Roan Mountain State Park

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Public Announcement as of Monday, August 29:  The Road to the Miller Farmstead is closed due to a preservation project underway at the Miller Farmstead. We expect this project to be completed in October. This beautiful farmstead was listed on the National Historic Register just over a year ago. Because of its age, the home needs a significant amount of repair work completed to preserve and protect this site. This project will consist of building a new foundation and repairing structural support to the home. Currently, the house foundation is crumbling, resulting in the home sinking to the ground. Completion of this project will ensure that the Miller Farmstead Home is preserved and maintained for future generations to enjoy, and learn about early Appalachian life and culture. We apologize for the inconvenience, and appreciate your understanding as we work to preserve this great piece of history.

Located on TN Hwy 143 at the base of the majestic 6,285 Roan Mountain, Roan Mountain State Park encompasses more than 2,000 acres dominated by rich hardwood forest along rugged ridges. The cool, clear Doe River winds its way through the center of the park and supports a healthy population of trout. Wildflowers and wildlife inhabit the hollows and ridges of the Roan foothills in abundance.

There are 30 comfortable cabins, as well as RV and tent camping at the 107-site campgrounds. Each cabin has a front porch with rocking chairs, fully outfitted kitchen, full bath, wood burning stove and gas/electric heat. Each campsite has a grill and picnic table and is located near a bathhouse with hot showers.

Visitors can hike along the creeks and ridges, tour the century-old Miller Farmstead or enjoy cross-country skiing in the winter months. There are approximately 12 miles of hiking trails and 2.25 miles of mountain bike trails. Difficulty levels range from easy to strenuous.

Fishing is a popular activity in the park. The Doe River is cool enough year-round to be home to three species of trout. Native brook trout, as well as rainbow and brown trout, are stocked regularly.

The Friends of Roan Mountain have compiled species checklists of flora and fauna found in the park. To view checklists for amphibians, birds, fish, invertebrates, mammals and reptiles, please visit

Park Trail Maps

Looking for a trail map? Click the link below to see a list of the maps available at this park. The page includes all the trail maps we have available, organized by park. We have free and paid options that provide you the details you need to have your next great adventure in Tennessee. 


Geo-referenced Trail Maps

Did you know that certain types of PDF maps can show your exact position on a trail? We are creating geo-referenced maps for our parks.  When the map is opened with an app on your smart phone, a dot/reference point displays on the device screen at your exact location. These maps use your GPS, not your cell signal, so they work even when you do not have service. Here is what you need to access our maps:


For more information, please contact Roan Mountain State Park directly at 800-250-8620.