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Twin Falls At Rock Island State Park

Part Two

See earlier post – Rock Island State Park

Getting to Twin Falls from the parking area at Caney Fork Gorge is a four mile drive, still within the Rock Island State Park of Tennessee. These falls are not natural – rather, a byproduct of damming the Caney Fork River, and a power house. Interestingly, the water found its way through the limestone; hence, these 80′ waterfalls pour out of the gorge walls, rather than over the edge some 40′ higher.


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Here’s a video of Twin Falls

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8 responses to “Twin Falls At Rock Island State Park”

  1. cosimosaporito Avatar

    bellissime foto complimenti sei un artista vero.

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you for your kind words – glad you like it!

  2. TinyJeremy Avatar

    Nice one

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Jeremy – glad you like it!

  3. BallesWorld Avatar

    Very beautiful photos!!!

    Best Wishes

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, Balle 🙂

  4. tiffanyarpdaleo Avatar

    So beautiful and peaceful!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Tiffany – glad you like it!

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