Frozen Head State Park

Activities

Birding

The Audubon Society recognizes Frozen Head as part of the South Cumberland Mountains Important Bird Area. Important Bird Areas, or IBA’s are sites that provide essential habitat for one or more species of bird. For more park and nearby birding locations, VIEW FLYER.

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Hiking

Bird Mountain Trail — 4.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Difficult
Chimney Top Trail — 6.6 Miles — Natural Surface — Difficult
Coffin Spring Trail — 0.8 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy
Emory Gap Trail to Falls — 0.5 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy
Fodderstack Mountain Trail — 1.6 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Interpretive Trail — 0.5 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy
Judge Branch Trail — 1.2 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy
Lookout Tower Trail (116 side) — 2.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Lookout Tower Trail (Big Cove) — 6.9 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
North Bird Mountain Trail — 7.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Difficult
North Old Mac Trail — 3.3 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Old Mac Trail — 0.3 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy
Old Prison Mine Trail — 0.1 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy
Panther Branch Trail — 2.1 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Panther Gap Rockhouse Trail — 0.1 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy
Spicewood Trail — 2.5 Miles — Natural Surface — Difficult
South Old Mac Trail — 2.4 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Visitor’s Center Trail — 0.3 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy

Biking

The parks trail system is for hikers only but a nine mile fire road offers a great view of the park all while climbing to the parks high point.

Trail Length: 9 miles
Trail Rating: Advanced

Fishing

We are happy to report that we have received the first stocking of trout in Flat Fork Creek!

Flat Fork Creek flows through the park and is stocked with Rainbow Trout each spring. Fishing is allowed anywhere below DeBord Waterfall down to the park entrance. A TWRA trout stamp is required. The park does not rent boats nor does it have a boat launch ramp.