Tennessee Landforms -- waterfalls
36.232580 -82.068260
36° 13.955'N 82° 4.096'W
36° 13' 57.3"N 82° 4' 5.8"W
17S 404002E 4010274N
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Campbell Falls 18'

Waypoint: CTF020 36.232580,-82.068260
County: Carter   landforms of Carter county
Locale: wilderness
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Reference and photo: Dave Aldridge

This falls is on upper Laurel Fork. Per Dave Aldrige, Campbell Falls is named after Warren Campbell, a generous man and an old "Mule Skinner" who logged the mountains upper east Tennessee.

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