31 State Parks 10 State Forests 3 State Scenic Rivers 3 State Natural Areas 3 State Wildlife Management Areas 1 National Forest 1 National Historic Site 1 National Historic Park 7 National Wildlife Refuges
Camp Host left a huge mess - The camp host for Roaring River abandoned a car there and left a huge pile of trash that animals are hauling all over the park.
While he was there, the host continually trashed the area leaving a real eye sore for our school children to observe.
Is this how we honor our state
- in 1940 I lived in clarsville, there was a swimming pool there,I was 10 yrs old. When we got hot we went to mouth of the cave.We spent many happy times at Dunbar Cave, good memories.I am no 87yrs. old.
Perfect place to experience Totality - Cudos to staff for their organization on Eclipse day. I came from Houston and the park was the perfect place to hike before the eclipse and absolutely the perfect place to watch it.
first park i remeber visiting.. - we lived just 3 miles south of the park on summit hill rd in 65- 67 we used to go there quite often in fact the last time I remember there there were the log fences in the picnic areas which are still there.
Dangerous horses in Cedars Park - Cedars of Lebanon Park is beautiful, but never try riding, we almost died, horses was unattended, my husband and I had a lot of injuries and guides just sad oh sorry. Irresponsable people.
Wonderful Cabins and Restaurant! - Party of 4 adults spent 3 great days exploring,hiking and taking many pictures. Knowledgeable staff at the Park and brochures. Cabins had many conveniences but the Restaurant had delicious food on buffet or a menu!We were just there Feb.4,2016 but still very nice! Town close by also. Will definitely be back in the Spring! Had their first Bald Eagle Family nesting!
camping - We just took a camping trip Oct 2015. We decided we would eat our supper at the restaurant at the Inn on Friday our first day. We were there for the seafood buffet. MY first thought when we walked into the Inn was how DIRTY the outside windows were, Oh my if the outside windows at the restaurant were that dirty I can imagine the rooms are not properly cleaned. The windows looked as though they had not been cleaned in years. The restaurant was suppose to look out over a lake and the pool and hottub, the pool was closed due to the season understandable but the hot-tub was boarded up. It was hard to tell if there was even a lake but we walked outside to make sure.I was so disappointed in the place I told my group we would never try and come back to that INN. Its sad to see, Being from Tennessee one of our State Parks looking so bad. just saying Gee wiz
DO NOT TENT CAMP HERE! - AGGRESSIVE NUISANCE RACOONS that can unzip tent doors. They will come in your tent at night. It happened to us twice. We left early. No one at the office cared.
TRAP and RELOCATE these nuisance animals!
Great Camp Ground1 - This is one of the nicest campgrounds that is part of our journey. Clean! Friendly and very Helpful Staff. Attractive wildlife to watch, nice scenic walking trail. Water handy to each site and electrical hook-ups.This will be a come again spot on our list!