Lady’s Bluff Small Wild Area offers views of gnarled old cedars, limestone outcrops and sinkholes as well as spectacular views of the Tennessee River. Wildflowers such as shooting star, jack-in-the-pulpit and wild ginger bloom here in abundance in mid-to-late April and early May. In mid-October, a wildlife refuge becomes a landing strip for thousands of migrating ducks and geese making their annual visit.
Lady's Bluff Trail is a TVA managed trail that is also a National Recreation Trail located near the Kentucky Lake. The trail follows along a gentle to moderately steep grade as it winds through the forest to an overlook; stone steps are provided in steep areas and footbridges span two stream crossings.
Amenities include parking, hiking, camping, hunting.
For more information, visit TVA's Trails webpage.