Miles and miles of roads and trails less traveled await you Tennessee’s state parks. Let the variety of landscapes and activities amaze you.
Peek from the peaks at House Mountain State Natural Area, known for its huge sandstone boulders, its wide variety of bird and plant life, and for spectacular views from its two peaks. Study Big Cypress Tree State Park, the bottomland hardwood and bald cypress forest that occur along old river meanders and the channelized Middle Fork of the Obion River. Witness the powerful 136-foot cataract waterfall and the steep gorge cut by rapids in Burgess Falls State Natural Area.
Over eighty miles of navigable water for paddlers to ply await you at Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. And, shake hands with names like Wolf River, Stinging Fork, Savage Gulf and Buzzard Point, all places where you can while away a day or a week, enjoying the refreshing Tennessee outdoors.