Rock Island State Park Campground is a 2.1 mile loop trail located near Rock Island, Tennessee and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and camping and is accessible year-round.
Rock Island is beautiful! The water was cold and refreshing! We went as a family and really enjoyed it. It was busy, which I didn't mind, but the litter was out of control! IF YOU TAKE IT IN, TAKE IT OUT!!!!
Beautiful waterfalls and scenery. Rocks in the gorge can be a bit tricky but worth the hike. LOVED it.
Breathtaking falls (though they don't occur naturally). Lovely surroundings and trails add to the experience.
Easy but beautiful.
Absolutely breath taking views. trails were well maintained. tons of really cool plants and insects to see along the hike. not terribly strenuous but definitely will get the heart rate up. would have loved to be able to find how to get to the other side with the falls. but still beautiful view from across the river.
One of the best places I've ever got the chance to explore.
Very family friendly. Camp Tent sites clean and close together. Great trails, waterfalls. Swimming holes and places to kayak or boat.
Walked the overlook trail which is a terrible overlook with my 2 and 3 yo. It's just a short distance from the parking lot. Then we walked the blue hole trail. The main trail in front of the twin falls is also good for small children. There is also some things to see at the great falls parking area.