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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
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Park Visitor: Comments, Memories and Reviews
July 24 rude host by unhappy camper
Currently staying in the campground. A couple just threatened my 9 year old telling him he should have a helmet on while riding his bike. He was on our campsite...not the road. They told him if they caught him again they would take his bike. They never identified themselves as hosts. Someone else told me they were hosts. I will be handling this issue first thing in the morning.
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
October 14 Wonderful experience camping here by William Ewing
We tent camped in area #1 of the campground. Very nice bathhouse/restrooms nearby. Good hiking trails, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, etc. Nearby Crossville was nice to visit. Would visit here again. Recommended.
October 4 Perfect for All Ages ! by ricelady
Perfect vacation or one day trip for people of all ages. Absolutely beautiful and this park has it all. Hicking, camping, cabins, scrumptous food, swimming, etc. The perfect remedy for rattled nerves, makes the coming week less stressful. The staff is ultra friendly and helpful.
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USA Parks
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Tennessee
Tennessee
Cumberland Plateau Region
Cumberland Plateau Region
Cumberland Mountain State Park
Cumberland Mountain State Park