The Stone Door Entrance is accessed via Highway 56 in Beersheba Springs. Turn on Stone Door Road and proceed straight to the area's entrance. This natural area is a part of the South Cumberland Recreation Area. The Savage Gulf entrance and ranger station is located halfway along Highway 399 between Cagle and Gruetli-Laager.
Savage Gulf, a 15,590-acre natural area, is carved into the western edge of the Cumberland Plateau in Grundy and Sequatchie Counties. The sheer sandstone cliffs and canyons make it one of Tennessee's most rugged and scenic areas.
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Four parking areas, over 50 miles of hiking trails, backcountry camping, and picnic areas are available.
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