Located in Cookeville, Tennessee, this waterfall is referred to as City Lake Falls. Smaller than many falls, it’s nevertheless an appealing location to visit – only 1/4 mile from the parking area. Prints available.
Some waterfalls can be visited only after an exhaustive hike over rugged terrain. Others, such as City Lake Falls, are much easier to observe, requiring only 1/4 mile walk through the forest on a paved trail. Located in Cookeville, Tennessee, you can enjoy this waterfall photography on a print from my gallery – all year long!
Located along Fighting Creek Gap Road in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, not far from the Sugarlands Visitor Center near Gatlinburg, Laurel Falls is a popular tourist attraction.
It’s an easy 2.6 mile out and back hike along a paved trail, though the pavement it quite eroded. Measuring both upper and lower sections of Laurel Falls – which are divided by a railed pathway – the waterfall stands 80-feet tall and provides several scenic viewpoints, if one is willing to climb to the base.
On my visit, I was the first car parked in the lot…by 3 minutes. Capturing photographs without people in the picture requires one to arrive early, so I showed up 1/2 hour before sunrise. Bears are common in this area, though less so once a steady stream of hikers are present. No water. No restrooms.
The trail was completed in 1932 at a cost of $590, providing fire crews access to the Cove Mountain area. Three years later, a fire tower was completed. By 1960, frequent trail use and erosion were problematic, and, as part of the 1963 Accelerated Works Projects grant to the Department of Interior, the trail was paved. Today, with over 800 miles of trails within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, only four trails are paved for a total of three miles.
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Enjoy the beauty of nature in this photograph featuring rushing water with moss-covered rocks. This is Richland Creek, located on the Cumberland Plateau in Dayton, Tennessee, which flows along the Laurel-Snow Trail. Prints available.
Situated in Cookeville, Tennessee, only eight miles from highway I-40 and 1/4 mile into the forest, City Lake Falls is an easily accessible and scenic treat for visitors. If you can’t make the trip, that’s okay – you can enjoy this scenery in your home, on a print from my gallery. Hope to see you soon!
Step onto the rocks and into a moss-covered environment, at Meigs Falls. Located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, this picturesque photography would be a fine addition to your home, to enjoy all-seasons. Visit my gallery to see more.
Enjoy nature in your home or at work, with a print from my gallery at Fine Art America. Located along Meigs Creek, water flows into the Little River and winds through the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Enjoy!
Located roughly 300-feet from Little River Gorge Road, in the Smoky Mountains near Townsend, Tennessee, this waterfall is known as Meigs Falls. In order to capture this particular image, I had to secure my backpack, locate a sturdy walking-stick, and traverse slippery surfaces through Little River to reach Meigs Creek. However, you won’t need to get wet to enjoy this view – simply visit my shop at Fine Art America to discover print options!
This magical spot is known as City Lake Falls, located in Cookeville, Tennessee, 8 miles from the highway and only a 1/4 mile hike into the forest. See more.
Located in Cookeville, Tennessee, City Lake Falls is a small waterfall which can be enjoyed following a 1/4-mile hike along a paved surface through the woods.
There’s ample parking, picnic area, lake for fishing and/or water sports & a wooden viewing platform at the falls – no restrooms.
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