Cane Creek Suspension Bridge

The Cane Creek Suspension Bridge, about 150' long, crosses Cane Creek about 20' above Cane Creek Cascade less than 100 yards from the Fall Creek Falls State Park Nature Center. The bridge connects to the trail to Fall Creek Falls, the highest falls east of the Mississippi River. There are several gorge overlooks along the trail. There is also a driving loop that will take you to the falls. FCFSP is the home of three waterfalls and two spectacular creek gorges. There is no entrance fee to FCFSP. FCFSP also has a lodge with dining room, a large campground, many trails, and a lake.
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News articles & publications

White Nose Syndrome identified in one of Fall Creek’s Caves
Edith Bayless Recalls the Early Days of the Park

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2 PM Piney Conf. Room
  • 05.03.2015
  • 06.07.2015
  • 07.12.2015
  • 08.02.2015
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  • 10.04.2015
  • 11.01.2015
  • YEAR END MEETING, 12.06.2015


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  • 03.21.2014 (TBD)
  • 04.11.2015
  • 05.16.2015


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Friends of Fall Creek Falls State Park
10821 Park Road
Pikeville, TN 37367


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