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Stillhouse Hollow Falls is a 75-foot high waterfall in the center of a 90.35 acre wooded tract, located in Southwestern Maury County (near Mt. Pleasant), and the juncture where the counties of Lewis, Lawrence, Giles and Maury meet. Stillhouse Hollow is located on an unnamed tributary stream of Big Bigby Creek, one of two primary streams that feed the world-class Duck River.
One again, without the Tennessee Parks and Greenway Foundation and their public/private partnerships with the state of Tennessee, Stillhouse Hollow Falls would not be open to the public. The Falls were saved by the Foundation in 2006. Here is a copy of the brochure, describing the area, the falls and the campaign to save it.
by Pat Byington, Editor of The Green Register