4 Tennessee State Parks Offer Mother’s Day Meals

Written by Tennessee State Parks | Posted on April 29, 2022  |  Permalink

NASHVILLE – Tennessee State Parks will have Mother’s Day meals May 8 at restaurants at Cumberland Mountain State Park in Crossville, Montgomery Bell State Park in Burns, David Crockett State Park in Lawrenceburg, and Natchez Trace State Park in Lexington.

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5 places to spend the night under the stars

Written by Tennessee State Parks | Posted on April 28, 2022  |  Permalink

There is something about sitting out under the night sky. On a clear evening with a new moon, the canopy of stars engulfs you, evoking  a sense of wander and mesmerizing pleasure. There are several great parks in Tennessee where you can, “Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them” 

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Support Tennessee State Parks In The Big Payback

Written by Tennessee State Parks | Posted on April 28, 2022  |  Permalink

On May 5th, the Big Payback is giving you the opportunity to give back to your favorite Tennessee State Parks by supporting the nonprofits dedicated to protecting and improving them.

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Mother’s Day Meals and Memories at Tennessee State Parks

Written by Tennessee State Parks | Posted on April 25, 2022  |  Permalink

Celebrate the mother figure in your life at Tennessee State Parks this Mother's Day. Offering meals and outdoor activities, our parks are here for you.

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State Parks Recognized for ‘Go Green’ Performance

Written by Tennessee State Parks | Posted on April 20, 2022  |  Permalink

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) today announced 28 of the 56 Tennessee State Parks have attained Platinum status, the highest level of achievement, in the department’s Go Green With Us program. It is the highest number of Platinum parks in the history of the program.

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Environmental Officials Celebrate Delisting of Cumberland Sandwort as Endangered Species

Written by Tennessee State Parks | Posted on April 12, 2022  |  Permalink

JAMESTOWN – Officials from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) today celebrated the delisting of Cumberland sandwort (Minuartia cumberlandensis), a plant found only on the Cumberland Plateau, from the federal list of endangered species.

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4 Tennessee State Parks Plan Easter Meals

Written by Tennessee State Parks | Posted on April 4, 2022  |  Permalink

NASHVILLE – Four Tennessee State Parks will offer family-style meals Easter Sunday, April 17, including Montgomery Bell State Park, Cumberland Mountain State Park, David Crockett State Park and Pickwick Landing State Par

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