hiking
27 days ago

Hiked the Shoals Creek trail to Crockett Falls. Beautiful scenery but be prepared for hell hill, right before the falls.. on the way out of the park we saw 30 + deer grazing in the fields, absolutely breathtaking!

Very easy hike and peaceful.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice trail inside the Park.

A great trail system on land Davy Crockett had some businesses. I have hiked and camped here since I was very young.

camping
2 months ago

The park itself was enjoyable and had plenty of activities/areas for children to enjoy. The tent camping areas are very tight and mostly on gravel. I would return but instead I would look for a different location to pitch the tent.

Nice trails and beautiful scenery.saw 4 deer

Great trail! Lots of animals running around. Can't wait to come back this way again!

hiking
9 months ago

very short hike. you can park at the David Crockett museum and walk up the road you'll see a sign for waterfall trail. There is another trail across the covered bridge with a small creek. You can walk out and play in the waterfall, fun for kids

hiking
1 year ago

Well marked, very commercialized.

hiking
2 years ago

A very pleasant surprise at the end of a short little trail.

Shoal Creek Trail in Davy Crockett State Park is one of my favorite trails of all time. Moderate hike of a little over a mile along Shoal Creek. Starts in the back of Campground 1 and ends at the back of the park at the falls. Several other trails branch off or connect to this trail to make for a great short hike or an all day one.

hiking
3 years ago

Nice little trail. The waterfall at the end is well worth the trip. Close enough to other trails in the park to combine and make a great hike.