The Friends of the Cumberland Trail work to preserve and protect the environmental, cultural and historical resources of the Cumberland Trail corridor, to provide related educational opportunities, and to support park needs.
Friends of the Cumberland Trail
PO Box 337
Caryville, TN 37714
As soon as we receive your check, you will be added to our member records and will receive an email confirmation.
You can join or renew any time by visiting this page. We'd love to have you!
Head of Sequatchie 2017 Open Days →
The Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail has announced 2016 open dates for the Head of Sequatchie, site of some of… Read more… →
Trail Alerts **Updated 2/22** →
*Rhea County: OPEN: Laurel-Snow State Natural Area has re-opened. Work crews have removed the defunct bridge that spanned Laurel Creek. A new… Read more… →
Boiling Spring Bridge Collapse →
Hikers have reported that the Boiling Spring bridge on the Rock Creek segment has collapsed. →
Reminder: Cave Closures on State Lands →
Due to the occurrence of bats with white nose syndrome (WNS) in Tennessee, caves on state-owned lands are closed to the public until… Read more… →
TN River Gorge: Suck Creek Bridge Closed →
Suck Creek bridge near Mushroom Rock is damaged and closed at this time. →