Take a hike.
No, really. I mean it. Most Tennessee waterfalls cannot be seen from the comfort of your car. You have to hoof it - you know, the self-propelled motion thing.
Below is a list of waterfalls in Tennessee that I have visited at some point. Each waterfall page will have detailed information (when available) and pictures. The detailed information includes my own personal rating, GPS location, topographic maps, hike detail, and specific waterfall photo tips.
Oh, and how to get there of course.
Also now available is an online gallery of my finest photographs of Tennessee waterfalls. You can enjoy the view or order prints for a more permanent view. To top it all off there's a waterfall slideshow as well. Take a look below:
Waterfall Finder App for Android
Waterfall-Picture-Guide is excited to now offer our own free android app (sorry i-people) that installs in seconds and gives you an on-the-go waterfall reference for finding and researching waterfalls near you. The waterfall database is searchable with mapping and navigation features. There are several states currently in the database, including Tennessee, with more on the way. Here is the free waterfall finder app!
You can also download the ad-free version here.
There are a few good resources for Tennessee waterfall information that you should know about. Drum roll, please. In no particular order:
Tom Dunigan has a great web page listing all known Tennessee waterfall locations with map links.
Mark Peacock has a blog with great information and photos of Northeast Tennessee, including many nearby waterfalls.
Some nice Tennessee waterfall photographs can be seen on Bill Stowell's website.
More waterfall photos by Wendell Dingus from NE Tennessee, SW Virginia.
If you think your site deserves a listing, give me a buzz.