White Cliff Road is a beautiful mountain road that twists you from the Tellico Plains area of the Cherokee National Forest. The trail runs between Starr Mountain and Bullet Creek roads along Hogback Ridge, skirting the northern slopes of Black Mountain. This trail has fantastic fall colors. There aren't any campsites along this road.
Cane Creek Mountain Road is a sparsely used dirt road that winds down off of the Cherohala Skyway into the vast wilderness. While the trail begins and ends in the Cherokee National Forest, it does cross private land. Please be respectful of the private properties. There are not any camping spots along this route.
Set in the heavily wooded Cherokee National Forest, Doublecamp-Jake Best road winds through the deep hollow of Doublecamp Creek until you reach the ridge along Salt Spring Mountain. It then descends back down along Jake Best Creek. The trail begins and ends on Citico Creek Road. There are multiple dispersed camping sites along this route.
Citico Creek Road is a well-maintained gravel road that follows along the beautiful crystal-clear waters of Citico Creek through the heavily wooded Cherokee National Forest. There are multiple designated primitive campsites and a couple of established campgrounds along this road.
Waucheesi Mountain Road is an out-and-back route in the Cherokee National Forest that climbs to an open mountaintop meadow with an incredible 360-degree view of the surrounding mountains. There are dispersed campsites along the trail, but the weather conditions can drastically differ at the top and bottom of the mountain. Choose wisely.
Bald River Road is an easily traveled gravel road in the Cherokee National Forest that heads west from the Tellico River. Crossing Basin Gap, you can turn left onto Waucheesi Mountain Road to an amazing viewpoint. Continuing west over the gap will take you to the Sixmile Creek area. The only camping available on this road is the Holly Flats Campground.
Conasauga Creek is a beautiful drive along and through the stream just south of Tellico Plains. Set in the dense woodlands of the Cherokee National Forest, the trail runs from near Watertrough Hollow to Epperson crossing just below Bakers Grave Mountain. The trail has multiple water crossings. Keep a lookout for the waterfalls. There aren't any campsites along this route.
Welcome to the Natchez Trace State Forest! This scenic, easy out-and-back trail looks like it could get muddy if it rains hard. There is a small ridge to get up to the camping area, so a four-wheel drive is a must here. The road is wide enough for larger rigs. There is a spacious campsite as well.
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