Tennessee Car Rentals
Experience Tennessee in one of our rental cars.
Tennessee is the perfect location for your next family vacation. Grab a Tennessee rental car and take a tour through the beautiful Volunteer State. From the laid-back local culture to the rich history, Tennessee is a place you'll never forget. Whether you want to explore the natural wonders of the Lost Sea, Reelfoot or the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or delight in Southern-style shopping, this destination has the best of both worlds right at your fingertips.
Make your first stop Memphis in the Tennessee rental car
If you've got Memphis on your mind, this city is a perfect place to make a pit stop in a Memphis rental car. Memphis is a vibrant city with great food, harmonious music and lots of local attractions for you and the family to enjoy. Start downtown at the Center for Southern Folklore, where you and the kids can learn a bit more about the culture of the South and Tennessee's history in an interactive way. Next, make your way to Graceland, the former home of rock-n-roller Elvis. End the trip to Memphis walking around Beale Street, the place where blues was born, and where many famous musicians - including B.B. King, Alberta Hunter and Isaac Hayes - got their start.
Second stop in the Tennessee rental car: Nashville
Home to the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame, this city is a perfect place for country lovers to tour in a Nashville rental car. Take the family to explore some other historical options as well, like the Belle Meade Plantation and The Hermitage, a Greek revival mansion. If you want to listen to some awesome music after a day on the town, take the whole family to the "World Famous" Tootsie's Orchid Lounge to listen to some familiar faces as well as up-and-comers in the music industry. You'll have a great time finishing off this part of the vacation in the country music capital of the world!
Last stop: Knoxville
Take the Tennessee rental car to the final stop on your vacation. Knoxville may be small, but it has a lot to offer tourists and locals alike. Take the family to The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame and the nearby James White Fort to learn about the history of Knoxville's founding family. For some outdoor fun, head to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park for a fun-filled adventure surrounded by nature. If you want to take a romantic lunch date without the kids, try Cafe 4. It's a hip spot with Southern cuisine and al fresco dining.