Laurel Falls Trail, Smoky Mountains National Park

  1. Phyll Beach says:

    When I was a child every Sunday after church my parents took my older brother, sister and I on a “Mystery Trip”. (New England is much more condensed than TN, so from Connecticut there was no shortage of great day drips. ) I know they felt the same mission of instilling great memories in us. The odd thing to me is that I can’t remember a single trip out of hundreds, though I greatly enjoyed them at the time. Maybe just the fact that they did it is enough of a memory.

    • suburbanturmoil says:

      You have discovered the ENTIRE purpose of this blog! My kids will remember everything! EVERYTHING! Mwah ha ha ha. 😉

  2. […] 10. Go for a winter weather hike! We chose the Laurel Falls Hike, an easy, paved hike just a few miles away from the Visitor Center that ends with a lovely waterfall. You can read more about our experience here. […]

  3. Paul Eads says:

    Did this trail with the family last summer in the pouring rain. My kids and one of their friends said it was the most fun part of the trip. Best part for me: the hike and view were free. Great blog and information. Thanks for your efforts.

  4. Paul Eads says:

    Did this trail with the family last summer in the pouring rain. My kids and one of their friends said it was the most fun part of the trip. Best part for me: the hike and view were free. Great blog and information. Thanks for your efforts.

  5. […]   Laurel Falls Trail. Got just a few hours to spend in the park? Laurel Falls is the place to go. You’ll find this paved trail just a short drive away from the Sugarlands Visitor Center; enjoy views of the mountains as you walk and you’ll be rewarded at the end with a lovely waterfall. Want more details? I wrote an entire post about the Laurel Falls Trail here. […]

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