Hit the Scenic Trails of Ocoee Country
Follow the footsteps of John Muir…
The Ocoee Region is full of beautiful, scenic hiking trails that will that will allow you to experience nature at its best! Forget the hustle and bustle of daily life and truly unwind as you meander through our wilderness, along streams lined with rhododendron and mountain laurel…
Whether you enjoy long winding trails that are difficult or a short trail perfect for the kids, the Ocoee Region has something for you!
Following are some favorite trail systems in the Ocoee region, for a complete list of trails click
Ocoee/Hiwassee District Office
3171 Hwy 64
Benton, TN 37370
John Muir NRT – FS Trail 152. Length: 20.0 miles. Rated: Moderate. Hiking Only. This trail follows the route taken by Sierra Club founder, John Muir, during his travels from Kentucky to Florida. It follows the Hiwassee State Scenic River, providing beautiful views of the river. The section from Childer’s Creek to Big Bend, 3 miles and rated as easy, is known for its wide assortment of wildflowers, birds and butterflies.
Cherokee National Trail Maps Foresthttps://www.fs.usda.gov/main/cherokee/maps-pubs