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This park provides a well-equipped picnic area and is home to a lot of beautiful Tennessee wildflowers, trees, and wildlife. More information on this park and many more can be found at the TN State Parks website.
The park is nice, but the tree has been gone for years. There is a nice nature trail to walk thru. Good place to take family for a picnic. When they are having events, there is always something worth seeing.
My hubby & I were driving back from visiting Trimble, TN, the distillery. We love to hike & explore. He found this park on the map. When we drove up, there was a house with a gate that you have to walk past to get...More
Thank Maggie D
Tennessee S, Owner at Big Cypress Tree State Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 April 2018
Thanks for making a stop at Big Cypress Tree! We are glad you enjoyed your walk.
This is a very "natural" area. There are grills, picnic tables, a pavilion, baseball field with a backstop, walking trails, boardwalk, swings, children's play gym and restrooms. The pavilion may be reserved for special events. Cell service is very limited.
It was very hot the day i was there and i was the only person in the park. I expected it to be more of a wildlife preserve and wetlands. there was no water among the cypress trees. The facilities were very nice for families.
Great place for a walk and take in some nature. It's such a beautiful place that we decided to take family pictures here because it had been at least 10 years since our last family picture session. Great place to spend several hours as a...More
It's got a small park, but if you are into Tennessee history it's not a bad trip. The "big" tree is gone, but you still get the experience. Outside of fuel to get there and food you'll have to bring to eat on, it's very...More
I grew up right next door to this park so I am kinda partial! I is a well kept park with a nice play ground, walking nature trail, covered pavilion with picnic table, charcoal grills, and a nice bathroom area. The cypress tree that the...More
This park does not have the Big Cypress on it anymore due to lighting in 1976, but it tells of David Crockett and that he hunted this area when he lived in Weakley County. It also has a newly constructed boardwalk that takes you 1100...More