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We enjoyed this more than Fall Creek Falls. Piney creek falls are vigorous but hard to see in their entirety. The suspension bridge is lots of fun but you can’t see the falls from there. Still worth checking out.
Piney Creek Falls is the third waterfall we visited on a recent trip to Fall Creek Falls State Park. It is probably the least visited and certainly the least accessible of the waterfalls found in the park. It is located at the end of a...More
First of all, let me clear up some confusion. These Piney Falls are located in Fall Creek Falls State Park on Piney Creek, about a two mile drive on the loop road from Fall Creek Falls on Cane Creek. These falls are not as high...More
There was a very short hike to the Falls overlook, which is partially obstructed by trees. Then, we went on to the suspension bridge, and over and down to the creek above the Falls. Apparently it is near impossible to actually hike to the base...More
Piney Falls State Natural Area is a protected area near Grandview, just north of Spring City. (Note that Piney Creek Falls is a different waterfall, located in Fall Creek Falls State Park near Pikeville.) The protected area preserves a stretch of Little Piney Creek with...More
You have to be careful climbing down the cable to get to the base of the upper falls but it is a magnificent plunge fall and made the muddy cool winter day a thrilling experience. The lower falls is smaller but has a nice angle...More
The crazy Tennessee Christmas time weather (warm and sunny) sent me outdoors. Growing up I saw the signs, but never stopped. This natural area is located on Hwy 68 between Crossville and Spring City, TN., respectively.
If you are looking for an easy hike...More