NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Father’s Day is slated for Sunday, June 21, and if you really want to impress dad and to show your appreciation – consider one of Tennessee State Parks’ many offerings, including a Father’s Day buffet at one of eight state park restaurants, an annual pass at one of the nine Tennessee Golf Trail courses, or a gift certificate that can be used at Tennessee Golf Trail pro shops, state park restaurants, and state park cabins and inns.
The Father’s Day Buffet will be available beginning at 11 a.m. local time until closing at these state park restaurants:
- Cumberland Mountain State Park (931) 484-7186
- David Crockett State Park (931) 762-9541
- Fall Creek Falls State Park (423) 881-5241
- Henry Horton State Park (931) 364-2222
- Montgomery Bell State Park (615) 797-3101
- Natchez Trace State Park (731) 968-8176
- Paris Landing State Park (731) 642-4311
- Pickwick Landing State Park (731) 689-3135
Hit a Hole-in-One this Father’s Day with a Tennessee Golf Trail Annual Pass
Pass holders enjoy unlimited golf at any of our six traditional courses or the three Jack Nicklaus- designed Bear Trace courses. Passes can be purchased at any Tennessee Golf Trail course and are good for 12 months from date of issue. For more information, visitwww.tngolftrail.com.
Travel through Tennessee with The Tennessee Conservationist
For dads on the go, a subscription to The Tennessee Conservationist magazine is the perfect gift. This award-winning magazine highlights the people and places of Tennessee, while focusing on the natural, cultural and historic treasures unique to the Volunteer State. Dad will enjoy exploring Tennessee’s back roads and State Parks from the comfort of home, six times a year with The Tennessee Conservationist.
Gift Certificates – Always a Good Choice
A gift certificate is always a great gift and may be used across the state at most of our Tennessee State Parks. Books, walking sticks and stylish shirts are just a few of the many items available for purchase with a certificate at our gift shops. Also popular is a round of golf, a cap from the Pro Shop, a night’s stay in one of our inns or a tasty meal at one of our restaurants. Certificates are available from $10 to $250 and can be purchased by visiting one of our resort parks or by calling 800-250-8613.
About Tennessee State Parks
Tennessee’s 56 state parks offer diverse natural, recreational and cultural experiences for individuals, families or business and professional groups. State park features range from pristine natural areas to 18-hole championship golf courses. For additional information, visit the website at www.tnstateparks.com.