Coker Creek Falls
Coker Creek Falls Trail is a 4.7 mile out and back trail located near Coker Creek, Tennessee. The Coker Creek Falls Trail is a moderately difficult trail within the Cherokee National Forest with a series of beautiful waterfalls and swimming holes. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
How to Get There
From Highway 68, turn onto County Road 625, and after about 0.75 miles, take a left onto Ducket Ridge (NFSR 22). After 2.25 more miles, turn left on NFSR 2138 and the trail-head will be at the end of the road.
Hiking, swimming, birding, gold panning.
This area flourishes with rhododendron, mountain laurel, and a variety of ferns in the spring and summer. Also, Coker Creek Falls is tucked into a corner of Tennessee that is the only spot in the state ever to have produced gold, so you might see people panning for it along the hike.