This waterfall is viewable from the road and is fairly easy to get to. The kids enjoyed the walk through the water to get there. There was a very large snake near the falls and he didn't seem very happy to see us. So be careful and watch your feet.
I was specifically looking for falls that didn't require a hike since we had several small children in our group. Meigs Falls is visible from the road and is a beautiful photo op. If you have the time you could walk through the river and walk back to the falls. Highly recommend.
This waterfall was noted in one of my GSM guidebooks. If we would not have had the guidebook to tell us that the falls were there we would have never seen them. They are clearly visible from the road and there is a nice area for you to pull over and view them. This would be an easy drive from... 更多
Its' easy to miss Meigs Falls, but it very beautiful and visible from the Little River Road. There is a place to pull off for taking pictures and anyone who decides to check it out, will not be sorry.
I love this waterfall right off the road. We strap on our water shoes and make our way back to the fall even with a 5yr old. Other members of the family who don't want to wade through the stream can stay up at the road and just enjoy watching the beautiful scenery and waterfall. Right about 3:45 in June... 更多
Not the world's most impressive waterfall, but on the road to Cades Cove and worth a stop. The waterfall is across the river from the road. I do not recommend you try to wade across the river, as one tourist did today. She seemed to be ok, though.
This is one of the few waterfalls in the park you can see from the road. You have to pay attention or you can easily pass it as it is back in a little gorge. It is a average kind of waterfall and not particularly photogenic. The pull off is long and easy to get into
If you are traveling the Little River Road from Cades Cove to Sugarlands, this waterfall is easy to find on the right side of the road. There is a good size pull-off and you can either enjoy the view or get your camera out and take a picture.
Although I've been to the Smokey Mountains park several times, and the rangers always talked about seeing the falls from the road; I've always managed to miss it, since I'm usually driving an focus on the road. This April, I saw someone taking a picture from a pull-out and saw the falls out of the corner of my eye. So... 更多