Experience a Smoky Mountain waterfall without the hike, and without nosy tourists and all the government restrictions and permits! The waterfall is on my private property which borders the Smoky Mountain National Park on a dead end road. It’s only three miles (eight minutes) from the main venue.
Two historic structures are near the waterfall for nostalgic backdrops. The old, leaning barn is almost 100 years old, as is the Appalachian Style home next to the waterfall. A small pavilion will keep the rain off long enough for photographs if you’re unable to change the photography time at this site.