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The Betty Dunn Nature Center located in Fall Creek Falls State Park was dedicated to the First Lady of Tennessee by Tennessee House Resolution No. 328 in February, 1974, for her tireless energy, creativeness, and talent towards developing the Nature Center into a facility.
Today the Betty Dunn Nature Center includes a small interpretive center and a bookstore. The interpretive center provides information on the region's geologic history, vegetation, ecology, wildlife and cultural history. The bookstore contains resource books for all ages on various natural and cultural resources in Tennessee, especially those on the Cumberland Plateau.
T-Shirts, caps and various other gifts and momemtos can also be found in the Nature Center bookstore.
The Interpretive Rangers, based at the Nature Center, provide programs for scheduled groups as well as first-come-first-served basis. Programs include various nature hikes, canoe trips, spelunking adventures, and star gazing. Contact the Nature Center at 423.881.5708 if you would like to schedule a school group or organization.
Join park staff and volunteers while they teach you a fun craft from local residents. Such as basket weaving or how to make a tie dye t-shirt.
Learn about certain plants, trees or flowers while participating in interpretive hikes with park rangers.