These 3 TN Waterfalls Will Make Your Day

Tennessee is well-known for it’s beauty, making it a tourist destination all year long.

If you’re looking to get away from the noise of the city and spend a calming day in nature, one, or heck all of these waterfalls could be just what need.

Here are our final decisions¬†for the most breathtaking waterfalls in TN – the decisions were definitely not easy ūüėČ

1.) Cummins Falls

Tennessee’s eighth largest waterfall, Cummins Falls is located on the Blackburn State Scenic River, 9 miles north of Cookeville. Not only is this beauty great for taking in the magnificent scenery that the state has to offer, it has been a swimming hole for locals and tourists alike for over 100 years now.

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2.) Fall Creek Falls

The seemingly most popular waterfall in the state, Fall Creek Falls has mind-blowing, scenic views that will literally take your breath away. This state park is a must see, with other waterfalls and mountainous views to offer on top of the gorgeous waterfall, which is the park is actually named after.

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3.) Twin Falls

Last but certainly not least, we have the Twin Falls. These beautiful waterfalls cascades from an underground cavern into the Caney Fork River, and was crazily enough created when the river was dammed.

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