Does anyone know of any good weekend long hiking trails in Tennessee? I’m from South Carolina and me and my fiance are looking to go hiking. I’m an avid camper and I like to camp primitive (tent and self brought supplies). I’m looking for something moderate in regards to difficulty, with good views and nice camping spots along rivers or wooded areas, that are fairly secluded. Any information would be great. Thanks! Paid or free, doesn’t matter to me.

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  1. Shafter says:

    Cherokee National Forest butts up next to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Both of these Federal lands offer plenty of opportunities for camping, backpacking, and hiking. Cherokee National Forest will have some developed campsites with water, electric, and flush toilets/showers, which the national park will not have. There is also Frozen Head State Park-Nature Area located west of Knoxville trhat offers a lot of back country camping and hiking. I would try "googling" these and see what comes up. Eastern Tennessee is perhaps one of the foremost spots in the Southeastern U.S. for those seeking high adventure.

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