Tennessee September 04, 2015
You’ll Never Forget A Trip To These 10 Waterfront Spots In Tennessee
There’s something magic about the water, something mystical and exciting the about the depth and mysticism of the whole thing. Tennessee has some beautiful waterfront spots, perfect for the end of your summer. Where would YOU go??
10) Dale Hollow Reservoir
Located on the Kentucky/Tennessee border, this state park is wildly popular amongst the natives.
9) Foster Falls
South Cumberland State Park is home to Foster Falls, lying at the end of an easy hike.
8) Narrows of Harpeth
This neat spot is perfect for kayaking, as you can tell above, and lies 45 minutes from Nashville.
7) Ozone Falls
Worth the hike. Worth the memories. Worth EVERYTHING.
6) Reelfoot Lake
Did you know Reelfoot Lake was formed after the New Madrid earthquakes? It's real. Look it up.
5) Sinks on the Little River
Great spot for families and people looking for a quiet, sweet adventure. But an adventure nonetheless.
4) Twin Falls at Rock Island
Your camera is going to be SOLIDLY working overtime, here.
3) Burgess Falls
One of the most popular waterfalls in Tennessee, Burgess Falls will take your breath away.
2) Fall Creek Falls
It takes a hike, but you won't regret it.
1) Cummins Falls
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