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Cumberland Mountain State Park 'Stone Arch Bridge' © Lisa Rupe
The dam and arch bridge were started in 1935. WW1 hero, Alvin C York, was project superintendent until he left in 1940. The park covers 1720 acres.
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Cumberland Plateau Region
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Cumberland Mountain State Park
Cumberland Mountain State Park
CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN STATE PARK
CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN STATE PARK
24 Office Dr.
Crossville, Tennessee   38555

Phone: 931-484-6138
Reservations: 800-250-8618
Cumberland Mountain State Park
'Stone Arch Bridge'
© CopyrightLisaRupe

The dam and arch bridge were started in 1935. WW1 hero, Alvin C York, was project superintendent until he left in 1940. The park covers 1720 acres.

Cumberland Mountain State Park
© CopyrightLisaRupe

Cumberland Mountain State Park
© CopyrightLisaRupe

Cumberland Mountain State Park is situated on the Cumberland Plateau, a segment of the great upland, which extends from western New York to central Alabama. It is said to be the largest timbered plateau in America. This 1,720-acre park was acquired in 1938 as a project of the Farm Security Administration to provide a recreational area for some 250 families selected to homestead on the Cumberland Plateau.

The Homestead Museum, located one mile from the park, depicts the Cumberland Homestead Community of the 1930's. This community built the park along with help from the CCC and WPA.
Cabins
Rustic cabins are nestled in the woods at Cumberland Mountain State Park and have fully equipped kitchens, cable TV, fireplaces (except single cabins), linens, picnic tables and grills. Wood is provided for those cabins with fireplaces. Parking is provided in the front of each cabin.

Class A cabins can accommodate four people.

Class AA can accommodate six people.

Class AAA can accommodate ten people.

The Mill House cabin can accommodate up to 16 people.

Cabins may be reserved up to one year in advance.
Camping
Cumberland Mountain park has a combined total of 147 tent and RV campsites with hookups provided. Picnic tables, grills and a bathhouse facility are also provided. There is a $2 shower fee for non-campers. Seven adults are allowed to camp at each site. Reservations are not taken for campsites.
Golf Course
Located just south of Crossville and Fairfield Glade in the undisputed golfing capitol of Tennessee, this Jack Nicklaus' designed, 6,900 yard, 18-hole championship, links-style course takes advantage of elevation changes as well as natural features, such as flowing streams and clustered pines. The signature 7th hole, an enticing par 4, features a blind tee shot as well as a protected green, surrounded by sand traps and layered flagstone. Thirty-six cabins, ranging from modern to rustic, are available for individuals and groups looking for comfortable accommodations at the "Best New Course for 1998."

For more information call toll free 1-888-800-2327.
Meeting Rooms
Meeting rooms are located downstairs in the restaurant. There are three meeting rooms that can accommodate from 100-150 people depending on setup.

Equipment available:

Overhead projector

Microphones

Flip charts

Screen

Podium
Swimming
The parks' olympic size pool is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The pool has a diving well with 1-3 meter board and 1-1 meter board. Chairs, tables with umbrellas and a bathhouse are provided. There are picnic tables outside the pool area and a snack bar.

There is a lifeguard on duty.
Fishing
The park offers fishing on Byrd Lake and visitors can expect catches of catfish, bass, bluegill and bream. Fishing from the bank is allowed except for posted areas.


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Picnicking
Picnic tables equipped with grills can be found throughout the park at the Recreation Lodge parking lot area, playground area, tennis court area and the boat dock area.

The park has four picnic pavilions that can be reserved for larger groups. Pavilions can be reserved up to one year in advance.
Trails
The park offers several miles of moderate trails around the lake, creek and in the woods. Overnight camping is allowed on one of the trails. Trails are open year-round.
Nature Programs
Cumberland Mountain State Park provides interpretive programs June-August provided by the seasonal naturalist and seasonal recreation directors. The programs cover a broad spectrum of interests. Groups with specific interests can call the park to arrange special programs. Park rangers are available for programs on a year round basis.
Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
May 31 Crab at Cumberland Mountain State Park by Ole Man From Florida
I had All You Can Eat Crab last August 2011.Now as I understand NO Crab on the menue this year for 2012 winter season. The Crab was excellent five stars !
February 8 Beautiful. by camperlady
We visited the park on a beautiful but chilly day in January. The was a skim of ice on the lake and the sunset reflecting on the ice and water was beautiful. Great pctures to remember our visit.
June 14 our favorite
just wish it was easier to get a cabin . people make reservations out for years and that is not fair,
June 6 Cumberland State Park History by jjn
The Park was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps(CCC) in the Great Depression.The Superintendent was none other than Sgt. Alvin C York,Medal of Honor from WWI.Today,the dam and the road atop it bears witness to the hard work of the CCC boys.The dam is the largest masonry structure built by the CCC.The dam was equipped with a water turbine electric generator to provide electricity for the Park.My Father in law worked on this project
February 20 The very BEST by Christy
This is the greatest park ever. They have everything you need. They are semi secluded but yet close enough to town to be able to enjoy movies, food and anything you want.
November 3 Fighting Chickens by John
It looks like someone at the Park who lives there is raising fighting chickens. Someone told me it was the Park Manager house.
May 28 Home of the Krug Reunion by Peggie
We have been going to this park every other year since 1980. We have a huge family reunion there and we have been as many as 100 strong. We will be back there this July for our 15th reunion.
April 26 Pool
The pool is the bigest and most favorite place of mine to visit in crossville tn


Area Campgrounds
Bean Pot Campground
23 Bean Pot Campground Loop
Crossville, TN
Deer Run RV Resort
3609 Peavine Firetower Road
Crossville, TN
Spring Lake RV Resort
255 Fairview Drive
Crossville, TN
Area Fishing Related Businesses
Jim & Jr's Bait & Tackle
5335 Peavine Rd
Crossville, TN
(931) 484-3433
Area Cabins and Lodges
Lake Tansi Health & Racquet Center
8007 Cherokee Trl
Crossville, TN
(931) 788-6724
Timberline Lodge
Highway 70 N
Pleasant Hill, TN
(931) 277-3522
Lake Tansi Village
Dunbar Rd
Crossville, TN
(931) 788-3301
Weather Forecast, (38557)

Directions
Take Interstate 40-East from Nashville, West from Knoxville-Exit on #317. Travel south on US Hwy 127 for 9 miles, park entrance is on the right.

USA Parks
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Tennessee
Tennessee
Cumberland Plateau Region
Cumberland Plateau Region
Cumberland Mountain State Park
Cumberland Mountain State Park