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The Wandering Llamas

LLama Hiking, Llama Packing, Hikes with Llamas, llama parties, tennessee llamas, Llama events


Our trails offer something for everyone…

from flat, wooded forests to smooth mountain vistas to refreshing cool creeks! 

Stroll through the pristine woods, run through open fields full of flowers and relax while gazing at  the mountains or a small cascading waterfall. Choose which trail suites your needs and hiking abilities. Our meeting points for all hikes are located at the actual trailheads, which are near Greeneville, TN.  


1. Our Llama Farm - For events, glamping, and cool weather hikes, Greeneville, TN

2. Hobbit Creek Trail - Our hot weather trail,  Chuckey, TN 

3. The Burnett Gap Trail- Our wilderness trail, near Del Rio, TN

4. The Evergreen Trail - Our cool weather trail, Mosheim, TN 

We will EMAIL you the directions to the proper location AFTER you make your reservation.

PLEASE make sure you know the proper location for your specific reservation.

Email for availability and more Info!   [email protected]

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Located in the Cherokee National Forest near Chuckey, TN

This trail is available for ALL TYPES of treks during warm weather, closed in Jan, Feb and March

This flat trail offers an easy jaunt over many sparkling creeks. Cool off your feet on a hot summers day in low water crossings(levels range from a few inches up to 2 feet after heavy rains). Your feet will get wet so wear water shoes, old sneakers or sandals. This trail is shady and cool and best for hot summer treks. Along the way, you will see many pretty cascades to photograph and at our turnaround spot there is a small waterfall! On occasion, we may see bears, deer or turkeys and other small wildlife. This is a public trail, we may see other hikers, bikers, horses and Jeeps along the way. Dogs allowed on leash(restrictions on HOME page).

  • All hikes start at 11am(unless otherwise stated)
  • 2-3 miles round trip
  • Easy to moderate, mostly flat
  • Rocky and muddy in spots
  • 4 easy creek crossings (please wear water shoes, sandals, hiking boots, etc, NO flip flops)
  • Cell service, restrooms(closed during off-season Nov-Apr)
  • There are tent camping spots and a few RV spots located at this trail(HorseCreek Campground), but they are first-come, first-served

Directions to the trail will be emailed to you after making your reservation or you may print directions from here....

DIRECTIONS to Hobbit Creek Trail in the Cherokee National Forest)Horse Creek Recreation Area, 2415 Horse Creek Park Rd, Chuckey, TN 37641. From I-81 in TN, Exit on #23 Greeneville and heads towards Greeneville. You will be on 11E(Andrew Johnson Hwy) and go ALL the way through Greeneville (towards Jonesboro/Johnson City). DONT turn to go downtown. Stay on 11E and pass Food City, Lowes and the only Walmart, keep going. Make right on Hwy 107E(Tusculum ByPass)and go 5.7 miles. Pass Hwy 351. Look for sign on right that says Cherokee National Forest Recreation area. Turn right after sign on Horse Creek Park Road. Horse Creek Park Road is a small neighborhood road that winds its way to the Forest. Go about 3 miles, and it will sharp curve to the right. Go right. (DONT take Broyles Rd). Keep following Horse Creek Road to Park Entrance. As you enter the Cherokee National Forest, you will see the FIRST parking area to the left with a metal gate. Its directly across from Old Forge Rd. Pull in there to park and you will see my truck and horse trailer. Clean restrooms available(closed during Nov-Apr).


In Cherokee National Forest between Greeneville, TN. and Del Rio, TN.

This trail is available for ALL TYPES of treks during cool weather. This hilly trail offers a moderate jaunt on an old logging road bed. It's wide, has NO water crossings and has a few slight inclines, but not too steep. On occasion, we may see bears, deer or turkeys and other small wildlife. This is a quiet public trail, so we may see other hikers along the way, and also horses with riders. 

NOTE: NO restroom, NO cell phone signal at this trail location. 

Dogs allowed on a leash(see restrictions on HOME page).

Directions to the trail will be emailed to you after making your reservation or you may print directions from here....

DIRECTIONS from Greeneville, TN

Take Asheville Hwy (Hwy 70) south and pass the South Greeneville High School. Pass Hwy 351 and look out for Hwy 107. There will be a Creekside Market gas station and store. Its your LAST CHANCE to get food, gas, supplies and use the restroom. Its also your last chance to have a phone signal, as you will lose it from here on out.

Make right on Hwy 107 and go 11 miles. You will pass the HOUSTON VALLEY Recreation area(closed) and then see signs for Burnett Gap Trail on left. If you get to Meadow Creek Rd, you just passed us….

Pull into Burnett Gap Trail parking area. We will not have a phone signal so if you are lost, I won’t be able to get a call from you. However if you need to call and leave a message that I will get later, its 423-426-7626. There is NO restroom at this trailhead.


Come to our private llama farm, where you can view all of our llamas, our unique FoxDen Treehouse and the gorgeous mountain views before heading out down the quiet country road.  We will walk along a paved road and stop in a pretty hay field for photos! View lovely farms, hay fields and some gorgeous horses along the way. The road is mostly flat, with one slightly steep hill. 

If time allows, we will also stop at a small creek at the end of the trail. This trail is not available in hot summer weather. Trek is about 2 hours long and 2 miles. 

Our farm is located at 1516 Foxford Rd in Greeneville, TN. There is no restroom available here, so please stop beforehand if needed. Plenty of parking and cell service is available. 


Private property(horse farm) located in Moshiem, TN

This trail is available for ALL TYPES of treks during COOL weather only. This lovely trail is very diverse and has beautiful mountain views, open grassy fields, a small creek, 8 ponds and some moderately steep hills. The Cedar trees which surround the trail are dark and lush and in spring and summer, the wildflowers are gorgeous. This trail can be very hot in summer, so we generally don't use it from May-Sept, but boasts wonderful colors in Autumn. There are no water crossings. Since this is private property, we wont see any other people on the trail! 

* Dogs allowed on a leash.

* Hikes start at 11am (in winter, we start at Noon)

* About 2-3 miles round trip

* Moderate to strenuous with some hills

* No water crossings

* Cell service, no restrooms (coming soon)

Directions to the trail will be emailed to you after making your reservation or you may print the directions here....

DIRECTIONS-EVERGREEN TRAIL McMillan Farm, 495 McMillan Rd. Mosheim, TN 37818. 

From I-81, exit on the Greeneville Exit #23. Turn south towards Greeneville. You will be on Hwy. 11E. Continue on 11E about 6 miles to Hwy 348(Midway Rd). Take a right, go past school, go over bridge. Take first left, Shackleford rd. Stay on Shackleford rd for about 1-2 miles. When road splits at white fence, go STRAIGHT on McMillan Rd. Stay on McMillan, pass Wood & Pallet Company, keep going. At curve, look for llama sign on left, 495 McMillan Rd…"McMillan Farms" . Please wait at security gate and call me for the code. 423-426-7626 Sorry, no restrooms at this trailhead(coming soon). 

OWNER/GUIDE: Sandy Sgrillo      ASSISTANT GUIDE: Alison Sherman

ASSISTANT GUIDE: Tiffany Pollack        ASSISTANT GUIDE: Marty Dedrick

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The Wandering LLamas, LLC is fully licensed and insured and holds legal permits for hiking in the Cherokee National Forest and on private properties.