Visitors to Bear Hill have quick access to the Hall Mountain path network, a swimming seaside, and non-motorized boating and fishing on Bear Hill Pond. Those with developmental and/or bodily limitations are invited to get pleasure from the entire recreational activities of Nevada State Parks. If you wish to request extra help or accommodations, please call the Nevada State Parks division office. We frequently search ways to offer recreational opportunities for individuals of all talents and welcome any ideas you may have.
Petit Jean State Park
The park has 20 miles of hiking trails, the longest sledding magic carpet on the East Coast in the winter, a comfortable lodge and more. Camping, hiking, biking, archery, swimming and fishing are a couple of of the outdoor actions you can do on the park. Forty miles of trails through the heavily forested park, leading to seldom visited marshes, bogs, summits and ponds, provide a big selection of options for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. Tennessee’s Highland Rim and Cumberland Plateau are nationally identified for the cascades, gorges, rock houses and waterfalls nestled amongst their lush forest lands. Nature has mixed this distinctive natural topography with an extensive system of rivers and streams to create significantly distinctive waterfall locations. Many of these waterfall sites – Fall Creek Falls, Caney Creek Falls, Piney Falls, Burgess Falls, Great Falls, and Twin Falls – are located in or near Tennessee State Parks.