Tennessee February 22, 2016
The Ultimate Middle Tennessee Waterfalls Road Trip Is Right Here – And You’ll Want To Do It
Do you have a free Saturday coming up? Is spring calling your name, the beauty of the greenery and fresh flowers the only hope cracking through the winter chill? Well, you lucky Middle Tennesseans - we have quite the treat for you. A road trip absolutely perfect for spring or summer or the burning depths of autumn that circles five of Ol' Rocky Top's gorgeous waterfalls. Time to fill up the gas tank...
Located on the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River, Cummins Falls is one of the most popular day trips for Nashvillians, coaxing suburban families and camera toting hipsters alike out into the wilderness on summer afternoons.
Putnam County has the ability to boast in Burgess Falls, a cascading wall of water that puts rural Tennessee on the map. Burgess Falls state park is only open during the daytime, so check hours! Plus? There are a total of FOUR falls in the park.
Located in the Ozone Falls State Natural Area, you're going to have to go on a bit of a hike to find this stunner. The 43-acre natural area is a beautiful spot for you and your family to get away from it all.
Fall Creek Falls
Famous for appearances in feature films and wildly popular amongst Tennesseans, this state park is on of the most visited during the nicer months. It straddles both Van Buren and White counties.
Just. Look. AT THIS PICTURE. You really can't beat Tennessee, but during autumn? Well, then you REALLY can't beat Tennessee. Twin Falls
is not actually a natural waterfall, but was instead created as a byproduct after construction of the dam on the Caney Fork River. Doesn't mean it can't be stunning as all get out, though!
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