Explore the most popular wildlife trails in Tennessee with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Definitely need to get a head start, hiking here at night sucks but in the daytime its beautiful.

walking
22 hours ago

good walking path for dog and don't have to worry about getting muddy.

fly fishing
22 hours ago

Be ready to to slip and slide,did not expect that at all
Felt shoes did very little
Fishing was great
Will definitely go back

Another very well maintained TN state park. The shelters and campground restrooms were very clean. The moderate effort Eagle Point hiking trail is well marked. Nice elevation changes. Campsite #2 offers a spectacular view of the river and a very ample area for several campers. While sitting on the flat rock at the overlook at #2 a bald eagle flew by us treetop 30 yards away...WOW!! There is no water at the campsites so you need to pack it in or you can traverse down a very steep slope to the river. Overall..excellent park with friendly rangers!! Will return.

hiking
23 hours ago

Love the whole Cade’s Cove area. This trail can get crowded at times. Not bad and gets easy once you get over the mountain. Great spot for swimming with a short but pretty powerful falls.

scenic driving
23 hours ago

One of my favorite places. Can be a little crowded at times. They have a salt lick in the middle of the field for tourists to see bears but you usually them along with deer and other wildlife along the roadside.
The trailhead to Abraham’s falls is located at the old gristmill. That’s a hike worth taking.

hiking
23 hours ago

Got away from the crowd with this one. Nice trail, great views of the falls

scenic driving
23 hours ago

hiking
23 hours ago

Easy paved trail. Great falls

Had a great walk today with family...little slow due to hauling the little ones.


Took about 4 hours

Great hike! Awesome views!

Beautiful trail with a gradual incline. I went a week after a snowstorm closed the park, so there were many patches of ice and snow, especially beyond the 3.5 mile mark. The south face of the mountain was mostly slick, though fortunately there are cables set up in sections that are prone to ice.

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