Tennessee Hotel Reservations
Fall Creek Falls State Park
The highest free-fall waterfall east of the Mississippi River, Fall Creek Falls lends its name to Tennessee's most visited state park. The park is set near cities like Dayton, Mcminnville, and Cookeville.
More than 26,000 acres stretched out over the Cumberland Plateau await visitors of all dispositions. Hikers, horseback riders, and bikers can choose from miles of trails to reach overlooks of centrally-located Cane Creek and Falls Creek.
Bird watchers can sneak a peek at buzzard hawks and various songbirds while anglers can catch bass, catfish, and bluegill at Fall Creek Lake. A challenging 18-hole golf course among dense forests rewards golf enthusiasts, while mountain bikers embrace 24 miles of rolling trails.
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