What are some of Tennessee's state parks?


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State parks in Tennessee include Bill Hill Pond, Big Ridge, Bledsoe Creek, Booker T. Washington, Burgess Falls, Cedars of Lebanon, Chickasaw, Cumberland Mountain and Cover Lake. Others include David Crockett, Davy Crockett Birthplace, Edgar Evins and Fall Creek Falls.

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Tennessee state parks operate throughout the year, offering amazing scenery, fun activities and events, low-cost accommodations and amenities for tourists and locals alike, notes Tennessee State Parks. At select state parks, such as Frozen Head, Harrison Bay, Henry Horton, Indian Mountain, Long Hunter and Meeman-Shelby Forest, visitors can make reservations for picnic shelters.

Other states parks in Tennessee include Fort Loudoun, Fort Pillow State, Montgomery Bell, Mousetail Landing, Nathan Bedford Forrest, Norris Dam, Natchez Trace, Standing Stone, Tims Ford, Rock Island, Warrior's Path, Sycamore Shoals, Sgt. Alvin C. York and Roan Mountain.

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