Fall Creek Falls State Park

The Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee is a place of green rolling hills, rich history, and some of the prettiest natural features in the state. Situated between Nashville and Knoxville, the area offers something for everyone. Waterfalls, historic battlefields, antique shopping, excellent hiking and nature watching are just some of the ways to have fun here. With this terrain, golf is a natural. Several beautiful lakes add their shimmer to this all-year family destination.
  • Cumberland Mountain State Park lets you enjoy over 1,400 acres of scenic hiking and recreational activities. 

  • Fall Creek Falls State Park has cascading waters that splash majestically into a shaded pool. Eight hiking trails let you see nature's best up close.

  • The carefully restored buildings of Historic Rugby show life in an 1880s British/American community.

  • The American Museum of Science and Energy has free, self-guided tours and exhibits tracing the history of atomic energy.

  • Critically acclaimed historic productions are presented at the respected Cumberland County Playhouse.

  • Gatlinburg offers thousand of amusement rides, exhibits, mountain crafts, restaurants and other family attractions.

  • The scenery, music and old-time crafts are great at Dolly Parton's Dollywood, located in Pigeon Forge.

  • The capital city of Nashville is home to the world-famous Grand Ole Opry. The city is also rich in history and fine arts.

  • Knoxville has over a dozen museums, a symphony, Zoological Park, University of Tennessee theaters, outstanding restaurants, nightclubs and shopping.