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The Fall Creek Falls State Park is a state park and recreation area in Pikeville, Tennessee. It is best known for being the home of the Fall Creek Falls, measuring 256 feet tall, and is the highest free-fall waterfall found east of the Mississippi River.

Featuring the unique geological formations and scenery of the upper Cane Creek Gorge, the Fall Creek Falls State Park attracts a good number of visitors yearly for its natural features. It offers more than twenty thousand acre of area, available for recreation and sightseeing. The site is also home to five other falls (aside from the Fall Creek Falls), like the 85-foot Cane Creek Falls, 45-foot Cane Creek Cascades, 125-foot Rockhouse Falls, the 95 foot Piney Creek Falls, and the 250 foot Coon Creek Falls. There are also tons of overlooks and caves (including the Rumbling Falls cave which is the second largest cave chamber in the country) among other things.
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