Things to Do
Tennessee State Parks are open to the public seven days a week, year-round. There is no access fee charged, although there may be fees associated with certain activities.
These one-of-a-kind tours focus on the beauty and history of some of our of the best examples of Tennessee’s majestic waterfalls and spring wildflowers. All vacation packages include educational seminars and interpretive programs unique to each location. Also included are meals, lodging and transportation to our various destinations.
Group Events & Planning
Tennessee State Parks are ideal for small conferences, weddings, corporate retreats, family reunions, church and civic retreats and many other types of events. With our very diverse collection of venues statewide and our expert interpretive programming; we can accommodate any type of group and budget with a dedicated focus on supreme hospitality and a one of a kind experience.
Ziplining and Aerial Trekking
Whether you're looking to learn about the local wildlife or just act like it, Tennessee State Parks has you covered. Zip lines and aerial trekking offer you the opportunity to explore Tennessee's forests and scenic beauty from high in the trees.
The Aerial Adventure Park at Fall Creek Falls State Park is independently operated by ArborTrek/ZIPStream Fall Creek Falls. The park offers 74 obstacles, including nine zip lines, ranging in difficulty from serene to extreme. Options are available for children as young as four years old to active seniors. The aerial adventure park is open daily from Memorial Day to Labor Day. During the spring and fall, the park is open on weekends, or through the week for groups by advance reservation. Advance reservations are recommended.
For more information on the aerial adventure park at Fall Creek Falls or to buy tickets, visit www.zipfcf.com or call 615-499-5779.