Day use at local state parks began April 24, but beginning this Friday, May 15, you can start to reserve camp sites. Follow the safe guidelines from the CDC and plan your outing now! 

BLEDSOE CREEK: Gallatin. Open for day use 7 a.m. - sunset. Download a map. Camping, picnic pavilion reservations begin May 15.

CEDARS OF LEBANON: Lebanon. Open for day use 7 a.m. - sunset. Reservations for picnic pavilions, cabins and camping begin May 15.

CUMMINS FALL STATE PARK: Cookville. Continues to be closed until further notice.

EDGAR EVINS: Silver Point. Open for day use 7 a.m. - sunset. Reservations for picnic pavilions, cabins and camping begin May 15.

HARPETH RIVER STATE PARKKingston Springs. Open for day use 7 a.m. - sunset.

HENRY HORTON: Chapel Hill. Open for day use 7 a.m. - sunset. Reservations for picnic pavilions, cabins and camping begin May 15.

LONG HUNTER STATE PARK: Hermitage. Open for day use 7 a.m. - sunset. Reservations for picnic pavilions and camping begin May 15.

FALL CREEK FALLS: Spencer. The park is open for day-use visitors from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Reservations for picnic pavilions, cabins, golf tee times and camping begin May 15.

MONTGOMERY BELL: Burns. Open for day use 7 a.m. - sunset. Reservations for picnic pavilions, cabins, golf tee times and camping begin May 15.

RADNOR LAKE: Nashville. Open for day use 7 a.m. - 20 minutes after sunset.

SOUTH CUMBERLAND: Monteagle. Open for day-use 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Reservations for picnic pavilions and camping begin May 15.

 

FIND ANOTHER PARK HERE.

CDC Guidelines for visiting parks and recreational facilities.

Get a Tennessee Fishing License HERE or at a licensed agent such as Academy Sports and other sporting goods stores.