Swim At The Bottom Of A Tiered Waterfall After The 1-Mile Hike To Cummins Falls In Tennessee

There’s nothing that says “Tennessee” more than a hike to a gushing, wild, stony waterfall. The state has a ream of limestone that runs beneath the surface – hence the “Ol’ Rocky Top” moniker – and its drastic cutaways and crevices have created stunning waterways throughout the state. One such beautiful natural feature is found at Cummins Falls, a locally lauded waterfall that requires a small hiking investment and promises a whole lot of beauty and fun. Learn all about it below, and perhaps plan a trip for yourself!

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You can learn more about the hike to Cummins Falls right here.

If you’re looking for more fun and adventure, check out this historic park in the heart of the Volunteer State.

Address: Cummins Falls State Park, 390 Cummins Falls Ln, Cookeville, TN 38501, USA