State Park Inns And Restaurants Offering Special Valentine’s Day Packages

Thursday, February 06, 2014

With nature serving as the perfect, romantic setting, Tennessee State Parks are once again offering outstanding Valentine’s Day packages for those looking for a great deal.  All eight state park restaurants will be open Friday, Feb. 14, most serving a special Valentine’s Day meal.  Special overnight packages also are available at Tennessee State Parks’ six incredible inns. 

A romantic dinner package for two is priced from $21.90 to $53.90, depending on the location. Prices do not include beverage, tax and gratuity.

Dinner reservations are available from 4 p.m. until closing at many of the Tennessee State Park restaurants listed below. For dinner reservations or additional information, please contact the park directly at:

 ·        Cumberland Mountain State Park                   (931) 484-7186

·        David Crockett State Park (Lawrenceburg)    (931) 762-9541

·        Fall Creek Falls State Park                             (423) 881-5241

·        Henry Horton State Park                                 (931) 364-2222

·        Montgomery Bell State Park                           (615) 797-3101

·        Natchez Trace State Park                               (731) 968-8176

·        Paris Landing State Park                                (731) 642-4311

·        Pickwick Landing State Park                           (731) 689-3135

 
If you want to treat your Valentine to a romantic weekend or overnight stay, the following Tennessee State Park inns are offering a variety of special room packages, some including a delicious St. Valentine’s dinner for two and other amenities. Prices for one- or two-night packages vary, depending on the location. For room reservations or additional details, please contact the inn directly at:
 
·        Fall Creek Falls State Park                             (800) 250-8610

·        Henry Horton State Park                                 (800) 250-8612

·        Montgomery Bell State Park                           (800) 250-8613

·        Natchez Trace State Park                               (800) 250-8616

·        Paris Landing State Park                                (800) 250-8614

·        Pickwick Landing State Park                           (800) 250-8615

 
Tennessee’s 54 state parks offer diverse natural, recreational and cultural experiences for individuals, families, or business and professional groups. State park features range from pristine natural areas to 18-hole championship golf courses. The Tennessee State Parks system was established through legislation in 1937 and today there is a state park within an hour’s drive of just about anywhere in the state. For more information about Tennessee State Parks, please visit http://tnstateparks.com/. For a free brochure about Tennessee State Parks, call 1-888-867-2757.

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