Waterfalls + Local Attractions
Burgess Falls, Fancher Falls and Twin Falls at Rock Island are accessible by water.
Be sure to note: this is subject to water level. At times, you will have to walk to the waterfalls.
There are also several waterfalls in this area around the lake. Most were just recently opened to the public.
Three state parks border Center Hill Lake. Burgess Falls, Edgar Evins and Rock Island all contain portions of the lake’s shoreline.
A 275-acre state natural area near Burgess Falls & Cookeville Boat Dock.
One of three state parks that border Center Hill Lake!
By Mireille Koester of the Cookeville Review. Guided by state park ranger. “The best fifteen dollars I’ve spent in a long time.”
A low key waterfall near Center Hill Lake.
How to get to Burgess Falls waterfall on Center Hill Lake and everything you need to know!
The super popular waterfall you can get to on Center Hill Lake! Hike the falls or pull up in your boat!
Edgar Evins State Park & Marina on Center Hill Lake
A weekend itinerary at Center Hill Lake. What to do when you’re in town!
Love hiking? There’s no better place to hit the trails than around Center Hill Lake!
Don’t just enjoy Center Hill Lake! There are countless other hot spots around the lake!
The coolest (and most popular) waterfall in Tennessee. Located in Cookeville, Tennessee.
You didn’t know about all the waterfalls around the lake? You’ve been missing out.
Center Hill Lake