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Standing Stone State Park

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Standing Stone State Park, Tennessee

Standing Stone State Park is typical Tennessee; lush, green and friendly. Here you can explore over eight miles of trails filled with wildflowers and towering pines; the air on the Cumberland Plateau Read more...
Standing Stone State Park is typical Tennessee; lush, green and friendly. Here you can explore over eight miles of trails filled with wildflowers and towering pines; the air on the Cumberland Plateau is always fresh so breath in deep! Kelly Lake provides ample fishing while Standing Stone Lake is perfect for those who want to paddle out in their canoe. Named after a giant standing stone that used to divide two tribes, now you can find togetherness in the park with your pals and new friends alike at the pool, in the campgrounds or check out the parks famous National Rolley Hole Marble Tournament. Just like this unique event you’ll find plenty of unusual and beautiful adventures to be had at Standing Stone.
Standing Stone Campground
Christine
Christine: Dogs are allowed leashed in the campground. However, dogs are not allowed inside the pool area.
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