Tennessee State Parks has begun offering gift cards for purchase at all 56 parks and Kroger grocery stores throughout the state, according to a report by Brentwood.

“While entry to all of our state parks is always free, we encourage visitors to explore the many amenities our parks offer,” said Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Deputy Commissioner Brock Hill. “With a gift card for you or a loved one, you can stay in a cozy cabin on Roan Mountain, cruise around Chickamauga Lake, or hit the links on one of our nine golf courses.”

Gift card denominations range from $20-$500. They’re available for purchase now at all Tennessee Kroger stores and Tennessee State Parks. They will be for sale on Amazon.com and GiftCardMall.com in December 2017.

The cards are redeemable for park merchandise and experiences, including lodging at campgrounds, cabins and inns; golfing; restaurants; marinas; gift shop items; and vacation tours. The state park system features 36 campgrounds, 40 gift shops, 21 parks with cabins, nine golf courses, six inns, eight restaurants and three marinas.

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