This Hurricane Gap Road (31) resides in Tennessee in the Cherokee National Forest and joins its counterpart in North Carolina. Gap is another word for a pass or an opening through the mountains. Hurricane Gap is wider than most in the area, offering a rhododendron-covered floor, creeks, and a small number of dispersed camping sites. If dispersed camping is not what you are after, the improved Painted Creek Campground resides at the northern trailhead. It is suitable for any vehicle.
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