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Cummins Falls State Park

390 Cummins Falls Lane
931-261-3471

Cummins Falls State Park is an idyllic, but rugged, 211-acre day-use park located nine miles north of Cookeville on the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River on the Eastern Highland Rim. Located in the Cordell Hull Watershed, the area has been a scenic spot and swimming hole for local residents of Jackson and Putnam counties for more than 100 years. Cummins Falls is Tennessee's eighth largest waterfall in volume of water and is 75 feet high.

Activities

PICNICKING
The park’s has a primitive picnic area located across the road from the parking lot.

HIKING
Cummins Falls offers several adventurous hiking trails ranging from moderate to difficult.

FISHING
This section of the Blackburn Fork Scenic River is too shallow for boating, however, the river provides decent wade and bank fishing for bass and Bluegill


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