Piney Falls State Natural Area is a 1.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Grandview, Tennessee that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and nature trips.
This was my first official hike. We had a great time and loved the falls. The water was flowing very well. We saw a few more people hiking and spoke to a few. The path to get to the bottom of the upper falls was not marked where to turn but when we asked another couple they told us how to get there. So when you get to the sign for the lower fall there is a small trail that turns at this sign and it runs along the side of the gorge and it takes you to the bottom of the upper falls. We did not find away to the bottom of the lower falls though.
Very good water this weekend. 1/7/17
The water was flowing great today, making the falls remarkable. There was ice as well, which added to the scenery.
falls are flowing strong again
Very beautiful - many colors of Fall leaves but absolutely no waterfall due to very dry late summer. Was interesting to walk on dry rock riverbed though!
The trail itself I would give a 5/5 since it is a beautiful trail, but I have to give it a 3 because it is not marked well at all. The trail has to many forks and ways to go to only have one or two markers. There were not many markers on the actual trail either (talking about small white markers). The trail directions would be much easier to follow if there were some markers.
Fun, but better in spring. The water doesn't flow in late summer very much.
Great trail, but waterfall was almost dried up. Need to go a different time of year.
Really fun we took the kids will do it again
beautiful trail high trail washed out near the falls