Cascade is located behind the Betty Dunn Nature Center in Fall Creek Falls
State Park. The bottom of the cascade is a popular swimming hole, but use
caution, the creek bed is VERY slippery.
Visible at the top of the cascade is the swinging bridge that crosses
Cane Creek to allow hikers access to the trail to Fall Creek Falls and
other areas of the park. This photo was taken during the summer when the
water level was low.
Down stream approximately 150 yards from Cane Creek Cascade, is Cane
The park is located in Van Buren and Bledsoe Counties in middle Tennessee. Other falls located within the park include
Piney falls, Fall Creek Falls, and
Rockhouse Creek Falls.
I recommend using the southern entrance
to Fall Creek Falls, the road is far less curvy. From I-40 near Cookeville take the hwy 111 exit and go South to hwy 284 (aprox. 50 miles) follow signs.