Situated conveniently near the Betty Dunn Nature Center, easy access to the cascades allow visitors of all ages to enjoy the beauty of nature during all-seasons in Tennessee.
Free admission, ample parking, restrooms and a gift shop are available. There is also a brand new suspension bridge across Cane Creek, though still closed during final preparations, providing access to hiking trails.
If you’d be interested in a print for your home, office, business lobby or cafeteria setting, then visit my shop at Fine Art America. Many print types are available to suit your interests!
This close up photography features an edge of the third-tier at Indian Flats Falls, a waterfall located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America to select a print of your choosing as decoration for a room in your home or office!
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.
If you’d like to accent a wall in your home or office with a print featuring my photography, you can visit my gallery at Fine Art America to select the print type which best suits your interests. Many selections available – I hope that you find something to purchase & enjoy!
This scenic black and white photograph was taken at the Burgess Falls State Park, on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee. A variety of prints are available to adorn the walls of your domicile, so stop by sometime and check it out…
You can enjoy these images of running water on a variety of different prints, by visiting my gallery at Fine Art America. Great in the home, office, business lobby or cafeteria setting. Makes a great gift-giving idea, too. Thanks for stopping by!
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.
Available in my galleries at Fine Art America and ArtPal, a variety of fine prints await your purchase as a decorative accent for your home or office. These black and white cascades were photographed in the South Cumberland State Park, upstream of Savage Falls.
These beautiful cascades would make a wonderful accent to a wall in your home. Located upstream of Savage Falls in the South Cumberland State Park, terraced rock surfaces redirect water downstream in a dozen different directions. Visit my galleries at Fine Art America & ArtPal.
Decorate your home with a print of this beautiful North Carolina waterfall – Second Falls. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, this picturesque scenery is the perfect accent to brighten your living spaces. Listen closely and you can imagine the sound of running water – enjoy the great outdoors!