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The Frozen Head State Park is a state park and natural area in Wartburg, Tennessee. It has about 24,000 acres of area and contains some of the highest mountains in the state located west of Blue Ridge. It was initially intended to serve as the site of the Brushy Mountain State Prison, but by 1933 became the Morgan State Forest.

Named after Frozen Head, which is the highest peak inside the park at 3324 feet, the Frozen Head State Park has 14 peaks from 1300 feet to over 3000 feet. The highest elevations offer unobstructed views of the Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee Valley, and the Great Smoky Mountains, also known as the region?s three main physiographic features.

Visitors of the Frozen Head State Park can enjoy hiking, picnicking, swimming, camping, fishing, biking, and horseback riding at the site.
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