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Experience Fall at Tennessee State Parks

In Tennessee, fall means so much more than vibrant leaves. It means quality time around the campfire, crisp hikes, new memories, and one-of-a-kind adventures. Finding activities this fall may seem challenging, but with thousands of acres to explore at our parks, you can spread out and enjoy the fall season to the fullest. Whether you’re searching for adrenaline-filled experiences or ready to enjoy the cozy comforts of a cabin, come explore the season at Tennessee State Parks.

10 of the Best Destinations for Fall Break in Tennessee

Tennessee State Parks will set the stage for your vacation this fall break, and all that you have to do is decide which park to enjoy! We've pulled together ten parks that are perfect for fall and available for the standard fall break dates in TN: October 8 – 17.

Top Tennessee State Parks for Fall Vacations

Find extraordinary experiences and remote accommodations at Tennessee State Parks this fall.

Where and When to View Fall Colors in Tennessee State Parks

While areas such as the Great Smokey Mountains are popular for enjoying fall colors, Tennessee State Parks offer lots of spectacular spots as well as campsites, cabins, and lodge rooms to experience fall foliage. Whether you're taking a day trip or booking a cozy overnight getaway these tips can help you decide where and when to travel to these beautiful destinations.

Fall Festivals and Events at Tennessee State Parks

Many of our state parks are hosting festivals in honor of the culture, traditions and history of our state. Here are a few of our favorites:

The Best Cabins to View Fall Foliage

This list makes it easy to find out when to view the changing leaves and where to stay.