Cummins Falls State Park

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Cummins Falls State Park
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Cummins Falls
TypeTennessee State Park
LocationJackson County, Tennessee
Coordinates36°15′13″N 85°33′53″W / 36.25363°N 85.56481°W / 36.25363; -85.56481Coordinates: 36°15′13″N 85°33′53″W / 36.25363°N 85.56481°W / 36.25363; -85.56481
Area282 acres (1.14 km2)
Created2011
Operated byTennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation
Openyear-round
WebsiteCummins Falls State Park

Cummins Falls State Park is a 282-acre (1.14 km2) state park located northwest of Cookeville in Jackson County in the U.S. state of Tennessee. Its namesake, Cummins Falls, is a 75-foot (23 m) waterfall,[1] which is located on the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River. The park was purchased and created by the Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation in 2011.

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Picnicking, hiking, and fishing may be done at Cummins Falls State Park.

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