Mountain Bike trail maps and information (printable .pdf format)
Tennessee Boating Regulations
Volunteer Day on June 8
Every 2nd Saturday is Volunteer Day except in September and December. Activities are physical and vary from month to month. Meet park staff and the friends group at the Nature Center at 9 a.m. CT. Wear sturdy shoes and clothing that is appropriate for the weather forecasted. Bring water and work gloves. For more information on the specifics of the work days and to RSVP, contact Roland Creekmore at 931-946-7955 or email@example.com. Snacks and lunch are provided so a head count is necessary.
FCF Thaw 15K Run & Weekend Excursion - Mar. 2
Waterfalls Weekend - Mar. 16 & 17 View Flyer
Easter Weekend - Mar. 30 & 31 View Flyer
32nd Annual Wildflower Pilgrimage - Apr. 6 & 7 View Flyer
Star Party 2013 - May 10-11
Rock Climbing Workshops - June and November TBA
Astronomy Weekends - June 7-8, July 12-13, Aug. 9-10 View Flyer
Fourth of July Celebration - July 4
Triathlon and 10K - Aug. 18
Mountaineer Folk Festival - Sept. 6-7-8
Fall Colors Weekend - Oct. 19-20
Wild Foods Day - Oct. 26
Backpacking Trip - Nov. 16 & 17
Christmas on the Mountain - Dec. 6-7-8
In the spring of 1996, the Environmental Education Center was developed to facilitate the educational mission of the park through its vast natural resources by offering a low cost, high quality overnight field trip for school groups. With the awareness of the psychological, developmental, and physical benefits of outdoor education on the rise, this is the perfect time for your school to build a partnership with the only extended stay environmental education program in the Tennesse State Park System!
Fall Creek Falls State Park offers a hands-on, outdoor environmental education program for school students designed to relate the park’s natural and cultural resources to the school’s required curriculum. Outdoor education is beneficial to the physical, mental, emotional, and social development of children. What better way to improve test scores and promote unity in your class than to pay a visit to Fall Creek Falls State Park for a few days?
Dragonfly and Damselfly Checklist
To learn more about environmental education and additional events and programming visit the Friends of Fall Creek Falls.
For boat rentals: 423-881-5500
Tennessee Fishing Regulations
A three-time selection by Golf Digest magazine as one of the “Top 100 Public Places to Play” and honored as one of the top 25 public courses in America, this 6,669-yard course is both beautiful and challenging. There is a driving range and practice green on site. Call (423) 881-5706 for tee times up to seven days in advance.
Tee times may be reserved by calling the golf course or you may make Online Tee
Time Reservations at Fall Creek Falls Golf Course.
Learn more about the Fall Creek Falls Golf Course on the Tennessee Golf Trail
From The Tennessee Conservationist's Great Hikes With Fran Wallas:
Fall Creek Falls Cable Trail - The Shortest Hard Hike
The Nature Center, located near the North entrance of the park, is a popular trailhead. Trail information is available inside the Nature Center. Trails also originate or can be linked from the village area, campground, inn, group camp #2 entrance gate, the Falls parking lot and the Piney Falls parking lot.
The Fall Creek Falls Overlook Trail is accessible to persons with a disability.
Cane Creek Cable Trail 0.3 mi.
Cane Creek Lower Loop Overnight Trail 12 mi.
Cane Creek Upper Loop Overnight Trail 13 mi.
Chinquapin Ridge Mountain Bike Trail 7 mi.
Gorge Trail 1 mi.
Paved Bike Path 2 mi.
Paw Paw Trail 2.9 mi.
Piney Creek Mountain Bike Trail 10.5 mi.
Roundtop Trail 7.6 mi.
Trail to the Base of Fall Creek Falls 0.5 mi.
Turkey Pen Ridge Trail 0.5 mi.
Woodland Trail 1 mi.
Trails Open Year Round.
The pool is closed on Tuesday. Cost is $4 a person for ages 4 and older. Cabin and camping guests pay half price. For more information about season pool passes, pool rental parties or other pool information call 423-881-5642.