Is a waterfall tour at a TN state park on your bucket list? Maybe it should be.

Tennessee is truly a beautiful state with a whopping 56 unique state parks. Did you know that Tennessee has over 80 waterfalls? I didn’t either, until I visited the TN State Park website.

Although Nick and I are living as caretakers in Hawai’i right now we have been residents of the state of TN for over a year now.  Check out these two articles we wrote about – TN’s State Parks then scroll down to learn more about 2017’s Waterfall Tours…

Tennessee State Park View

Nathan Bedford Forest State Park In Eva, Tennessee

Tennessee State Parks and a History of TN

Tennessee has to be the best of states in which to put a park system! The diversity that Tennessee State Parks presents across the state is remarkable. Check out the pictures in our Chickasaw State Park article. And this is both a natural and cultural diversity. The great geologic divisions of the state, and the ecological regions that follow according to climate and terrain, bring about diversity in stories of people in these environments. In addition, what is known as the Frontier Line was in the process of passing through Tennessee for a long period of time.

Visit Tennessee State Parks for Adventure & Waterfalls

Fall in love with Tennessee on one-of-a-kind waterfall tours this year.

These three-day, two-night guided trips are a great way to experience Tennesssee’s wilderness first hand. With over 80 waterfalls to explore and experience, the state of TN is a great place to visit. Use #findyourpark to promote the parks in the state you live in. Do you love to camp overnight?  TN state parks have amazing camp sites perfect for romantic couple getaways and fun family gatherings.

Waterfall Tours In Tennessee


These one-of-a-kind guided tours will take you into the heart of Tennessee’s beauty and natural bounty. Led by State Naturalist Randy Hedgepath and Tennessee Park Rangers, TN State Park Tours are a great way to experience Tennesssee’s wilderness first hand.

Vacation packages are $269 per person including all taxes and gratuities-package pricing based on double occupancy. Tours include educational and interpretive programs unique to each location, overnight lodging, most meals and transportation during the tour.

The itineraries are being finalized, click the links below for full details!


March 24-26

April 26-28


July 14-16


September 29-October 1
October 25-27
November 17-19

Nathan Bedford State Park Entrance

Tennessee State Parks are ideal locations for small conferences, weddings, corporate retreats, family reunions, church and civic retreats and many other types of events. They offer unique event and meeting spaces for group gathering; from the modern conference and meeting facilities at our inns, to the beautiful and rustic Tea Room at Norris Dam, and everything in between.

Visit TN State Parks

It was a perfect day, the day we visited Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park. We had a chance to do some hiking and site seeing around the park. Setting up a time to go back and do some camping is definitely a must! If you are looking for an inexpensive get away then what could be better then visiting one of our State Parks.

Get un-plugged, find your park and enjoy the great outdoors! 

Have you visited a Tennessee State Park? Leave us a comment below.


2 thoughts on “Tennessee State Park Waterfall Tours”
  1. Hi Becky, I didn’t know about the waterfalls either until I received an email from the TN state park the other day. Tennessee is a beautiful state with lots to see and do. Can’t wait to start exploring more of our new home state myself. Nick and I will be back from our travels by mid September.

  2. Great idea Silke! I’ll have to make it a point to visit TN this summer. Didn’t know there where so many waterfalls in the state. Pretty neat!

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