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“These falls are truly unique with a rainforest feel to them as well as being some of highest in the park They are memorable and unique enough to be on a list with Niagara, upper&lower falls in yellowstone, and kau...”
“If you are visiting Great Smokey Mountains National Park, the drive to the trail head is a little bit out of the way.”
“Adorable, peaceful place to enjoy nature... Loved it !!! Great water flow, ducks you can feed, and great picture opportunities.”
“wonderful place to go and sit and relax and watch the river flow by and the kids can play in the water It has picnic areas and a few bridges to walk over...I would highly recommend that you stop at the park if you...”
“This walk goes along the side of the Oconaluftee River between the Oconaluftee Visitor Center at the Cherokee side ofthe Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Cherokee Indian Reservation (Qualla Boundary).”
“This trail is one of only two dog-friendly trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (the other is Sugarlands, near Gatlinburg).”