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Select an award-winning park from the map below or the alphabetical pull down list at right

Image Map of Tennessee Bicentennial Mall State Park Big Cypress Tree State Park Big Hill Pond State Park Big Ridge State Park Bledsoe Creek State Park Booker T. Washington State Park Burgess Falls State Park Cedars of Lebanon State Park Chickasaw State Park Cordell Hull State Park Cove Lake State Park Cumberland Mountain State Park Cumberland Trail State Park David Crockett State Park Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park Dunbar Cave State Park Edgar Evins State Park Fall Creek Falls State Park Fort Loudoun State Park Fort Pillow State Historic Park Frozen Head State Park Harpeth River State Park Harrison Bay State Park Henry Horton State Park Hiwassee/Ocoee Scenic River State Park Indian Mountain State Park Johnsonville State Historic Park Long Hunter State Park Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park Montgomery Bell State Park Mousetail Landing State Park Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park Natchez Trace State Park Norris Dam State Park Old Stone Fort State Historic Park Panther Creek State Park Paris Landing State Park Pickett State Park Pickwick Landing State Park Pinson Mounds State Park Port Royal State Park Radnor Lake State Park Red Clay State Park Reelfoot Lake State Park Roan Mountain State Park Rock Island State Park Sgt. Alvin C. York Historic Park South Cumberland State Park Standing Stone State Park Sycamore Shoals State Park T.O. Fuller State Park Tims Ford State Park Warriors' Path State Park
Tennessee State Parks received the prestigious 2007 Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management, the highest honor in the industry. Visit the Gold Medal page.

Tennessee State Parks Feature

The Revolutionary War comes to life at Sycamore Shoals State Park as re-enactors from the Company of Overmountain Men demonstrate life from the western frontier during the late 1700s at the Siege of Fort Watauga on May 17 and 18. For more information contact Jennifer Bauer at (423) 543-5808.

Tennessee's 53 state parks offer a wide array of outstanding recreational opportunities and
natural encounters for the entire family.

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Tennessee State Parks offer both relaxation and exploration.  Enjoy our good nature from the campground to the conference center.

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  • State Park Restaurants Celebrate Mother's Day on Sunday, May 11
  • Plan Now to Join the Bicycle Ride Across Tennessee, September 14-20
  • Harpeth River Canoe Float Slated for May 3
  • Bledsoe Creek State Park Hosts Earth Day Celebration; April 19 Event Also Highlights National Wildlife Week
  • Girl Scouts Observe Earth Day with Service Projects at Burgess Falls State Park and Natural Area
  • Bredesen Proclaims April 7-13 Tennessee State Natural Areas Week
  • Tennessee Spring Star Party Scheduled for April 4-6 at Fall Creek Falls State Park
  • Eight State Park Restaurants Serving Traditional Easter Buffet March 23, 2008