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TDEC DEPUTY COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCES NEW VISITOR CENTER FOR TWO STATE PARKS

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Two state parks in the Upper Cumberland region will get new visitors centers in the next year. According to TDEC’s Deputy Commissioner Brock Hill for Parks and Conservation, Fall Creek Falls and Cummins Falls will see improvements with the new visitors centers in 2018. The centers will include park offices, restrooms and gift shops.


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