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Select your favorite State Park in Tennessee. Then click or call to reserve your favorite campsite or cabin — from rustic to deluxe. Reserve group picnic shelters and comfortable inn rooms at select locations.

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Big Cypress Tree

Big Cypress Tree State Park

Situated in northwestern Tennessee, Big Cypress Tree State Park is named for the country's largest bald cypress - and what was the largest tree east of the Mississippi River. Though the actual Big Cypress Tree was struck by lightning in 1976 at 1,350 years old, the park known for hiking, picnicking, and nature viewing.

Big Hill Pond

Big Hill Pond State Park

Big Hill Pond State Park is located in the southwestern part of McNairy County and encompasses 4,138 acres of timberland and hard wood bottomland. Online camping and picnic pavilion reservations are available.

Big Ridge

Big Ridge State Park

The heavily forested, 3,687-acre park is located in the Appalachian Ridge and Valley range, characterized by narrow ridges flanked by fertile stream valleys. Big Ridge State Park's topography is dominated by three ridge systems giving the area its beautiful lake and scenery.

Bledsoe Creek

Bledsoe Creek State Park

The park features 57 campsites. There are more than six miles of scenic hiking trails. The trails meander through the forest and along the lake shore of the park. One mile of these trails is paved making it accessible to persons with disabilities. The trails are open year round.

Booker T. Washington

Booker T Washington State Park

Situated on the shores of scenic Chickamauga Lake, not far from the city of Chattanooga, is the 353-acre Booker T. Washington State Park. Many visitors enjoy the phenomenal scenery through the challenging, yet rewarding, six-mile mountain biking trail.

Cedars of Lebanon

Cedars of Lebanon State Park

Cedars of Lebanon State Park is located in Wilson County and is part of the Cedars of Lebanon State Forest. Eight miles of hiking trails meander through the cedar forests and glades. There are four trails in the park where you may catch a glimpse of fox, deer, squirrel, rabbits and turkey throughout the park.

Chickasaw

Chickasaw State Park

The park is situated on some of the highest terrain in west Tennessee. Of the area's 14,384 acres of timberland, 1,280 acres are used for recreation. Chickasaw State Park offers various activities for visitors to embark on including more than four miles of easy to moderate hiking trails and bicycle friendly roads

Cove Lake

Cove Lake State Park

Cove Lake's 717 acres are situated in a beautiful mountain valley on the eastern edge of the Cumberland Plateau. Scenic nature trails lead through a diversity of wetlands and woodlands offering wildlife viewing for the nature enthusiast. A paved walking/bike trail provides easy access to all park facilities.

Cumberland Mountain

Cumberland Mountain State Park

The park is located around Byrd Lake, a man-made lake created by the impoundment of Byrd Creek in the 1930s. The park is set on the Cumberland Plateau and provides numerous recreational activities, including hiking, swimming, picnicking and interpretive programs.

David Crockett Birthplace

Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park

This 105-acre historic park just upstream from the falls of the scenic Nolichucky River is maintained as a memorial to David Crockett. This area includes a limestone marker and replica cabin, as well as visitor center exhibits. Nearby is the Cherokee National Forest and his father's Crockett Tavern Museum in Morristown.

David Crockett

David Crockett State Park

In addition to the paved bike trail, the park has more than six miles of hiking trails. The trails offer scenic vistas of Shoal Creek and Crockett Falls, limestone bluffs, abundant wildlife and serene forest. The Overlook Trail runs parallel to the Shoal Creek Trail.

Dunbar Cave

Dunbar Cave State Park

Dunbar Cave State Park is set on 110 acres in north-central Tennessee and is home to the eight-mile Dunbar Cave - one of the largest caves in Montgomery County. The park itself holds historical, natural, archaeological, and geological significance, and features recreational activities while hosting multiple community events in the large entrance to Dunbar Cave.

Edgar Evins

Edgar Evins State Park

Edgar Evins State Park is located on the shores of Center Hill Lake in the steep, hilly Eastern Highland Rim. The 6,000 acre park provides many recreational opportunities and accommodations on one of the most beautiful reservoirs in Tennessee.

Fall Creek Falls

Fall Creek Falls State Park

Fall Creek Falls State Park is Tennessee's largest and most visited state park. The park encompasses more than 26,000 acres laced with cascades, gorges, waterfalls, streams and lush stands of virgin hardwood timber.

Fort Loudoun

Fort Loudoun State Park

Fort Loudoun State Historic Park is 1,200-acres and is one of the earliest British fortifications on the western frontier, built in 1756. The fort was reconstructed during the Great Depression and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965.

Fort Pillow

Fort Pillow State Park

The 1,642 acre Fort Pillow is known for its well-preserved breastworks and reconstructed inner fort. The park's museum offers Civil War artifacts including a canon and interpretive displays relating to the history of Fort Pillow.

Frozen Head

Frozen Head State Park

Frozen Head State Park and Natural Area encompasses more than 24,000 acres of wilderness area and is named for a 3,324-foot peak in the Cumberland Mountains, the top of which is often shrouded in ice or snow in the winter months.

Harrison Bay

Harrison Bay State Park

Harrison Bay State Park is a 1,200 acre park with approximately 40 miles of Chickamauga Lake shoreline. This beautiful wooded park is a haven for campers, boaters and fishermen, as well as picnickers and other day-use visitors from Chattanooga and the surrounding tri-state area.

Henry Horton

Henry Horton State Park

The park offers several lodging options, including an inn, eight cabins, 56 RV campsites, 10 tent campsites, nine primitive campsites and three backcountry campsites. There are also three group campsites available. The inn features The Governor's Table Restaurant, open seven days a week.

Hiwassee/Ocoee

Hiwassee / Ocoee Scenic River State Park

A 23-river mile section, from the North Carolina to U.S. Hwy. 411 north of Benton, has been declared a Class III partially developed river. This stretch of river offers canoeing, rafting, fishing, hiking and nature photography.

Indian Mountain

Indian Mountain State Park

Indian Mountain State Park is a 200-acre park located in Campbell County near Tennessee's northern border. It serves as a living demonstration of how good environmental practices can reclaim wasteland and convert it to beneficial use. Visitors to the park are likely to see geese, ducks, beaver, blue heron and an occasional deer.

Long Hunter

Long Hunter State Park

The more than 20 miles of hiking trails provide a variety of terrain and range from pleasant strolls to longer jaunts for the more adventurous. Trails include a self-guided, paved arboretum trail and the five and a half-mile Volunteer Trail that follows the lake shore. The park also offers a reservable picnic shelter and lakeside backcountry camping sites.

Meeman-Shelby Forest

Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park

Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park is a 13,476-acre hardwood bottomland area bordering the mighty Mississippi River 13 miles north of Memphis featuring mature Bald Cypress and Tupelo swamp. Most of the facilities are on top of the majestic Chickasaw Bluffs that rise from the bottomlands and are covered with large oaks, American beech, hickory and sweet gum.

Montgomery Bell

Montgomery Bell State Park

There are many activities to try at the park. Most notably, are hiking, biking, golf and fishing. There are nearly 19 miles of trails throughout the park with one that follows the circumference of the park. The Par 72, 18-hole golf course is a local treasure.

Mousetail Landing

Mousetail Landing State Park

This 1,247-acre area is located on the east banks of the Tennessee River. The park has one day-use, three-mile trail. There is one overnight, eight-mile trail with two screened shelters. These back-country shelters have plywood bunks and each shelter sleeps eight people.

Natchez Trace

Natchez Trace State Park

The park has 13.5 miles of hiking trails that wind through the forest and fields and along the lake shores and streams of Natchez Park. Visitors also enjoy the museum that features local and park history, picnic facilities, camping, cabins and lodges, boating and the park's restaurant.

Nathan Bedford Forrest

Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park

Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park features eight cabins overlooking the Kentucky Lake. Six cabins offer two bedrooms with two full-size beds in each room and full baths. One cabin is accessible to persons with a disability and is equipped with three beds and two accessible bathrooms. There is also one rustic log cabin located on a secluded ridge overlooking Kentucky Lake.

Norris Dam

Norris Dam State Park

Located on the shores of Norris Lake with more than 800 miles of shoreline, Norris Dam State Park offers recreational boating, skiing, and fishing. The park offers a fully equipped marina with boat ramp available to the general public.

Old Stone Fort

Old Stone Fort State Park

State Archaeological Park
The main hiking trail follows the wall of Old Stone Fort which was used by the Native Americans as a ceremonial gathering place. The trail threads through dramatic scenery where you can see the original entrance of the fort which was designed to face the exact spot on the horizon where the sun rises during the summer solstice.

Panther Creek

Panther Creek State Park

Panther Creek State Park is a 1,435-acre park located on the Cherokee Reservoir in the historic Holston River Valley, six miles west of Morristown. The park has 17 different hiking trails covering more than 30 miles of terrain at all levels of difficulty.

Paris Landing

Paris Landing State Park

Paris Landing State Park is an 841 acre park located on the western shore of the Tennessee River, which is dammed to form Kentucky Lake (160,000 acres). The park sits on the widest part of the lake making it the perfect location for all water sports such as fishing, boating, swimming and waterskiing.

Pickett CCC Memorial

Pickett State Park

Pickett State Park lies within the 19,200-acre Pickett State Forest, and is adjacent to the massive 120,000 acre Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area.

Pickwick Landing

Pickwick Landing State Park

The park offers many activities for guests. Pickwick Lake is famous for smallmouth bass and Tennessee River Catfish. Fish that are known to bite year round are crappie, bluegill, white bass, stripes and sauger. Some of the biggest fishing tournaments are located here.

Pinson Mounds

Pinson Mounds State Park

State Archaeological Park
This park covers more than 1,200 acres and contains at least 15 Native American mounds. In addition to Sauls Mound the group includes Ozier Mound, the Twin Mounds and Mound 31.

Red Clay

Red Clay State Park

The park is home to a natural landmark, Blue Hole Spring, which arises from beneath a limestone ledge to form a deep pool that flows into Mill Creek, a tributary of the Conasauga and Coosa River system. The spring was used by the Cherokee for their water supply during council meetings.

Reelfoot Lake

Reelfoot Lake State Park

Reelfoot Lake State Park is located in the northwest corner of Tennessee and is noted for its fishing, boating and wildlife viewing. The 15,000 acre lake was created by a series of violent earthquakes in 1811-1812 that caused the Mississippi River to flow backwards for a short period of time, creating Reelfoot Lake.

Roan Mountain

Roan Mountain State Park

Located on TN Highway 143 at the base of the majestic 6,285-foot Roan Mountain, Roan Mountain State Park encompasses more than 2,000 acres dominated by rich hardwood forest along rugged ridges.

Rock Island

Rock Island State Park

Rock Island State Park is an 883 acre park located on the headwaters of Center Hill Lake at the confluence of the Caney Fork, Collins and Rocky Rivers. The rugged beauty of the park includes the Caney Fork Gorge below Great Falls Dam. These overlooks are some of the most scenic and significant along the Eastern Highland Rim.

Sgt. Alvin C. York

Sargent Alvin C York State Park

Sergeant Alvin C. York Historic Park is located nine miles north of Jamestown and pays tribute to Sgt. Alvin C. York, one of the most decorated soldiers of World War I. The park contains the farm and gristmill once owned by York who lived in the Pall Mall area for most of his life.

South Cumberland

South Cumberland State Park

South Cumberland State Park is located within four different Tennessee counties: Grundy, Franklin, Marion and Sequatchie. The park is composed of approximately 23,386 acres in nine separate areas and boasts some of the best hiking and backcountry camping in the region.

Standing Stone

Standing Stone State Park

Standing Stone State Park has more than eight miles of day-use hiking trails, providing access to some of the park's loveliest areas. Trails range from easy to strenuous and pass into virgin woods through vivid wildflowers and over-flowing streams and around beautiful Standing Stone Lake.

Sycamore Shoals

Sycamore Shoals State Park

Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park protects the land that was the location of several important historic events that occurred in the late 18th century.

T.O. Fuller

T.O. Fuller State Park

The 1,138 acre park is located in Shelby County within the southern limits of the city of Memphis. Its diverse terrain, from the Mississippi flood plains to the high and overshadowing bluff ridges, makes the area an ideal place for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts.

Tims Ford

Tims Ford State Park

The 2,200-acre Tims Ford State park sits in the shadows of the Cumberland Plateau in south-central Tennessee. It is considered one of the most picturesque lakes in Tennessee and is regarded as one of the top bass fishing and recreational lakes in the Southeast.

Warriors' Path

Warriors Path State Park

The park is home to premier boating and fishing activity, hiking trails, an internationally-renowned mountain bike trail system (which is a designated National Recreational Trail), an award-winning nature education program and a nationally recognized golf course.