Camping Destination: Tennessee Waterfall Tour!

If you’re looking for an unforgettable vacation with your family in your new or used RV, then hitch up and hit the road for a waterfall tour in Tennessee! You’ll explore and see stunning waterfalls in a beautiful state that’s probably a few degrees cooler than your Texas weather. Beat the heat and come play in a waterfall! Here are five incredible waterfalls in Tennessee that you won’t want to miss!

Ruby Falls

An underground waterfall? Yes, please! Ruby Falls is an unforgettable feature of Chattanooga, and is boasted as the tallest and the deepest underground waterfall accessible to the public nationwide! Combine your love of waterfalls with the beauty of a cave. Get more information here.

Tennessee Waterfalls

Fall Creek Falls State Park

There’s so much waterfall here it made it into the name twice! Fall Creek Falls is an impressive, towering 256 feet high. This state park also has several other waterfalls to discover, so give yourself plenty of time while you’re here to explore it all.

Tennessee Waterfalls

Get information on the park here. The state park also has a campground with plenty of RV options, which you can learn more about here.

Rock Island State Park

Don’t miss Rock Island State Park! The horseshoe-shaped Great Falls is a primary waterfall attraction, at 30 feet high, and located near the still-standing,19th-century cotton textile mill which was powered by the waterfall over a century ago.

Tennessee Waterfalls

Check out more details on the park here, and get campground information here.

Cummins Falls State Park

How about stopping at the eighth largest waterfall in Tennessee? Cummins falls is 75 feet high and makes a fantastic swimming hole and scenic stop for the family.

Tennessee Waterfalls

Get more information and photos here. It’s a day-use park, but you can stay overnight at Edgar Evins State Park, which has campground information here.

Burgess Falls State Park

Plan to stay two nights at Edgar Evins, because it puts you within a short hop of Burgess Falls State Park, as well! This park provides a series of waterfalls on the Falling Water River, so plan to take at least a day to see them all. Get more information on Burgess Falls State Park here.

Tennessee Waterfalls

Tennessee is an extraordinarily beautiful state to visit in your new or used RV, and it has plenty of wonderful stops your entire family will love! Stop in or contact us today to schedule some routine RV service before hitting the road!

Share Button