Panther Creek Park Trails is a 4.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Talbott, TN that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great park, not many people on the trails.
My brother and I did the point lookout trail, which was pretty steep at some points so a great workout! I do wish that there was a higher platform to stand on or some of the trees were cleared for the view at the summit. It's a pretty narrow window where the trees are thin enough to see through, and even still it's fairly hard to see. The park overall was very well kept and beautiful, and great for a family outing or some camping!
Very peaceful for a weekend hike! I hiked alone so was graced with more wildlife due to the quietness. Trails are great here with all levels of difficulty and rewarding views of Cherokee Lake. Best of all I live right on the edge of the park with a trailhead a block away!!
Amazing park. Great MTB trails. Great camping, and hiking.
Great trail late fall riding you have to pay close attention as you can go off the trail. Beautiful lake views. Wooden bridge, beach, creeks. Rock formations. Day use only. Leave your valuables at home as there was reports of break ins. I have never had trouble though. Lots of pine, all wooded.
My local state park. Fun little area but doesn't compare to the nearby smokies. Trails are also difficult to navigate at times due to terrible marking.
Great place to hike, ride bike, and camp. View of Cherokee Lake is amazing at the end of the park. there is a trail that will take you to the water front where you can enjoy a nice swim.
Great place for hiking, biking, swimming and boating, they even have tennis courts and campsites with playgrounds. Great place for everyone. I went mountain biking there and it was tons of fun.
there are sevral nice trails there for all skill lvls.for biginners there is the wagon trail and the outer panther loop.if thats not hard enough try the farm loop and deer run,piny cove loop located rite off the wagon trail.for advanced there is pioner and trout lilly.trout lilly has a lower and upper loop.have your health insurence paid up on the lower loop.there are some other trails you can ride out there if your brave enough to like lost mine Rd.and seven sink hole trail.not suposed to ride em but ppl do it anyway.there is also an unmarked nameless mtn. bike trail at the main parking area.ya just have to ask around about it when ya get there.its solid mtn. switchbacks up the side of the mountain.its clean and well cared but at less then a mile long its more of a fun diversion then a trail.if your in the area then this is a must stop you wont regret it.have fun be safe. :-)