“Take a perfect vacation to Fall Creek Falls”
Fall Creek Falls State Park features several different lodging options. There is a well-appointed 145-room inn, as well as cabins and campsites. There are 20 two-bedroom/one-bath cabins, and 10 three-bedroom/two-bath cabins, each furnished to sleep 8-10 people. All are equipped with full kitchen, linens, microwave, telephone and even cable TV. Each also has a fireplace with provided firewood from October to April. The 10 fishermen cabins are two story cabins located on Fall Creek Lake itself, and guests may enjoy sunbathing, cooking and fishing from their private porches on the lake. There is one pet-friendly cabin, and all service animals are allowed. There is a minimum two-night stay, except during summer, when there is a one-week minimum. There are 222 campsites in five different areas at Fall Creek Falls. All sites have tables, grills, water, electricity, and access to six bathhouses. 92 sites have sewer connections, and some accommodate RVs up to 45 feet in length. There are also 16 primitive sites (9 walk in, 7 park on). There are 3 back-country sites accessible by backpackers, and most campgrounds are accessible to guests with disabilities.
Fantastic hiking for waterfall lovers in TN. Cane Creek Falls is the standout to me, beyond Piney or Fall Creek Falls. Definitely do the cable trail to the base of Cane Creek, but be warned - it is VERY steep and intense!
There are actually lots of waterfalls here, including the utterly massive Fall Creek Falls. You can do a lot of swimming here, so bring a towel, a bathing suit, and water shoes. The hike down was really steep, but doable for me, and I'm a total couch potato.
Falls Creek Falls holds a special place in my heart, being my family has been going here for our family reunions for over 30 years. It's got tons to do, like swimming, hiking, fishing, golfing and just general natural bliss. If you visit I highly suggest going to the Cascade Falls, it's the best for swimming and general recreation, and there's a cool rope bridge that crosses over!
One of our favorites. Nice golf course in the park. Excellent campgrounds and lodge with restaurant. Close to Chattanooga and the tourist attractions there, including a wonderful aquarium. Short drive de to Burgess Falls and Rock Island State Parks, which both have magnificent waterfalls. The model railroader's display in nearby Cookeville is well worth a stop. Free, but worth a donation.
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