JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — Frozen Head is a little-known jewel of a Tennessee state park tucked away in the Cumberland Mountains, a mountain range west of the Smokies. Steep forested peaks and deep valleys diffused with rock formations characterize this state park that was settled in the early 1800s by simple farmers, Johnson City Press reported.
The logging era ended in the 1920s, and Frozen Head was declared a forest reserve, Johnson City Press explained.
This is an ideal park for active people who like a small campground but want plenty of activities all within walking distance of the campground Johnson City Press described.
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