Some Tennessee’s State Parks Closed Due to Flooding

Some Tennessee’s State Parks Closed Due to Flooding – As of Friday afternoon, February 22, 2019, Burgess Falls, Window Cliffs, Cummins Falls, Mousetail Landing, Port Royal and Reelfoot Lake were all closed due to flooding.

Some Tennessee’s State Parks Closed Due to Flooding - As of Friday afternoon, February 22, 2019, Burgess Falls, Window Cliffs, Cummins Falls, Mousetail Landing, Port Royal and Reelfoot Lake were all closed due to flooding. | Photo TN State Parks
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