Center Hill Lake, Tennessee
Center Hill Lake, Tennessee is an amazing place, and it’s more than a lake. Three state parks border the lake’s shoreline: Burgess Falls, Rock Island and Edgar Evins.
Several other local attractions are also nearby!
Plan a week or two – you’re gonna need some time to explore all of these totally breathtaking places.
Edgar Evins State Park
Located on the shores of Center Hill Lake. The 6,000-acre park provides scenic views in addition to cabins and campsites. The park also has a large on-site marina with a restaurant.
Other Wildly Amazing Places in the Region
A roughly 2 mile hiking trail featuring rock houses and 60′ waterfall. Located in Jamestown, Tennessee just outside of Allardt.
Are you up for a challenge? See Virgin Falls, Sheep Cave, Big Laurel Falls, Blue Hole, Big Branch Falls, and Martha’s Pretty Point.
Fall Creek Falls State Park is one of Tennessee’s largest and most visited state parks. Featuring waterfalls, hiking, and more.
A 1586-acre park situated on the sandstone tableland of the Cumberland Plateau in Crossville, Tennessee. Camping, boating, hiking, fishing, and more.
A rural 0.2 mile hiking trail featuring a waterfall and Lost Creek Cave. Film site for Disney’s 1994 Jungle Book.
Fancher Falls Center Hill Lake, Tennessee Waypoint: 36.000570 / -85.619013 80' Waterfall on Center Hill Lake accessible by water. Great for swimming, paddle boards, kayaking, canoeing and boating Also known as Taylor Creek Falls / 80' high Mist Falls is directly by...
A popular park featuring a 56-acre lake, fishing piers, walking pathways, mountain bike trails, disc golf, concession stand and paddleboat, kayak and canoe rentals.
A 35-acre lake featuring hiking trails, waterfalls, and fishing spots. Kayakers welcome.
Welch’s Point located in Sparta, Tennessee, a scenic lookout point along with a hiking trail to Virgin Falls Waterfall.
A widely popular waterfall within a state park in Cookeville, Tennessee. Cummins Falls.
Another amazing waterfall in the Upper Cumberland region. Waterloo Falls, Cookeville, Tennessee.
A 275-acre state natural area near Burgess Falls & Cookeville Boat Dock.
One of three state parks that border Center Hill Lake!
A bird’s eye view of a panoramic scene. Located in Monterey, Tennessee.
By Mireille Koester of the Cookeville Review. Guided by state park ranger. “The best fifteen dollars I’ve spent in a long time.”
The super popular waterfall you can get to on Center Hill Lake! Hike the falls or pull up in your boat!