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ALL STATE PARKS IN TENNESSEE NOW CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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All 56 state parks in Tennessee will remain closed until further notice to stop the spread of COVID-19. State officials closed the parks back on April 4 because they saw large increases in visitor traffic, including from out of state visitors. The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation says they are closely monitoring the situation and will notify the public when parks reopen.


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