Cherokee Road is a scenic trail with beautiful spots to camp. Located in the Sumter National Forest, Cherokee Road is an excellent stop for a night of camping along a running stream or if you just want an easy trail to run with sights to see along the way. After a rain, the Cherokee Road waterfall will flow. It's a roadside fall, so no hiking is required. Just pull off to the side of the road and take a moment to enjoy the view. If it's been dry, this fall is known to slow quite a bit. The road also accesses the Foothill Trails if you want to stretch your legs for a bit.
This well-maintained graded road won't provide any technical difficulty.
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