Tennessee State Parks to Host Easter Celebrations

Easter activities and meals planned across seven Tennessee State Parks.

This Easter, Tennessee State Parks are offering a festive array of activities and dining options across seven locations on Sunday, March 31, 2023. Families looking for a memorable Easter experience can partake in egg hunts, egg dyeing workshops, and sumptuous Easter meals in the scenic surroundings of Tennessee’s natural beauty.

The Easter festivities kick off with instructional events for dyeing Easter eggs at Cordell Hull Birthplace State Park on March 16 and at Seven Islands State Birding Park on March 30. Additionally, children can look forward to an exciting morning Easter egg hunt at Fall Creek Falls State Park and a unique night egg hunt at T.O. Fuller State Park, both on March 30. These activities are perfect for families wanting to enjoy the outdoors while celebrating the Easter holiday.

For those interested in dining, seven state parks are offering special Easter meals, ensuring a variety of options to suit all tastes. The parks participating in this culinary celebration include Henry Horton, Montgomery Bell, Fall Creek Falls, Cumberland Mountain, Natchez Trace, Paris Landing, and Pickwick Landing State Parks.

Each park has its own unique menu and pricing, with options ranging from buffet lunches to special meals, and even a Breakfast with the Easter Bunny at Montgomery Bell State Park. Whether it’s the traditional Easter buffet lunch at Henry Horton State Park or the special meals offered at Paris Landing State Park, visitors are sure to find something to enjoy. Reservations are required at most parks, with deadlines varying by location.

In addition to the Easter-specific events, visitors can take advantage of the year-round features each park offers, such as hiking trails, scenic overlooks, and wildlife viewing areas. These events and meals provide an excellent opportunity for families to create new traditions and memories while enjoying the natural beauty of Tennessee State Parks.

This Easter, whether you’re in the mood for an adventurous egg hunt or a leisurely meal amidst nature, Tennessee State Parks have something for everyone.

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