campgrounds in the area. For the kids, there's a Jellystone right there in Cave City.

Another good place in Kentucky/Tennessee is the Land Between the Lakes area in Western Kentucky. Lots of nature trails, lakes, hiking and camping. Beautiful area also.
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There's a wealth of things to do in the Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Sevierville area of TN. Great Smoky Mtns NP, Dollywood, Cades Cove & dozens of other attractions. Way more than 2-3 nights worth, but if you narrow down what you want to do, you can take in a few highlights.

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