Find Waterfalls in Tennessee

There are around 100 waterfalls in Tennessee. This is 16% of all the tourist places listed in this state. Top cities in Tennessee with popular waterfalls are Gatlinburg, Sparta, Spencer, Sevierville and Townsend. You may find a list of all categories of Tennessee attractions on this page to choose from.

Tennessee is home to several waterfalls, cascades, gorges and rock houses located within forests, many of which can be explored within a day. The best thing about finding these waterfalls is that they are often located within state parks making it easy to get there. In fact, Tennessee State Parks and Natural areas usually offer guided tours to the waterfalls during spring time.

Want to see waterfalls in Tennessee? Check out the 136-foot Burgess Falls, 80-foot Middle Falls and 10-foot Falling Water Cascades that can all be found after a moderately strenuous hike within Burgess Falls State Park. The 75-foot Cummins Falls, which is the eighth largest in the state, can be found within Cummins Falls State Park. Fall Creek Falls State Park is also home to several waterfalls such as the 256-foot Fall Creek Falls and 250-foot Coon Creek Falls. Other waterfalls can be discovered at Frozen Head State Park, Old Stone State Park, Rock Island State Park and South Cumberland State Park.

Top Waterfalls in Tennessee

Visit the top waterfalls in Tennessee. Click on a waterfall bellow to find the detailed information.

Other Waterfalls in Tennessee

The following waterfalls in Tennessee are outside any city boundaries. Please use the city list from above section to find waterfalls in a specific city of Tennessee.

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