Juney Whank Falls, located in the Deep Creek area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is nice waterfall, with an observation bridge and benches. The fall is short walk from the parking lot, but a someone steep walk up to it, depending on which path you take.
The hike up Juney Whank Falls Trail to the falls is a short hike, but steep. The trail will take you up and then down to a small footbridge that crosses over Juney Whank Falls. The footbridge provides for a nice area to sit and view the 80 foot waterfall up close.
While not a large and heavy flowing waterfall, Juney Whank Falls is still very pretty, and close enough to touch from the trail and footbridge. The surrounding woods makes for a nice and shady retreat in the summer as well. As you can see below, it’s gorgeous in the Fall.
Deep Creek is home to three different waterfalls, that are easily accessed using the Deep Creek Loop Trail: