Katy Branch, a former Youth Conservation Corp Camp, is a private outdoor pavilion surrounded by beautiful Tennessee woodland in the Cherokee National Forest. Natural Features: Katy Branch is located in open woodland. A more heavily forested area and an open area, part of which is used for parking, is adjacent to the pavilion area. Recreation: Forested land is available for hiking and exploration and an open area is available for group activities. Facilities: Rental facilities include an open pavilion with fireplace and four large picnic tables. The pavilion is attached to a building that contains two accessible restrooms and a "kitchen" area with stainless steel sink, microwave and refrigerator. A large outdoor charcoal grill and five folding tables and 80 folding chairs are also available with the rental. The pavilion is located about .5 miles on a gravel road, closed to the public. Nearby Attractions: Katy Branch is located about half-way between the towns of Greeneville and Erwin. Though it is not located on the Nolichucky River, the river is only about .5 miles away.
From Greeneville travel east to 11E to TN State Road 107. Travel approximately 14.5 miles to the gate at Katy Branch located on the right. (Landmarks will include Clark Creek Road on the right and Jackson Bridge Road on the left.) Unlock the gate and travel about .5 miles to the pavilion.