Gentry Creek Falls Trail
Plan Your Next Hike on the Gentry Creek Falls Trail
A Trail Rich in Local History
Covering 2.3 miles of moderate terrain, the Gentry Creek Falls Trail is full of history and fun water crossings as you make your way to this double falls water feature. Located in Cherokee National Forest in Northeast Tennessee, this historic trail was discovered in 1796 by Joseph Gentry as part of his iron works near Laurel Bloomery.
A favorite among local families, hikers, and trail runners alike, the Gentry Creek Falls Trail provides an adequate challenge for hikers of all levels. Just minutes away from Mountain City, Tennessee and Damascus, Virginia, the Gentry Creek Falls Trail provides endless possibilities as you plan your next outdoor adventure in the Southern Appalachians.
Maintained by the Southern Appalachian Work Center, this historic trail not only provides many hiking possibilities, you can also be a part of the maintenance of this trail this rich in local history. Please click below for more information on working with the Southern Appalachian Work Center.
Hike and Work on the Gentry Creek Falls Trail