You Can Chase Almost 10 Different Waterfalls At Old Stone Fort State Park In Tennessee

Most folks don’t know about the Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park in Tennessee, located right along the Little Duck River. With the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the east and the ever-famous Fall Creek Falls and Burgess Falls to visit, this oft-forgotten hidden gem tends to be one of the least trafficked state parks in the state. If you’re looking to break the monotony of the day-to-day while chasing waterfalls, then this beautiful natural hot spot is well worth your while. Learn all about it below!

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You can learn more about Old Stone Fort State Park with a visit to its official website.

Continue to experience all the natural fun and excitement in Tennessee with a cave tour at Cumberland Caverns! It’s a true Tennessee adventure that belongs on your bucket list. 

Address: 732 Stone Fort Dr, Manchester, TN 37355, USA