Hang Out in Morgan County, Tennessee

START with some history at HISTORIC BRUSHY MOUNTAIN PRISON which was the last place you wanted to be sent to. Known as the “End of the Line,” Brushy was a maximum-security prison that held evil men who committed heartless crimes with little remorse. Have a taste of the End of the Line Moonshine distilled at the prison, while enjoying a wonderful meal at the Warden’s Table.

NEXT HEAD OUT to FROZEN HEAD STATE PARK and check out the Waterfalls in the area and the Ranger led Events they have all year long, including a Big Foot event. TAKE A HIKE at the OBED WILD AND SCENIC RIVER which has high bluffs, sculpted cliffs, and lush forested slopes that creep to the edge of the river, which can be placid in summer and torrential in winter and spring.

A PHOTO OP is the .5 mile walk to the LILLY BLUFF OVERLOOK for the entire family to enjoy.

WARTBURG,TN See the Court House was built in 1904 and the tower houses a 900-pound bell, four sided clock with four-foot hands. The only other clock of its kind resides in the Smithsonian. The Obed has been designated as an INTERNATIONAL DARK SKY PARK, check Nemo Bridge for that sky view.

FIND MORE HISTORY near the Big South Fork National Park where lies Historic Rugby, Tennessee; an 1880’s Victorian British-founded village whose Utopian dream of a better life in America has never quite died.

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Take a trip on Nevada’s Free-Range Art Highway

Even in a state packed with art, US-95 between Las Vegas and Reno stands out with stuff that’s just plain “far out” in more ways than one.

From neighborhoods coated in colorful murals and galleries filled with all manner of media, to kinetic public sculptures our kids (OK, and plenty of us adults) can’t wait to climb on and massive oddball objects rising from the desert floor… Take this road trip and you’ll discover eye-catching, camera-hogging art adding an exciting layer of flavor to urban districts, small towns, and wide-open spaces alike.

So if an abstract adventure is what your “palate” craves, then hop on US-95 and come get face-to-face with some of the most unique, unrestrained—or as we like to say, “free-range” art—you may ever encounter. All you need is to know where to look.

Download your #FreeRangeArtHighway itinerary and go all-in on far out!