With 282-acres, Cummins Falls State Park is an idyllic, but rugged day-use park. Located in Jackson County it is part of the Cordell Hull Watershed. For more than 100 years the swimming hole has been a popular spot for local residents. It is Tennessee’s eighth largest waterfall and is 75 feet high.
What To Know Before You Go
Above the falls you will find the parking area, restrooms, trailheads and a picnic area. By foot you can access the nearby overlook. Pets are allowed, but must be on a leash and under control. Also remember to please clean up after your pet. Cummins Falls is a day-use park only.
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