Friends of Fall Creek Falls State Park

  • TN


10821 Park Road
United States

About Us

The Friends of Fall Creek Falls are a non-profit (501(c)3) organization established in 1994 to support the Park through various efforts that incorporate the CARE program which has been established to: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ --Foster conservation and education in support of Fall Creek Falls State Park. --Assist Fall Creek Falls State Park in its efforts to better preserve and protect its existing land resources, including but not limited to the many natural, cultural and scenic features within or in proximity thereto. --To assist Fall Creek Falls State Park in providing quality recreational and interpretive experiences. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONSERVATION - AWARENESS - RECREATION - EDUCATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The support given through your membership and donations go toward these many worthy causes. Your donations are an investment in our future.

Fall Creek Falls State Resort Park, situated on the Western Edge of the Cumberland Plateau, contains over 25,000 acres of rugged beauty. Inside the park are both first class recreational facilities, including an 18-hole golf course and untrammeled pristine wilderness. Resource management staff is available year round to assist park visitors. Fifty miles of trails, including twenty-five miles of hiking trails, and twenty miles of biking trails, lead the visitor away from the roads and into the wilderness at Fall Creek.

Questions relating to the programs above should be addressed to the Nature Center, Fall Creek Falls State Park, 10821 Park Road, Pikeville, TN, 37367. Phone (423) 881-5708.

Cabins and rooms can be reserved at Fall Creek Falls Inn by calling (423) 881-5241 or 1-800-250-8610.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "The Richest Values of Wilderness Lie Not in the Days of Daniel Boone Nor Even in the Present, But Rather in the Future"- Leopold. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------