Northeast Tennessee Waterfalls

A blog dedicated to Tennessee waterfalls in the Mountain Empire. There will be a few from Virginia & North Carolina too.

Saturday, December 17, 2005

Kelley Falls in Greene County


Here's some photos of Kelley Falls in Greene County. Dudley Falls is just two miles down the road. The great thing about these two falls is that a paved road takes you right to both. However, in December 2005 the road was closed to cars for renovation. You can still walk though and I'm sure it will be done soon. Also, this area is great for trout fishing, especially for fly fishing.

Directions: Drive 3.4 miles east of state road 70 on state road 107 to Rollings Chapel Road, the way to Paint Creek Camp. (107 disappears for like 15 miles and then reappears. If you are coming from Washington County & state road 81, then take state road 351 south instead of driving 107 all the way into Greeneville. 351 south will take you the 15 miles or so back to 107.) Drive 0.4 miles, then turn right on Lower Paint Creek Road. The campground and Moses Bend Picnic Area will be found after another 1.7 miles. Then drive an additional 0.5 miles along Lower Paint Creek Road to a small unsigned turnout just downstream from the falls.

1 Comments:

  • At 11:07 AM , Blogger Brenda said...

    Awesome photos. I have enjoyed looking at them. I have some fall photos on my blog, and you are more than welcome to take some of them to add to your site. Bren :)
    http://brencrow.blogspot.com/

     

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