Greeter Falls, Tennessee
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Greeter Falls is located in Tennessee. To visit Greeter Falls and other attractions in Tracy City, use our Tracy City vacation route planner.
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I am a waterfall chaser, I've been waiting to see this waterfall for a while. The hike down was very nice, but when we got to waterfall it looked like someone was pouring cups of water off the cliff, ... read more »
Had a great hike here to both waterfalls. There is a small trail that leads to where a small house used to be. Time it right(come on a weekday or during the school year) . The big waterfall lagoon whe... read more »
Greeter Falls is part of South Cumberland State Park, and it is a gorgeous park! The Greeter Falls portion of the park seems to be getting a lot more visitors each year. I have been visiting this area... read more »
Enjoyed the lower falls trail. I would say it was a moderate hike, not for young kids. I bought my 11 year old and she was able to make it fine. If you bring your children watch them very closely there are many hazards. The fall wasn't flowing much but still enjoyed the hike.
Moderately difficult walk and well worth it. Great place to swim!
Great short hike to this Fall. There is a metal spiral staircase that takes you down part of the trail. Some dogs (or people) can get freaked out by it. If you go past the spiral stairs there is a path that takes you down to the same place. Its marked off with a sign (you go under a overhang that I think has some falling rocks so be warned) but for some its better than not going down at all!
Great little hike, and the scenery is great. (Not recommended for wheelchairs or mobility issues) The spiral staircase may be challenging because of the wet surface, otherwise, this is a most see. and the ambience is well worth the short hike. Only about 135 miles from Music City, USA (Nashville) Great for children, teens, and adults (that can walk on their own) of all ages .
Absolutely breathtaking! Plan to camp out at least a day or two and do the trails. The bluffs are incredible and present gorgeous views! If possible, make sure you get there in the Fall when the leaves are changing colors.
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