May 25 2012 NASHVILLE, Tenn.

In commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of Tennessee State Parks, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation launched an innovative new microsite at

Established in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development, the microsite displays Tennessee State Parks' rich heritage and showcases the many outdoor adventures awaiting state park visitors through rich media and dynamic content.

The microsite highlights a wide range of richly-illustrated content that can be used as a tool to plan a visit to one of Tennessee's 54 state parks. Paying tribute to Tennessee State Parks' 75th Anniversary, the microsite also includes an interactive historical timeline. Additional details about Tennessee State Parks' microsite include: 

•·       Plan Your Visit - An interactive trip-planning tool, which includes a "filter by" feature. With just a few clicks, visitors can plan a trip based on their favorite activity or feature.

•·       Timeline - Time travel through history and explore Tennessee State Parks' interactive timeline that stretches all the way back to the beginning of the state parks' system to the most current events.  Designed to reveal stories about Tennessee, the timeline explains how the state's rich history relates directly to your life.

•·       Share Your Memories Contest - Have a favorite Tennessee State Park memory or photo? Dig up those old photos, depicting either recent trips or trips from yesteryear, and share it with Tennessee State Parks on Facebook for a chance to win a one-night stay at any Tennessee State Park Inn or dinner for two at any state park restaurant.

•·       Junior Ranger Game - Do you have what it takes to be a Tennessee State Parks Jr. Ranger? Test your knowledge of Tennessee's Flora and Fauna.

•·       Events - Listing for upcoming 75th Anniversary events at Tennessee State Parks.

•·       Coming Soon - An online store featuring 75th Anniversary merchandise.  

The new Tennessee State Parks 75th Anniversary microsite was developed by Tourist Development's web development partner, Designsensory of Knoxville.  The microsite was funded through proceeds from Tennessee State Parks' vendor agreement with Pepsi Beverages Company. 

Tennessee's 54 state parks and 82 state natural areas offer diverse natural, recreational and cultural experiences for individuals, families or business and professional groups.  State park features range from pristine natural areas to 18-hole championship golf courses.  For a free brochure about Tennessee State Parks, call toll free at 1-888-867-2757. For upcoming events in connection with the 75th Anniversary of Tennessee State Parks, please visit the state parks website at

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