5 Lodges at Tennessee State Parks

Montgomery Bell State Park Lodge / Courtesy of The Lodges Tennessee State Parks

1. Montgomery Bell State Park

The 117-room lodge sits on the banks of Lake Acorn at Montgomery Bell State Park in Burns, located near Nashville. The renovated lodge features modern rooms, a full-service restaurant and bar, and flexible event space. The park has kayaks for rent on Lake Acorn, miles of hiking trails, dedicated mountain bike trails, and an 18-hole golf course.

2. Pickwick Landing State Park

Surrounded by the Tennessee River and 1,416 acres of nature, the renovated lodge offers balcony views of the Tennessee River, and the park, east of Memphis, offers boating, golfing, fishing, hiking and more.  

3. Henry Horton State Park

Travelers along I-65 between Huntsville and Nashville can enjoy the lodge at Henry Horton State Park, which offers a restaurant and lounge and lots of event space. Visitors can also enjoy golfing, hiking, swimming, canoeing, skeet shooting and more during their visit. 

4. Natchez Trace State Park

The lodge at Natchez Trace sits on scenic Pin Oak Lake between Jackson and Nashville. There are 48,000 acres of public lands and lakes surrounding the lodge, making it a true outdoor wilderness in West Tennessee.  

5. Coming in 2021: Fall Creek Falls State Park

Estimated Opening Fall 2021 

The new 85-room Lodge Fall Creek Falls State Park, due to be completed next year, will provide resort accommodations featuring modern room design, conference space, a full-service restaurant and lounge overlooking Fall Creek Lake. With its stunning waterfalls, breathtaking overlooks, and lush virgin hardwoods, the park, located south of Cookeville, is a renowned vacation destination.

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