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What a great place for a picnic and awesome views, get there early because it fills up fast. The creek that runs thru the park is refreshing especially during the hot months, it's as must stop the kids will love exploring.
We took the loop trail which we would call moderate. Enjoyed seeing the charred trees and logs from the fire because there was also much new life showing that nature has a way of healing man made disasters. Glad there are such places to retreat...More
Chimneys Picnic area is a lovely area to picnic and explore. In the fall there's lovely colors and waterfalls. In the spring there's wildflowers. This is on my list of favorite places to stop in the fall and spring.
We have visited this place several times. It is actually my 11 year old grandson’s favorite thing to do! And it’s FREE!
There are plenty of picnic tables and pull offs. There are huge rocks to climb on and a gentle stream, where the kids...More
We enjoy stopping here and having a little picnic when we come to the Smokies. This time we got fried chicken and tater wedges at the FoodTown in Pigeon Forge and brought it here to eat. Nice place for kids to play in the shallow...More
My family has been visiting this picnic area once a summer for over 30 years. It provides great picnic tables with a grill. The parks service is constantly maintaining the facilities to make sure that the area is clean and accessible. Take a dip in...More
The Chimneys Picnic Area is not just a great place to ewat while surrounded while the beauty of nature. It also offers adventure with a river running along one side and their are many geeat photo opportunities.