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ALL RANGER-LED HIKES & PROGRAMS ARE LISTED ON THE SOUTH CUMBERLAND STATE PARK PAGE OF THE TENNESSEE STATE PARKS WEBSITE. VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING TRAIL WORK DAYS, WILL CONTINUE TO BE LISTED HERE ON MEETUP.
You can also call the Park office at 931-924-2980 for the latest on all ranger-led hikes and programs.
Protecting nearly 31,000 acres, South Cumberland State Park is the largest state park in Tennessee, consisting of nine discrete tracts, accessed from 12 different trailheads. Highlights include the fabled Fiery Gizzard Trail, Stone Door, Greeter Falls, Buggytop (Lost Cove) Cave, Sherwood Forest, the Sewanee Natural Bride, Foster Falls and more. The park stretches across the southern Cumberland Plateau from Sewanee to Monteagle and Beersheba Springs. The Friends of South Cumberland State Park have opportunities for volunteers who are willing to help with trail work, and our many annual events, programs and activities. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Bring yourself, your family, your Scout or Church group, and give back to nature as you explore and protect one of the most beautiful wilderness areas in Tennessee!