South Cumberland State Park
|South Cumberland State Park|
South Cumberland State Park points of interest. Clockwise: Greeter Falls, the trail down Stone Door, Laurel Gulf Overlook, Stone Door Scenic Overlook.
|Type||Tennessee State Park|
|Location||Franklin, Grundy, Marion and Sequatchie counties|
|Area||25,539 acres (103.35 km2)|
The park is one of Tennessee's newer state parks. It is a collection of 10 areas in four counties.
Distinct areas contained within the park include:
- Savage Gulf State Natural Area
- Stone Door
- Grundy Forest State Natural Area
- Grundy Lakes State Natural Area and Park
- Hawkins Cove State Natural Area
- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lee Carter State Natural Area
- Foster Falls Campground
- Sewanee Bridge State Natural
Camping may done at the park's Foster Falls Campground, which includes 26 tent/pop-up camper sites and at 93 backcountry campsites throughout the park.
- Tennessee State Parks - South Cumberland State Park
- Tennessee Natural Areas - Savage Gulf
- Tennessee Natural Areas - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Carter Natural Area
- Tennessee Natural Areas - Grundy Forest
- Tennessee Natural Areas - Hawkins Cove
- Friends of South Cumberland State Park
- "Fiery Gizzard Trail: Difficult but interesting overnight trail along Fiery Creek Gorge". Secret Falls. Retrieved May 6, 2012.
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