Quality of Life in TN

Tennessee provides natural beauty, a mild climate, urban conveniences and rural peacefulness. With low living costs and quality healthcare, Tennessee is a great state to call home.

Tennessee is an orange–pink sunset, spied atop Clingman’s Dome or Mt. LeConte. It’s the stuff of legends, when the Mississippi ran backwards, and Reelfoot Lake was formed. It’s the birthplace of country music. Home to founders and pioneers of soul, blues, gospel, rockabilly, and rock ‘n’ roll. And, the longest running live radio broadcast, the Grand Ole Opry. It’s the Volunteer State. Home to the most welcoming people you’ll ever meet.

Find out for yourself. Travel Tennessee. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the mighty Mississippi and the blue ribbon-like Tennessee River. It’s amusing—Dollywood, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Tennessee Aquarium, Jack Daniel’s, Graceland. A playground—Big South Fork, Cherokee National Forest, the Appalachian Trail, Natchez Trace, Mud Island.

The arresting beauty of our waterways and rolling hills, influenced by four mild but distinct seasons, will lead you to say I can’t believe my eyes, to stop for that impromptu picnic beside a gurgling stream, to trade your keys for a fly rod, a walking stick, a paddle.

It’s not just about our natural resources. It’s about your resources, too. They’ll go further and last longer with our low cost of living and reasonable home values, without any state income tax or pension tax, with steady growth in communities you’ll be proud to call home.


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