Father’s Day at Tennessee State Parks

June 2, 2016  |  Permalink

Looking for a great way to spend Father's Day? Join Tennessee State Parks as we celebrate all of the outstanding fathers! Whether Dad likes golfing, hiking, fishing, or just enjoying a nice meal with the family, we have something for him.

Father's Day Buffets

All eight state park restaurants will be open Sunday, June 19 for special buffets. Click on the name of the park to learn more about the Father's Day offerings:


Natchez Trace State Park

Paris Landing State Park

Pickwick Landing State Park


David Crockett State Park

Henry Horton State Park

Fall Creek Falls State Park

Montgomery Bell State Park


Cumberland Mountain State Park

Hit a Hole-in-One this Father’s Day with a Tennessee Golf Trail Annual Pass

Pass holders enjoy unlimited golf at any of our six traditional courses or the three Jack Nicklaus- designed Bear Trace courses. Passes can be purchased at any Tennessee Golf Trail course and are good for 12 months from date of issue. For more information, visit www.tngolftrail.com.

Gift Cards - Always a Good Choice

A gift card is always a great gift and may be used across the state at most of our Tennessee State Parks.

Tennessee State Parks Gift Cards are accepted at Tennessee State Parks for overnight stays and day-use fees, as well as for purchases in the gift shops and restaurants throughout the parks. Gift Cards are also accepted at the State Park golf courses. Gift cards may be purchased by visiting one of our state parks or online at www. tnstateparks.com/about/promotion-details/gift-card

Travel through Tennessee with The Tennessee Conservationist

For Dads on the go, a subscription to The Tennessee Conservationist magazine is the perfect gift. This award-winning magazine highlights the people and places of Tennessee, while focusing on the natural, cultural and historic treasures unique to the Volunteer State. Dad will enjoy exploring Tennessee’s back roads and State Parks from the comfort of home, six times a year with The Tennessee Conservationist. Give a gift subscription today.

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