Savage Gulf State Natural Area

Greeter Falls

Savage Gulf is a 15,590 acre natural area located in both Grundy and Sequatchie Counties that is managed by South Cumberland State Park.

Prominent landmarks include the Great Stone Door, a 10 ft wide and 100 ft deep crack running from the top of an escarpment to the gorge below that was used as a passageway by Native Americans. Savage Gulf is also home to its namesake, Savage Falls, as well as one of the states most popular; Greeter Falls. 

Hiking trails can be found on AllTrails.

The Great Stone Door

Savage Falls

Savage Gulf State Natural Area is are accessible to the public, there is no entrance fee or permit required.


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