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Savage Gulf State Natural Area is home to Greeter Falls. It's an amazing waterfall that has plenty of room for swimming at the base. We were there on a Sunday afternoon in early summer (last week of June) and hardly anyone was there. Maybe we...More
We visited the park the day before the Great American Eclipse 2017 with my husband and 3 young kids (ages 6, 4, & 2). We just needed to stay somewhere close to the totality zone, so we randomly ended up here! We camped at the...More
I hiked the North Rim trail to Hobbs Cabin on May 6th. The tails were well maintained, even with copious amounts of rain in previous two days, were not overly muddy. The trails were well blazed and signage was excellent. The North Rim trail has...More
This is one of the most awesome places to hike, unfortunately while we were there due to the drought there was no water on the Falls but never the less it was a great hike and the views were incredible, fairly easy hike but you...More
We backpacked from Stone Door Ranger Station to Sawmill Campground and back (about 10.4 miles total) in late June. We also visited Laurel Falls near the Stone Door Ranger Station. Our timing may have not been the best. I wasn't very impressed with the limited...More
I have recently discovered the Savage Gulf park and am blown away by the beauty, every hill and turn reveals something new. I have only been on the two southern entrances for day hikes to look at wildflowers and waterfalls, no camping yet. The serenity...More
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Definitely a must stop hiking or camping stop in lower middle Tennessee! A Hidden Gem!
Easy to get to off Interstate 24 South of Tullahoma and North of Chattanooga. Route 50 Pelham Exit.
I was told by the Park Ranger that...More
We have gone to Savage Gulf twice and enjoyed our time at this state park. There are many trails to choose from. Most of these trails require at least moderate hiking that requires stepping up and down boulders and walking up steep hills. But, the...More
I had the opportunity to hike with some friends and a few boy scouts. We parked at the Savage Gulf Ranger Station.We Hiked the Savage Day Loop to the North Rim Trail. We had already reserved Hobbs Cabin for the night so that would be...More