Hot Spot Blog - Fall Creek Falls

Fall Creek Falls State Park is conveniently located in the quiet and serene town of Spencer, TN! It is one of Tennessee’s largest and most visited state parks with more than 29,800 acres! Full of cascades, gorges, waterfalls, and streams, Fall Creek Falls State Park beckons those who enjoy nature at her finest. 

While you’re not enjoying the beauty and opportunity that Fall Creek Falls offers, you can bring out your adventurous side at the Canopy Challenge Course or try out your aim and sportsmanship at The Dead Zero shooting park or the Fall Creek Falls State Park Golf Course!

There are so many reasons we chose Fall Creek Falls State Park as our Road Adventures Hot Spot. Read below to learn more!


Fall Creek Falls Golf Course

The Fall Creek Falls Golf Course is another popular attraction. The beautiful and challenging 18-hole golf course is one of the best courses in Tennessee. The park pro shop provides golfing supplies, lessons, rental clubs, and carts.

Canopy Challenge Course

The Canopy Challenge Course at Fall Creek Falls includes over 75 wobbly bridges, rope swings, cargo nets, balance beams and zip lines of varying difficulty. Participants move through the aerial adventure course connected to a flexible lifeline system that uses smart-belay technology to ensure connectivity with overhead belay cables.


Dead Zero Shooting Park

Tennessee’s Premier Shooting Destination! Set on the beautiful Cumberland Plateau a mere 15 minutes from the Fall Creek Falls State Park and Mennonite Community, the Dead Zero Shooting Park boast the widest variety and some of the best ranges in the world!


Skip’s Restaurant

Do you enjoy quality and affordable family dining? Then you will definitely want to plan to visit Skip’s Restaurant during your stay in Spencer Tennessee! With friendly staff, a large selection of main dishes, and the convenient location in the heart of Spencer, Skip’s Restaurant has it all!


Fall Creek Falls State Park

Fall Creek Falls State Resort Park is a state park in Van Buren and Bledsoe counties, in the U.S. state of Tennessee. The over 26,000-acre park is centered on the upper Cane Creek Gorge, an area known for its unique geological formations and scenic waterfalls.

The park has 222 campsites in five different areas. All sites have tables, grills, water, and electricity and are served by six bathhouses, and 92 sites have sewer connections!