Sugarlands Valley Nature Trail is a 0.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Gatlinburg, TN that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. 0.5 miles 22 feet Loop wheelchair friendly kid friendly birding hiking nature trips trail running walking forest river views waterfall wild flowers wildlife no dogs Hide Map Expand Map Sign up now to see this map! Reviews (15)Photos (12)Recordings (6)Victoria B1 month agohikingeasy, a short scenic stroll.Monica Parks2 months agowalkingPeaceful. Short.Jon M.5 months agowalkingEasyWesley Bush5 months agohikingBeautiful for such a short trail. It's so easy, it might as well be paved. If you have young children or aren't physically able to reach other waterfalls, you'll find this one satisfying. The well-worn path crosses a bridge and follows and meandering creek.Christian Thompson1 year agowalkingGreat trail for a quick walk with the kids right outside Gatlinburg. Sidewalk the whole way, accessible for strollers or wheelchairs. Some interpretive signs along the walk.Marsha Roberts1 year agoEasy for kids. Saw a few turkeys but not much.Michael Hall2 years agoJerry T3 years agohikingBeautiful trail for a taste of the SmokiesWhitney Lynch3 years agohikingEasy but a good relaxing trail. Great scenery!! Chris Kessinger3 years agohikingThis trail is great for kids. John Carter3 years agowalkingThis is a short, enjoyable trail not far from the sugarlands welcone center. It is a very nice blacktop trail which provides access for wheelchairs and the disabled. I would urge anyone who is not able to take the more demanding trails of the GSMNP give this a try. Doug Nichols3 years agohikingThe sugar land vally nature trail is a trail for handicapped located about half mile from visiter center twords newfound gap with no waterfall but with several stone chimneys Jared Kessinger4 years agohikingNice little trail while at the visitor center. Very easy so kids have no problems. Sam Butler4 years agohikingGreat for kids. We did this with our three under the age of 6 at the time plus our friends with three kids the same age. It's a nice intro for young kids. Flat & shaded the entire way & lots to look at. Dana High6 years agohikingThe short trail right outside the Sugarland visitor center, nice when you have a few minutes to kill while waiting on friends/family inside the visitor center.