5 Tips for the Smoky Mountain Guide to  The Sinks Gatlinburg

Where Are The Sinks?

Today, you can find the most beautiful accidental waterfall in the Smokies off Little River Road between Gatlinburg and Townsend. It is located inside the boundaries of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park — just 11.5 miles west of the Sugarlands Visitor Center.

View The Sinks & Take Some Photos

It’s not the kind of point of interest in the park where you are going to need to park, walk, and traverse a trail to see the falls below. Rather, it’s a roadside stop where you can appreciate those pristine Smoky Mountain views without a lot of effort on your end.

Hike the Meigs  Creek Trail

If you are visiting The Sinks during the summer months when water levels are lower, you may be able to hike the Meigs Creek Trail to Upper Meigs Falls. The Meigs Creek trailhead is located just past the parking lot at The Sinks, making it an easy hike to enjoy while you visit this waterfal

More Things to Do Near The Sinks

Throughout the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, there are many points of interest to discover. Some of the most popular points near The Sinks include: – Cades Cove – Clingman’s Dome – Roaring Forks Motor Trail

Burger Master Drive-In

Considering The Sinks is one of the few drive-up waterfalls in the Smokies, it only makes sense to head to a convenient drive-in restaurant after your visit. The Burger Master Drive-In is located in Townsend, just about 3 miles away from The Sinks parking area.

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