North Carolina Mountains
Cherokee County North Carolina
Hiking Trails
Bike Trails
Horse Trails
4X4 Trails
Boat Ramps
Looking for places to Stay, Eat or Shop?
Take a look at our listings of:
Local Businesses
Animal Care
Antiques, Arts and Gifts
Attractions and Entertainment
Bed & Breakfast and Inns
Cabin Rentals
Financial Services
Furniture & Appliances
Hair Salons
Home & Garden
Motels, Hotels & Resorts
Real Estate
Custom Search

Cherokee County North Carolina Waterfalls
Neighboring County

Coker Creek Falls, which is a Polk County Tennessee Waterfall, is an easy drive from or Murphy, North Carolina in Cherokee County.

Coker Creek Falls

Polk County, Tennessee

Cherokee National Forest

The Coker Creek Falls is really a series of waterfalls which extends along the trail. There are four major ledge falls with falls varying from 5 feet to 40 feet in height.

Directions From Reliance:

From Ducktown, Tennessee take TN68 north toward Tellico Plains, Tennessee. You may also reach this trail by heading south on SR68 from Tellico Plains. You will cross the Hiawassee River on SR68 and cross into Monroe County.

Just past a bridge over Coker Creek itself (unmarked) turn left onto Bailey Road (also unmarked). This road takes you steeply uphill to FS22 where you will turn left. Shortly thereafter the pavement ends. In about 3.0 miles you will see a sign on the left for Coker Creek Falls. FS2138 turns left and goes steeply downhill for one mile to trailhead parking lot.
Art Prints  
Advertise on This Site
Alleghany County Ashe County Avery County Buncombe County Burke County
Caldwell County Cherokee County Clay County Gaston County Graham County
Haywood County Henderson County Iredell County Jackson County Macon County
Madison County McDowell County Mitchell County Polk County Rutherford County
Stanly County Stokes County Swain County Surry County Transylvania County
Watauga County Wilkes County Yadkin County Yancey County  
North Carolina State Parks   North Carolina Ski Resorts
Nantahala National Forest   North Carolina Recreation Areas    
North Carolina State Forests        
Although we at the Mountain Travel Guide have done our best to obtain the most recent and accurate information, The Mountain Travel Guide accepts no responsibility with regards to the accuracy of information in any of the maps or information provided here or the regulations therein. No personal information is collected by the Mountain Travel Guide unless you provide it by filling out one of our advertising forms or link exchange form, see our Privacy Policy. Cookies my be placed by 3rd party companies.
Alabama Mountains Arkansas Mountains California Mountains Colorado Mountains Connecticut Mountains
Georgia Mountains Hawaii Mountains Kentucky Mountains Maryland Mountains Massachusetts Mountains
New Hampshire Mountains New York Mountains North Carolina Mountains Pennsylvania Mountains South Carolina Mountains
Tennessee Mountains Virginia Mountains West Virginia Mountains    
    What's New provides numerous links to other Websites. These links are for the reader’s convenience and does not accept any responsibility for the content of these other sites, nor for the experience that the reader has with these sites.
Mountain Travel Guide
Copyright @ 2000-2014