PARK IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
Art in the Park 2020 will be September 19th & 20th****
Welcome to the Tumbling Waters Society of Jackson County, Inc. We are a non-profit organization which annually raises funds for the maintenance and improvement of Hurricane Shoals County Park which is operated by the Jackson County Parks & Recreation Department.
Hurricane Shoals is Jackson County’s premier park and stepped in local history. In the last twenty-five years, through the efforts of the County Commissioners, Tumbling Waters, Jackson County 4H, and many dedicated citizens, the Park has become a scenic, family picnic and recreation area. Many historic buildings have been rescued and moved to the Heritage Village. The Park also includes an authentic Grist Mill and mills cornmeal during the Art in the Park Festival each year.
Come step into the past of the growing Heritage Village and enjoy the beauty of Hurricane Shoals Park. This is truly a place that offers something for everyone. Bring your family and friends, picnic baskets, bathing suits, and cameras. History buffs will enjoy ART IN THE PARK each year. Tubing is allowed in the Shoals. In addition to recreational opportunities and learning experiences in the Heritage Village, the Chapel can also be rented for weddings.
Parks & Recreation: 706-367-6350