Panther Creek State Park
Panther Creek State Park consists of 1,435 acres of wilderness in the Cherokee Reservoir in the historic Holston River Valley, six miles west of Morristown. Formerly occupied mainly by the Cherokee Indians, the park remains a popular destination point for everyone.
You will not run out of things to do at Panther Creek. The park includes 17 different hiking trails that span more than 30 miles of terrain at varying levels of difficulty. There are also more than 15 miles of mountain biking trails and seven miles of horseback riding trails with more under construction. If your interests include fishing, try your luck on Cherokee Lake where you can catch bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish, rock fish, and bream. Nearby establishments provide boat rentals, bait, and picnicking supplies. Call today or e-mail today for more information!