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  2. Cummins Falls - Hiking — Tennessee State Parks

    The park's most popular feature is Cummins Falls, a 75' waterfall. The waterfall can be viewed from the Waterfall Overlook Trail from the overlook on top of the bluff overlooking the gorge. Upstream Trail - 0.5 Miles - Natural Surface - Moderate. The park also offers access upstream from the waterfall.

  3. Complete Guide to Cummins Falls State Park (Before You Go)

    Cummins Falls State Park is a popular, easily accessible destination in Middle Tennessee. Still, there are several things you should know before heading there. Getting to Cummins Falls State Park. This Tennessee State Park is in Jackson County, about seven miles north of Cookeville.

  4. Best Hikes and Trails in Cummins Falls State Park | AllTrails

    Want to find the best trails in Cummins Falls State Park for an adventurous hike or a family trip? AllTrails has 5 great trails for hiking and more. Enjoy hand-curated trail maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you.

  5. Cummins Falls State Park - Wikipedia

    Cummins Falls State Park is a 282-acre (1.14 km 2) state park located northwest of Cookeville in Jackson County in the U.S. state of Tennessee. Its namesake, Cummins Falls , is a 75-foot (23 m) waterfall, [1] which is located on the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River .

  6. Cummins Falls, a Tennessee State Park located near Cookeville

    Located on the beautiful Blackburn Fork State Scenic River, this idyllic 211-acre site in Jackson County is home to Tennessees eighth largest waterfall at 75 feet high. Cummins Falls is formed on the Eastern Highland Rim and has been a favorite scenic spot and swimming hole for residents of Jackson and Putnam counties for more than 100 years.

  7. Cummins Falls State Park — Tennessee State Parks

    Cookeville WEATHER 63°F clear sky Activities For Educators Tennessee State Parks offers engaging, relevant, and interactive educational experiences. Discover more about learning with a Ranger -- in a park or in your classroom! More Info Picnicking The park’s has a primitive picnic area located across the road from the parking lot. More Info Hiking

  8. Day-Use Permit Reservations | Cummins Falls State Park, TN

    Pay & Reserve | Confirm ation Select your desired date to purchase Gorge Access Permit (s) at Cummins Falls State Park. Access to the gorge is subject to weather events, and the gorge may be closed without warning. No refunds, exchanges, date transfers, or rainchecks will be issued. View Park Policies. September 2023 October 2023 November 2023

  9. Cummins Falls State Park, Cookeville | Roadtrippers

    Cummins Falls State Park is an idyllic, but rugged, 211-acre day-use park on the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River. If you love to hike and you love to view waterfalls then this is a bucket list must! There is no camping in the park but there is a store, Old Mill Camp, across the street from the park entrance that has camping available.

  10. Cummins Falls State Park: A Hidden Gem for Nature Lovers

    Cummins Falls State Park was established in 2011 and is named after the Cummins Falls waterfall, which is the eighth largest waterfall (by volume) in Tennessee. The area was previously used for logging and milling operations in the 19th and early 20th centuries .

  11. Cummins Falls Base Route via Falls Overlook Trail and ...

    Cummins Falls State Park Photos (2,138) Directions Print/PDF map Length 2.4 miElevation gain 351 ftRoute type Out & back Explore this 2.4-mile out-and-back trail near Bloomington Springs, Tennessee. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 1 h 4 min to complete.