center. Programs are available on all topics of natural resources (animals, plants, etc.) upon request. A
monthly program schedule is available at the Visitor Center.
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) provides picnic facilities and a seasonalFoster Falls campground
for overnight visitors from April through October. Foster Falls, which lends its name to the area, drops
sixty feet and marks the southern end of the Fiery Gizzard Trail. South Cumberland manages 550 acres
at Foster Falls that has become a world class destination for sport rock climbing. Facilities include
restroom's, a picnic pavilion managed by the TVA resident manager, a handicap accessible boardwalk
and viewing platform and a wooded picnic area.
We did not camp here, but the campgrounds looked nice from what we could see.
group pavilion available by reservation, hiking trail, natural area, bird-watching.
Foster Falls Small Wild Area centers on a 60-foot waterfall, visible from sandstone overlooks and
surrounded by 178 acres of lush flora, including mountain laurel, azalea and hemlock. A new
handicapped-accessible trail to an overlook has been added.
498 Foster Road
Sequatchie, TN 37374
From Tracy City, Tenn., go 5 miles east on Highway 150/US 41 to the pavilion.