List of National Natural Landmarks in Tennessee

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From List of National Natural Landmarks, these are the National Natural Landmarks in Tennessee. There are 13 in total.

Name Image Date Location County Description
1 Arnold Engineering Development Center Natural Areas 1974 Coffee Contains an extremely rare virgin swamp forest and a pristine example of an open marsh.
2 Big Bone Cave 1973 Van Buren Cave where giant ground sloth bones were discovered.
3 Cumberland Caverns Cumberland Caverns - Three Chessmen.JPG 1973 Warren Two interconnecting caves at least 27 miles (43 km) in extent.
4 Cedar Glades Cedar-glade-col-tn5.jpg 1973 Wilson The largest and best remaining example of the cedar glade community.
5 Conley Hole 1973 Grundy One of the most spectacular and outstanding examples of a pit cave in the United States.
6 Dick Cove 1973 Franklin A near virgin forest
7 Grassy Cove Karst Area Black-mountain-karst-gc1.jpg 1973 Cumberland One of the nation's best illustrations of karst development and underground drainage
8 The Lost Sea 1974 Monroe Cavern system that includes the largest known underground lake in the country.
9 May Prairie 1974 Coffee Largest and best relict prairie remaining in Tennessee.
10 McAnulty's Woods 1973 Hardeman Only known example in western Tennessee of the upland forests of the Mississippi Embayment
11 Piney Falls 1974 Rhea Contains a rare virgin mixed mesophytic forest stand.
12 Reelfoot Lake Reelfoot Lake 1966 Lake, Obion Mosaic of habitats formed as a result of the New Madrid earthquake,
13 Savage Gulf 1971 Grundy A virgin forest.