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Burgess Falls State Park

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Hope
Hope
October 03, 2019
136' This day-use park is noted for its natural beauty and four waterfalls that cascade down from over 250 feet in elevation. The last of these falls is the most spectacular, plunging more than 136' into the gorge.
John & Elisabeth
John & Elisabeth
June 08, 2019
Another awesome waterfall that's totally worth a waterfall day trip with nearby Cummins Falls.
Debi
Debi
December 14, 2018
Easy hike. Beautiful falls.
Gretchen
Gretchen
October 28, 2018
If you love water falls, this place is a must. Some of the water is close enough to the parking lot that most people can walk to it. I would say its the most accessible with alot of level shady paths. Good areas to bring a picnic. Not very far from us. Check with the park website, one of the…
Kellie
Kellie
October 03, 2018
Stunning Waterfalls

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Almenningsgarður
“256' Fall Creek Falls State Park is home to one of the tallest waterfalls in the Eastern United States. While the volume of water varies based on the time of year and the amount of rainfall, this 256’ waterfall is one of the most spectacular sites in Tennessee. The fall is visible from an overlook adjacent to a parking lot. There is also a difficult trail descending approximately ½- mile to the base of the falls. THIS IS THE BEST EXPERIENCE THOUGH. Hike down and enjoy the falls. Fall Creek Falls State Park is the most visited and well-known park in the state and this waterfall is one of the main reasons. (Note: The water volume varies based on the time of year. The picture above is from the winter months. ”
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Ölgerð
“Go on a Saturday and take a tour of the Brewing Company! (call first) Great story that the two brothers have of how they got started in their adventure to make beer! Beer is wonderful too!!”
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Almenningsgarður
“Rock Island State Park is an 883 acre park located on the headwaters of Center Hill Lake at the confluence of the Caney Fork, Collins and Rocky Rivers. The rugged beauty of the park includes the Caney Fork Gorge below Great Falls Dam. These overlooks are some of the most scenic and significant along the Eastern Highland Rim. Great Falls is a 30 foot horseshoe cascading waterfall. ”
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Kaffihús
“An adorable, relaxing place you must visit if you love coffee. In house roasted coffee, teas & specialty drinks. Also pastries, breakfast sandwiches, lunch items & desserts. All in historic downtown Sparta.”
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“110' This natural area, located in White County, is the home of 110’ Virgin Falls. An underground stream emerges from a cave and then plummets 110’ over the side of a cliff before disappearing again into another cave at the bottom of the sink. Doesn’t that sound like something you need to see for yourself? Before you visit, please read up on the rules and the hike. One of the main rules is that the caves are closed. This is to protect the resident bats from white nose syndrome. The hike into the falls is around nine miles roundtrip and is a strenuous route. Make sure to start this trek early enough to give yourself time to get out and back before dark. (Photo Credit: @truss84)”
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Staðsetning
4000 Burgess Falls Drive
Sparta, Tennessee 38583
Sími+1 931-432-5312
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