Tennessee State Park Restaurants To Celebrate Father’s Day

Monday, June 2, 2014

Tennessee State Parks invite you to spend time with family and friends to celebrate dad’s big day and enjoy Tennessee’s natural wonders at one of eight state park restaurants serving a Father’s Day Buffet on Sunday, June 15. Buffet selections and prices will vary, ranging from $14.95 to $17.95. Prices do not include drink, tax or gratuity. Special prices for kids and seniors over 62 are available. Group reservations are recommended.

“Our beautiful state parks are the perfect location to spend Father’s Day,” Deputy Commissioner Brock Hill said.

“From hiking and fishing to golfing and boating, our parks offer a variety of activities to enjoy with the family after a great meal at the park restaurant.”

The Father’s Day Buffet will be available beginning at 11 a.m. until closing at the following state park restaurants:

·        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) 364-8205

·        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





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