Nearly four years after the old inn and conference center at Fall Creek Falls State Park closed, a new $40.4 million, 85-room modern hotel, restaurant and conference space was opened on Tuesday, January 4.
A grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting for the Lodge at Fall Creek Falls with Governor Bill Lee and other state and local officials highlighted the special occasion.
“This new lodge is an outstanding attraction at a premier state park,” Gov. Lee said. “It’s an example of why Tennessee has one of the best state parks systems in America. We are eager to welcome the many visitors who will stay at the lodge and continue to make Fall Creek Falls State Park a year-round destination.”
For more, see the January 13 issue of The Bledsonian-Banner.