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WATERFALLS

 

WATERFALLS OF THE CUMBERLAND

CUMBERLAND FALLS

Largest waterfall on the Cumberland River

FALL CREEK FALLS

Fancher Falls is located on the Center HIll Lake in Central Tennessee. The only real way to view this waterfall is by boat.  The source of Fancher Falls is Taylor Creek.  Sometimes the falls are called Taylor Creek Falls.  Taylor Creek creates this beautiful water by falling 80 feet onto a small ledge below and cascades into a small pool that run off and starts Center Hill Lake. 

BURGESS FALLS

GREAT FALLS

CANEY FORK FALLS

TWIN FALLS

76 FALLS

Located on Lake Cumberland. There is a fence blocking the falls at the top. Private property bordering the falls on one side.

FANCHER FALLS OR TAYLOR CREEK FALLS

 

 

MAP OF WATERFALLS ON CUMBERLAND PLATEAU