awesome - Visited 8 State parks between Wisconsin and Mississippi and Pickwick Landing was the cleanest The staff were polite and knowledgeable about the park. Very nice place. some sites you need to level because you are in the hills of Tennessee. Will be telling all about this State Park
Spectacular falls - One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Tenn. The entire trail parallels the water. Multiple cascades lead to the grandaddy of them all. A must see if in the area. I would rank the trail easy when compared to others I have been on.
Family Fun Memories Made - Wow What a well kept hiking ground The overflow of growing mushrooms to the fluttering butterflies in the breeze, this incredible trail is definitely my most favorite. Happy hiking yall
Water gone before fishing began - Water drained from impoundments before refuge was even open to fish. Look forward to bank fishing every year. But with no running water, fishing is going to be poor
. NOT HAPPY
Camp Host left a huge mess - The camp host for Roaring River abandoned a car there and left a huge pile of trash that animals are hauling all over the park.
While he was there, the host continually trashed the area leaving a real eye sore for our school children to observe.
Is this how we honor our state
Very bad management - Whoever allowed small game hunting during deer season needs to reconsider there decision. You cant do both sucessfully. What was once a great place to hunt has now been totally ruined. After 13 years of hunting here Im actually sad about having to leave but I will never hunt here again and wont recommend it to anyone. I will in fact do the opposite. This isnt the last time I will address this either.
- in 1940 I lived in clarsville, there was a swimming pool there,I was 10 yrs old. When we got hot we went to mouth of the cave.We spent many happy times at Dunbar Cave, good memories.I am no 87yrs. old.
Perfect place to experience Totality - Cudos to staff for their organization on Eclipse day. I came from Houston and the park was the perfect place to hike before the eclipse and absolutely the perfect place to watch it.
first park i remeber visiting.. - we lived just 3 miles south of the park on summit hill rd in 65- 67 we used to go there quite often in fact the last time I remember there there were the log fences in the picnic areas which are still there.