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Download Tennessee State Park Screensavers

March 27, 2020  |  Permalink

We’re all reaching for our laptops and phones to work from home, read the news, or check up on friends and family. We think that each time you lift up your laptop screen or unlock your phone, you should spend a moment looking at the places you love before diving into the digital world. That's what inspired us to work with seven amazing photographers to create this bank of free downloadable screensavers for your devices. We hope they bring you comfort and remind you that nature is always there for you.

To download on a computer: Right click, then select save image
To download on mobile: press and hold the image, then select save


For Your Phone

South Cumberland State Park

Credit: Emilio Machado IG: @emilio_machado

Frozen Head State Park 

Credit: Adam Williamson @smokyshiker

Radnor Lake

Credit: Erin Pennington @erinpennington_


For Your Desktop

Fall Creek Falls State Park

Credit: Nick Trull @nicktrull


Fall Creek Falls State Park

Credit: Taylor Chesney @taylor.chesney


Fall Creek Falls State Park

Credit: Carlos Villatoro @95south


Burgess Falls State Park

Credit: Erin Pennington @erinpennington_

South Cumberland State Park

Credit: Jared Seely @seelyjw

Old Stone Fort State Park

Credit: Erin Pennington @erinpennington_

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