Lost Creek Falls & Cave Wedding Inspiration
Tennessee is full of amazing natural creations. Everything from epic mountain views and hidden caves, to jaw-dropping waterfalls. With more than 500 waterfalls throughout the state, we set out to explore some of middle Tennessee’s most popular waterfalls: Ozone Falls, Lost Creek Falls, and Rock Island State Park.
Each waterfall we visited was unique and beautiful in its own way, and today we’re going to share with you the beauty of Lost Creek Falls & Cave. This waterfall and cave lives up to it’s name….perfectly lost in the middle of Sparta, TN, and it’s worth every minute driving to one of Mother Nature’s most beautiful creations.
When we arrived, we were surprised at how easy and quick it was to get down to the waterfall and cave from the parking lot. They are both very close together with a 0.2-mile hike, and it only took a few minutes to walk down to the 60-foot high picturesque falls. We were also surprised that we were the only people there!
- Location – Lost Creek Falls & Cave
- Hair & Makeup – Southern Belle Beauty
- Bouquet – Rose Moss Designs
- White Gown – Ivory & Grace Bridal
- Burguny Gown – Lulu’s
- Suit – Men’s Wearhouse
- Real Couple – Laura & Jesse Coyne
About Lost Creek Falls & Cave
Lost Creek Falls & Cave are part of 200 acres that were donated to Fall Creek Falls State Park. It’s one of the largest caves in Tennessee, with five entrances, and seven miles of mapped passages. The beauty of this area attracted the Walt Disney Corporation in 1994 to film several scenes from the “Jungle Book” at the area, utilizing both the beautiful Falls and the Cave entrance.
Tennessee State Park Weddings
There are many beautiful state parks across Tennessee that are available for weddings and elopements. Some of the most popular ones in East Tennessee near Knoxville include Norris Dam and Cove Lake. Tennessee State Parks are a natural and affordable option for beautiful weddings with stunning backdrops. For more information on planning your Tennessee state park wedding, visit Tennessee State Parks.