Governor’s Report: tourism by the numbers III

This is the last call on stats from the 2007-2008 Governor’s Conference Report issued by the Tennessee Department of Tourism Development. I promise.

Top 10 Tennessee Attractions

These numbers come from the attractions themselves and have not been verified. Two big players–Graceland and the Nashville Motor Speedway–got uppity and didn’t report anything.

1. Dollywood

2. Bristol Motor Speedway

3. Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies in Gatlinburg

4. Memphis Zoo

5. Ober Gatlinburg

6. Grand Ole Opry House and Opry Museum

7. Tennessee Aquarium

8. Casey Jones Village in Jackson–this is the only one on this list with free admission

9. Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurrican Mills

10. Memphis Motorsports Park

Top 10 National Battlefields, Parks, and Recreation Areas

1. Great Smoky Mountains National Park

2. Cherokee National Forest near Cleveland

3. Land Between the Lakes

4. Ocoee River

5. Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park

6. Cumberland Gap National Historical Park

7. South Cumberland Recreation Area near Monteagle

8. Fort Donelson National Military Park near Dover

9. Big South Fork

10. Shiloh National Military Park

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One Response to Governor’s Report: tourism by the numbers III

  1. Susan says:

    Glad to do our part, we have been to 5 out of each list, and just this morning booked reservations to camp in the Smokies for this weekend. Tennessee has a lot to offer, and 9 out of 10 of our trips are to your great state! – susan from georgia

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