South Cumberland State Park Foster Falls Creek Crossing Poster
Foster Falls is one of Tennessee's most spectacular waterfalls, plunging 60 feet into a deep gorge surrounded by some of the most challenging hiking and climbing in the state. Once its own small recreation area, the falls are now an integral part of Tennessee's largest state park system. Comprised of nine discreet tracts totaling nearly 30,000 acres, South Cumberland State Park stretches out across several distinct areas including Foster Falls, Savage Gulf State Natural Area, Fiery Gizzard Trail, Grundy Forest State Natural Area, Grundy Lakes, Denny Cove, Carter State Natural Area (Lost Cove Cave), Sewanee Natural Bridge State Natural Area, Hawkins Cove State Natural Area, and Sherwood Forest. Twelve trailheads offer access to some of the most unique ecosystems in middle Tennessee filled with towering cliffs, sandstone arches, acres of blooming azaleas, and numerous waterfalls, of which Foster Falls is the tallest.
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