Cummins Falls State Park

Barn and Daffodils

An old deteriorating building on the grounds of Cummins Falls State Park located in Jackson, Co. Tennessee….Every February these daffodils pop up as if to let everyone know that Spring is almost here.  If you are planning a visit to Cummins Falls soon, you will not only see this amazing scene, but also one of the largest and beautiful waterfalls in Tennessee!

Cummins Falls State Park is a 282-acre State Park park located nine miles north of Cookeville, TN. on the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River. It is located in the Cordell Hull Watershed, and the area has been a scenic spot and swimming hole for local residents of Jackson and Putnam counties for more than 100 years. Cummins Falls is Tennessee’s eighth largest waterfall in volume of water and is 75 feet high. 

Barn and Daffodils
Old Barn and Daffodils

 

Tennessee waterfalls
Cummins Falls

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Blackburn Fork road from a different perspective.

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The scenic road of my previous post looks pretty good going the opposite direction. If you consistently travel a favorite route in search of a subject to photograph, don’t forget to occasionally reverse directions. A change in perspective can look surprisingly different even though it might feel like the same old thing.

Blackburn Fork Road

Blackburn Fork Road, Jackson Co. Tennessee

Blackburn Fork road runs along a portion of Blackburn Fork River.  Located on the Highland Rim in the Upper Cumberland Plateau, Blackburn Fork river is a tributary of the Roaring River originating near Cookeville, Tennessee. The rivers most significant geological, scenic and recreational feature is Cummins Falls which is the eighth largest waterfall in Tennessee and is located within Cummins Falls State Park. Smallmouth Bass are a favorite catch for anglers who wade the river or fish from it’s rocky banks.