Burgess Falls State Park

Burgess Falls

Burgess Falls State Park in Putnam and White County, Tennessee covers 350 acres of land situated around a steep gorge that the Falling Water River flows through and drops 250 feet in elevation in less than a mile culminating in the 136 foot Burgess Falls.

The falls were named after Tom Burgess, a Revolutionary War veteran who settled into the area in the 1810s. The land was turned into a Tennessee State Park in 1971.

Hiking trails can be found on AllTrails.

Little Falls

Middle Falls Overlook

Burgess Falls

Burgess Falls State Park is are accessible to the public, there is no entrance fee or permit required.


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