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Fall Creek Falls State Park

Fall Creek Falls State Park, Tennessee

Ask anyone in Nashville their favorite spot to play outside of Music City and you’re sure to hear “Fall Creek Falls,” over and over. With 26,000 acres to explore and some pretty epic scenery, it’s Read more...

Ask anyone in Nashville their favorite spot to play outside of Music City and you’re sure to hear “Fall Creek Falls,” over and over. With 26,000 acres to explore and some pretty epic scenery, it’s easy to see why this is Tennessee's most visited state park. You aren’t just getting the dramatic 256-foot Fall Creek Falls here either; there’s also Piney Falls, Cane Creek Falls, and Cane Creek Cascades. With more than 34 miles of trails, you can head out for a day hike or bike and then back to camp—or pick up a permit for a backcountry, overnight adventure.

The sunrises over the Cumberland Plateau are sick, though you may want to catch that view from the park's zipline! Guided trail rides are offered, as well as educational programs at the Nature Center. You won’t even feel like you’re roughing it at one of the many campgrounds or cabins; there’s even several swimming pools and a golf course. With awe-inspiring nature AND glamp-worthy amenities, Fall Creek Falls will show you what southern hospitality is all about!

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