Return To Burgess Falls


On the Falling Water River, Burgess Falls State Park is centrally located between Nashville, Chattanooga and Knoxville, Tennessee, with four scenic waterfalls cascading down over 250-feet.

An easy hike, the trail is only 1.5 miles out and back, and there’s an observation platform for viewing Lower Falls. Ample parking, restrooms, drinking fountain & convenient filling station for water bottles are available. It’s a popular tourist attraction, and free, thus visitors are advised to arrive early.

The Four Waterfalls

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There’s also another parking area upstream, located next to an old dam. Though in a state of disrepair with no trespassing signs posted, it’s nevertheless possible to stay clear and enjoy remote views.

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Also: see my first visit to Burgess Falls.


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