Being there are so many breathtaking waterfalls within relatively short distances of our properties, we’d like to take this opportunity to carve out a little space and shine some light on these magnificent gifts from God. The purpose of this blog will be to provide some analysis on these waterfalls and share with you some first-hand experiences from those who’ve had the pleasure of visiting these wonderful waterscapes.
If you are travelling through the area (whether heading North, South, East or West), we encourage you to add-in a little extra time during your route to visit some of these attractions, as we’re confident it will create an unforgettable memory for you and your loved ones. (other than gas money, they are basically free, and with many of them, you can basically be back on the road in as little as 30 minutes.
To start off, our friend Stuart Deming from Xplr.nash has put together his top ten list of Waterfalls within Two Hours of Nashville. Both highly informative and entertaining, we feel this video provides a good analysis on some of these waterfalls and shares with you some key thoughts on each.
For each of our properties featured on this website, we’ve put together a short database of waterfalls within their respective areas. Each list includes every waterfall within two hours of the property, sorted by driving distance – nearest to farthest. Also, included in this list are Google Visitor ratings and degree of difficulty (if applicable) in regards to hiking strenuosity.
You can find this information on each of our property pages about halfway down the page.
To round-out our waterfall report, below you will find a hand-crafted Google map which includes every single waterfall in our surrounding areas. Please note that due to the shear number of waterfalls, the map below looks like a giant cluster of icons. To help catch your breath – zooming -in will allow you differentiate each waterfall, and clicking on each one will take you to the World Waterfall database, which provides a bit more detailed information on the respective waterfall.
“Waterfalls are the bacon of landscape photography; there’s nothing they don’t make better.”