Tennessee parks are arranged alphabetically.
Pigeon Forge (in the Smoky Mountains, near Knoxville)
Major theme park celebrating country music, Smoky Mountain culture, and Dolly Parton with a lot of fun coasters and rides. Adjacent water park
Small park in the Smokie Mountains includes a handful of kiddie rides, a few thrill rides, and a long chair lift.
The small, traditional amusement park, known as "Lake Winnie" to the locals, is physically located in Georgia on the state line. The park advertises itself as being in Chattanooga, however.
The traditional amusement park, which included Elvis' favorite ride, the Zippin Pippin wood coaster, closed in 2005. (The Zippin Pippin was relocated to Bay Beach, a park in Wisconsin.)
In the winter, it's a ski resort. In the warmer weather, it's an "amusement park," although only in a liberal interpretation of the concept. Ride the aerial tramway (the country's largest!), careen down the Alpine slide, and get wet on the two water coasters.