Trotter Bluff Small Wild Area was set aside by TVA to preserve the large limestone sinkholes that provide a unique environment for amphibians and wildflowers making this a great trail for nature lovers. Along the trail are artifacts discarded after building Douglas Dam as well as ancient chestnut stumps. Young bald eagles have been observed in the tailwaters below the dam.
Amenities: Parking, bathrooms, boat ramp, picnic tables, benches.
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