Enjoy the Peaceful Sights and Sounds of Three Waterfalls

The Deep Creek Section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers hiking…

The Deep Creek Section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers hiking to three waterfalls, tubing, fishing, horseback riding, and bicycling.

Tom Branch Falls

One of our most photogenic waterfalls, Tom Branch Falls towers at 60 feet, cascading into the cool waters of Deep Creek below. Located 1,000 feet from the main parking area, this waterfall has seating available for onlookers who wish to soak in the scenery and watch tubers float along the creek.

Indian Creek Falls

The smallest of the Deep Creek waterfalls at 25 feet, Indian Creek Falls is located roughly one mile from the parking area. It can be viewed at a distance, or hikers can reach its base via a small platform.

Juneywhank Falls

Juneywhank Falls can be easily accessed via a 0.3-mile trail that starts at Deep Creek’s main parking lot. A bridge spans the width of this 90-foot cascade, allowing visitors to view both the upper and lower sections of the falls.

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