A popular activity in Fall Creek Falls State Park thanks to the abundance of natural beauty, hiking through this spectacular landscape allows you to enjoy a true wilderness. Fall Creek Falls State Park hotels provide excellent access to routes suitable for all ages and experience levels and with 56 miles of trails to explore, you can enjoy the unique geology and ecology of Cumberland Plateau at your own pace.
This 0.6-mile trail is rated as easy and is suitable for the whole family. Taking hikers to the top of the dam, superb views of the falls await at the end.
A 2.9-mile trail rated as moderate, this popular trail takes hikers through the forests and provides a chance to spot the local flora and fauna, with wildflowers abundant in spring.
Running 2.9 miles through the gorge, hikers cross a suspension bridge before reaching a spectacular overlook at Fall Creek Falls Observation Point.
Rated as difficult, this 0.5-mile trail includes the steep climbs that bring you to some of the best views in the park.
A variety of exciting and engaging recreational activities await families visiting Fall Creek Falls State Park. From adrenaline-fuelled days navigating the tree canopy to lazy afternoons on the lake, vacationers will find something to keep everyone entertained. Fall Creek Falls State Park Cabins put you right in the heart of the action, giving you the chance take part in everything the park offers.
A 2.5-hour journey above the forest by zip line and rope bridge, the Canopy Challenge Course is not one for the faint-hearted. Featuring 70 aerial obstacles to navigate, this exciting activity is suitable for ages 4+.
Copperhead Rock provides excellent rock climbing opportunities, with routes for beginners and more experienced climbers. Climbing workshops are also held twice a year.
Fall Creek Falls Lake allows you to bring your own boat or hire an aluminum Jon boat for use on the water. Paddleboats, kayaks, and canoes are also available to help you explore the lake.