The Cumberland Trail can be accessed from the following state parks and state natural areas: Cove Lake State Park, Frozen Head State Park and Natural Area, Ozone Falls State Natural Area, Piney Falls State Natural Area, Piney Creek State Natural Area, Laurel-Snow State Natural Area, Stinging Fork Falls State Natural Area, North Chickamauga Creek Gorge State Natural Area.
The Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park, the state's only linear park, runs 300 miles, cutting through 11 Tennessee counties from the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park on the Tennessee-Virginia-Kentucky border, to the Signal Point near Chattanooga.
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