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State Park Restaurants Serving Traditional Easter Buffet -- Sunday, April 8

Monday, March 26, 2012 | 08:00am
Enjoy Food, Friends and Family at Eight Tennessee State Parks this Easter Sunday
 
NASHVILLE – Join Tennessee State Parks this Easter Sunday – combining great food with the great outdoors – and the perfect place to celebrate with family and friends. 
 
All eight Tennessee State Parks restaurants will be open on Sunday, April 8, 2012, serving a traditional Easter Sunday Buffet.  Buffet selections and prices will vary from $12.95 to $15.95. Price does not include drink, tax or gratuity. Special prices for kids and seniors over 62 also are available. The Easter Buffet will begin at 11 a.m. and will remain open until closing at state park restaurants across Tennessee.
 
Tennessee State Park restaurants serving the Easter Buffet include:
  • 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 yourself or your family to an Easter weekend or an overnight stay, the following Tennessee State Park inns are offering a variety of special packages from one- and two-night stays and featuring meals for two, along with other amenities.  Easter weekend packages range from $75 to $150 depending on the location and length of stay, excluding tax and gratuity.  For reservations or additional information, please contact the inn directly at: 
  • Fall Creek Falls State Park -- (800) 250-8610
  • Montgomery Bell State Park -- (800) 250-8613
Tennessee has 53 state parks and 82 natural areas with a wide range of recreational opportunities, including camping, hiking, swimming, golf, boating, whitewater rafting and more.  The state parks system includes resort parks with inns, conference centers and restaurants.  Tennessee State Parks and natural areas also play an important role in environmental protection of ecologically significant land and preservation of cultural and historic sites. To learn more about what’s available at Tennessee State Parks, visit the Web site at www.tnstateparks.com.  
 
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