Visiting Rock Island State Park In Tennessee - The Cabins And Swimming Area
The Cabins at Rock Island State Park are located on the headwaters of Center Hill Lake at the confluence of the Caney Fork, Collins and Rocky Rivers. Cabin guests can visit the scenic Great Falls, a 30-foot cascading waterfall, and the Caney Fork Gorge that overlooks the Easter Highland Rim. Nearby cabin activities include boating, swimming, hiking, picnicking, fishing, and birding. In addition, during the summer, cabin visitors can participate in interpretive and recreational programs that consist of canoe floats, rock hops, wildflower hikes, history tours, live animal presentation, and more. Rock Island cabins are also in close proximity to other state parks including Burgess Falls and Fall Creek Falls State Parks. Whatever your adventure, Rock Island cabins are the perfect place to enjoy the beauty and history of Middle Tennessee. This is video #7 of our 7 part series on Rock Island State Park in Tennessee.
Visiting Rock Island State Park In Tennessee - Tent Camping
The Rock Island tent only campground has 10 sites (#51-#60), each with 20-amp electrical service, water hookups, lantern hanger, fire ring, charcoal grill and picnic table. A bathhouse with hot water is conveniently located nearby. Most are partially shaded and have a grass surface. The tent only campground is closed from Nov. 2 through March 15, each year. This is video #5 of our 7 part series on Rock Island State Park in Tennessee.
East Tennessee Hike - Alum Cave Bluff Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The Alum Cave Trail (also referred to as Alum Cave Bluff Trail) is an American hiking trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, in Sevier County, Tennessee. The trail ascends Mount Le Conte, the sixth highest mountain east of the Mississippi River, and passes by many notable landmarks, such as Arch Rock, Inspiration Point, the Duckhawk Peaks, and Cliff Top, before merging with Rainbow Falls Trail near the summit.
Hiking Ozone Falls - Rockford, Tennessee
One of the greatest waterfalls in Tennessee is just off interstate 40, with a short, very accessible trail. It's a great waterfall to see during all 4 seasons because it looks different each time.