Treehouses Tennessee

Outdoor Adventures For The Whole Family

Hiking, biking and one wheel skateboarding – These trails offer something for everyone.

Benton Falls

At just over 3 miles, Benton Falls Trail snakes along a creek and has an easy but steady incline to reach the falls. You arrive after making a final descent down a stone stairway to a large pool and falls reaching 65 foot in height! 

This is a great location to bring the family, not to mention the drive to get there has it’s own scenic wonders. For hikers looking for a longer hike, the Chilhowee Recreation that these falls are located in have over 20 miles of trails to explore.

Leashed dogs are allowed. Drive time: 1 hour

Falls on Gee Creek

Classified as an easy to moderate hike, the falls are located just over a mile down the Gee Creek Trail. 

Hikers have the opportunity to cross the stream eight times before the trail ends. Round-trip, this trail is approximately 2.6 miles long. There are sure to be prime spots for photography on this creek-side trail.

Leashed dogs allowed. Drive time: 1 hour

Lowry Falls

A short but steep .7 mile hike to reach the gentle cascades of Lowry falls.  Several small waterfalls on the way up. Nice place to hang out for a picnic!

Small children may have difficulty with this climb! Leashed dogs are allowed. 

Drive time: 50 min.

Old Copper Road Trail

A moderate out and back 5.6 mile walk by the majestic Ocoee River. Hikers love the simplicity of just river and rocks on this trail. This trail is a known biking spot, so be sure to bring your gear!

Leashed dogs are allowed. Drive time: 15 min.

Big Frog Trail

A 10.8 mile out & back trail, settled right in the Big Frog Wilderness. Lots of bear sightings,  and this is definitely considered a difficult hike. Come prepared!

Leashed dogs are allowed. Drive time: 15 min.


Bear Paw Trail

A sweet 1.9 mile loop right by the Ocoee river and Cherokee forest. Considered a beautiful and accessible hike for young children. Talk about a dreamy walk through the forest!

Leashed dogs are allowed. Drive time: 40 min.

Goforth Creek Trail

A 2.2 mile, out & back trail, topped with huge boulders and a flowing river. Be prepared to climb over some fallen trees! 

Leashed dogs are allowed. Drive time: 20 min.

Ocoee River Loop Trail

This moderate 9.7 mile loop trail features 2 creek crossings, along with some fun twisting and winding areas. Highly recommended for runners!

Leashed dogs are allowed. Drive time: 20 min.

Boyd Gap to Brush Creek Trail

This is an amazing 12.2 mile, out & back hike, with fantastic views of the river. Local hikers enjoy the elevation changes and dynamic of the trail. Give this one a look!

Leashed dogs are allowed. Drive time: 15 min.


Thunder Rock Express Trail

The 11.3 mile, out & back trail is known for beautiful flowers and it’s moderate difficulty. Be ready for a strenuous uphill climb, and bask in your glory on the climb down!  

Leashed dogs are allowed. Drive time: 15 min.


Hiking In Tennessee Apps

If you are planning to hike in Tennessee the it’s worth your while, and your 99 cents, to download the Tennessee Hiking Trails App.

It contains lots of useful information on hiking, biking, and equestrian trails that provide every skill level with opportunities to see the diverse geology and plant and animal communities throughout the state.

Just click on the image below to visit the app store for more details.

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