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Tom Branch Falls

West Deep Creek Road, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
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Easy

The hike to this waterfall is easy flat and not very hard at all I would take some water but its... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
tinkerbsb
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Mount Juliet, Tennessee
Waterfall beauty

Just about anyone can make their way to this fall. It is a short walk from the parking lot and well... read more

Reviewed 22 August 2017
trivial_matter
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Smyrna, GA
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West Deep Creek Road, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, NC
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The hike to this waterfall is easy flat and not very hard at all I would take some water but its easy. They have a couple bench for you to sit on and just enjoy the waterfall. Its pretty and has a good flow of...More

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Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

Just about anyone can make their way to this fall. It is a short walk from the parking lot and well worth it because it is a beautiful fall.

Thank trivial_matter
Reviewed 1 August 2017

This was a great place for the kids to wade and play in the water. Others were tubing and it looked fun. It was very busy but it was also a Sat afternoon in the summer so we expected that. I think other days might...More

Thank PGAbernethy
Reviewed 25 July 2017

Tom Branch Falls is located in the Deep Creek area of the Smoky Mountains. Ample parking available and nice trails to hike. One trail is a leisurely walk to see the beautiful Tom Branch Falls. You can watch people tubing along the creek that the...More

Thank Sue L
Reviewed 22 June 2017

You can't find too much easier of a hike to view a waterfall. A wide, flat trail led us to this beauty right off the trail. We arrived later in the day, so there weren't a ton of people there. It was a very nice...More

Thank stacymh12
Reviewed 8 June 2017

The falls are about a half-mile from the parking lot. The trail is flat, and it follows Deep Creek. What surprised me was watching the people who were tubing down stream past the falls - - They didn't seem to notice the waterfall as they...More

Thank Kathy D
Reviewed 20 April 2017

From the parking lot for the Deep Creek Trailhead (located just above the campground on the north end of W. Deep Creek Rd, Bryson City, NC) take the main trail approximately 0,2 miles along a fairly smooth trail (strollers with small children may be pushed...More

1  Thank Tim L
Reviewed 17 October 2016

Wide, gravel road to walk to the falls (two other falls in the immediate area). No pets (several people did not realize this). Nice falls coming into the river with areas to sit and enter the river.

1  Thank Travis M
Reviewed 1 October 2016

We visited several of these falls, all within about 4 miles of Bryson City where we were staying. We went for a long walk in the morning, and felt like a much shorter one in the afternoon, and these waterfalls were the perfect choice. Of...More

Thank scootermac
Reviewed 9 September 2016

Nice little hike. There's benches to sit and look at the falls. Very nice. Clear water and relaxing sound.

Thank jporter704
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tadams75
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Response from Kathy D | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there are signs and a map. At the parking lot, you will see a big signboard for the trailhead. The signboard includes a map and other helpful info about the 3 waterfalls and the trails that connect them. Along the... More
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