It might be hard to tell from its advertising at times, but Memphis is a lot more than Graceland tours and Elvis Presley shrines. This Tennessee treasure features plenty of good reasons to get out and about in nature. Head about 20 miles north on TN-388 to reach Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park. The park both borders the Mississippi River and allows access to Lake Piersol and Lake Poplar Tree. Fishing and boating on the water is the main draw here. Staying overnight? You'll find six cute vacation cabins and 49 RV-friendly campsites with full hookups here. Note that this is a fairly popular park, so call ahead to check availability. If you're looking for something a bit off the beaten path, try Dismals Canyon Conservatory. You'll have to cross the border into northwest Alabama on a three-hour drive, though. This beautiful national natural landmark makes a point of keeping its campsites widely spaced out and remote. None of the sites are directly accessible by car, so get your hiking boots on!