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First time we’ve stopped and very glad we did! You cannot see this from the road; you have to pull off at the lookout point. Information plaques give a good history of the area. There is a trail from the parking area, but we didn’t...More
We visited Gatlinburg in a waterfall quest. We almost drove by this beautiful spot. Parking is tough as it fills up quickly. We had to wait on a spot. The waterfall was beautiful! There were people jumping off rocks. There is a viewing deck. The...More
We had visited the Sinks previously and enjoyed watching, in awe, the power of these falls. So, without hesitation, we made a return trip to the Sinks this year when we were in the Smokies. The falls are located about 11.7 miles from the Sugarlands...More
We made a quick stop there to stretch our legs. The view is fine, and we saw some teenagers swimming near the other side of the Sink who look like they are having a lot of fun. The place is right by the road with...More
We stopped by the sinks after a long day in Cade's Cove. It was a great place to get in the water and cool off. My wife and I jumped off of the cliff. It was awesome but the swim back to the bank was...More
We heard about this place from a local, wanted something kind of exciting to do with teenagers. Fairly easy to find, area had a lot of rain prior to our arrival so the waterfall area was pretty rough talked to a park ranger there qho...More
I found this place on Trip Advisor and we went last week while camping near Gatlinburg. If you google for "cliff jumping at the sinks" you'll be able to recognize the rock to jump off of immediately. Once you park, head down the trail and...More
Today we pulled off in a parking lot to see what everyone was looking at and we saw The Sinks. The falls were gorgeous. The falls are easy to access with a parking lot on the side of the road. We would go back again!