Natural Areas - East Region
Colditz Cove is a 165-acre natural area located approximately two miles east of Allardt in Fentress County. Its most impressive feature is Northrup Falls, which is one of Tennessee’s most stunning waterfalls plunging more than 60 feet over a protruding rock ledge into a scenic, narrow, gorge along Big Branch Creek.
Fall Creek Falls
Fall Creek Falls is a 16,181-acre natural area located within Fall Creek Falls State Park in Bledsoe and Van Buren counties. Its waterfalls, cascades, sparkling streams, gorges, forests, and cave features make it one of the most visited natural areas and state parks in the southeast.
House Mountain is a 500-acre natural area located in Knox County approximately 15 miles from Knoxville. It is a favorite place for birdwatchers. The 2,100-foot crest of House Mountain provides significant vistas for visitors to scan the parallel ranges of the Unakas and Cumberlands.