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Colditz Cove State Natural Area

#1 of 1 things to do in Allardt Features Animals
1 mile off Hwy. 52, Allardt, TN
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Fun natural area with a pretty waterfall. Steep drops around falls requires attention with small... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Wake511
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Beautiful Hike ... not strenuous at all !

We did this hike today with Tennessee State Naturalist Randy and it was a great hike of about two... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2017
hawkinlady
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Naples, Florida
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1 mile off Hwy. 52, Allardt, TN
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Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Fun natural area with a pretty waterfall. Steep drops around falls requires attention with small kids. Beautiful hike to the bottom of the falls.

Thank Wake511
Reviewed 16 January 2017

We did this hike today with Tennessee State Naturalist Randy and it was a great hike of about two hours. It was a very pleasant walk thru old Hemlock groves and lush rhododendrons ! It has rained a day before our hike so it was...More

Thank hawkinlady
Reviewed 14 October 2016

Very pretty, clear and quiet. A nice couple hours max to do a good low level hike! Can be slippery behind the falls..wear good hikers, and bring water!

Thank Beth M
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Stopped based on the great trip advisor reviews. They didn't fail us, this a gorgeous natural area. We were a bit sad our pets weren't with us, but after seeing the cliffs, I'm kinda glad they weren't. We keep them leashed, but still a scary...More

Thank jenbuick
Reviewed 23 June 2016

This was a nice hike. We took our small dog. He didn't have any trouble. The trail was a little confusing because it splits close to the beginning and it isn't obvious which way you should go. You can go either way. You can walk...More

Thank traveler80158
Reviewed 23 February 2016

Hiking trails surround the gorge so bring your hiking shoes and a walking stick. The waterfall is about 60' high and you can follow the trails and walk under the falls. An exciting and memorable experience. Also remember it's easier going down than going back...More

Thank Rick W
Reviewed 3 December 2015

We went hiking after 5 days of rain. The falls were unbelievable! We saw so many smaller falls, too. Parts of the path were flooded, but there were ways around all of it. Passed one other couple. We're recent transplants to the area, and we'll...More

Thank linnie481
Reviewed 4 August 2015 via mobile

I hiked on a Monday. I didn't see anyone else my entire hike. I hiked down to the bottom of the falls. It's very wet and rocky. It's well worth the hike to the bottom of the falls.

Thank Aussiedogg
Reviewed 8 April 2015

Very pleasant 1mile walk thru the woods to the waterfall. You can walk down to the falls and under it. We were a little early in the year as far as the Rhododendrons had not blossomed out. Enjoyable afternoon in nature.

Thank EWS33
Reviewed 8 January 2015

Terrific views of Northrup Falls with trail behind the falls. Be careful around the falls especially in winter weather. Nice trail loop and not too strenuous for a quick hike.

Thank Tennswede
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