Coffin Spring Trail via Firelook Trail

  • Coneflower (Echinacea tennesseensis) in Frozen Head State Park.


Dogs Yes

Bird Watching

Fall Foliage

11 (miles)



~2500 (+) (Elev. Δ - ft)


Coffin Spring Trail via Firelook Trail is a difficult hike in Frozen Head State Park near Knoxville, Tennessee. This trail is tough with a lot of elevation gain; it may not be the best idea for young children.This trail is dog friendly, so long as your furry kids are on leash. Frozen Head State Park is famous for its incredible displays of wildflowers, ample hiking opportunities and amazing bird watching. In fact, the Audubon Society has named Frozen Head an “Important Bird Area,” meaning it is essential habitat for birds. The park is named after Frozen Head Mountain (3,324 ft.), which appears snow capped during colder weather. There is camping available in Frozen Head State Park.


The park was once part of Cherokee hunting grounds. The area was ceded to the U.S. Government in 1805 with the Third Treaty of Tellico.

Red Tape

Entrance Free, Camping Fees
Contact: Frozen Head State Park 964 Flat Fork Road Wartburg, TN 37887

Tennessee Trails

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