Fighting Creek Nature Trail is a 1.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Gatlinburg, Tennessee that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Wooded trail near Sugarlands Visitors Center, old cabin, frequent bear activity This is a self-guided nature trail located just behind the Sugarlands Visitor Center. This is a great hike for families with small children, people on a tight schedule or people not able to take more strenuous hikes. The trail is relatively flat, and leads you around a short loop, with views of the wooded forests famous in the Smoky Mountains. At the far end of the trail, there is a restored cabin that offers a view of the past history of the area. This is also a site of a virtual geocache. This trail is notorious for black bear activity, and is sometimes closed when the bears are frequenting the area.
a very nice trail better to hit this super early as there are way too many tourists/kids on this trail usually. awesome to find the spring house at Ownby's, Yucca's the McCarters planted, the old road along the creekbed..
Easy hike. Loved seeing the old house on this trail.
Short, easy walking trail. Good for families.
A nice introductory trail that originates from the Sugarlands Visitor Center, and can be extended to Cataract Falls by taking a short detour on the Cove Mountain Trail.
Nice easy trail with markers. some street noise heard on beginning of trail. Cabin at midpoint. Can extend trail to cataract falls.
Nice falls, very easy trail. Great for families.