The latest addition to the Tennessee state park system is about 1 1/2 inches wide and 2 1/2 inches long.
According to the Knox News, it’s not the world’s smallest state park but a gift card that park officials hope will be a hit this holiday season.
Tennessee’s state parks offer free admission, but the card can be put to many uses including lodging and camping, as well as fees for courses and seminars that state parks offer.
“We are the first state park system to offer gift cards,” said Brock Hill, deputy director for Parks and Conservation.
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