As 1862 drew to a close, President Abraham Lincoln was desperate for a military victory. His armies were stalled, and the terrible defeat at Fredericksburg spread a pall of defeat across the nation. There was also the Emancipation Proclamation to consider. The nation needed a victory to bolster morale and support the proclamation when it went into effect on January 1, 1863. The Confederate Army of Tennessee was camped in Murfreesboro, Tennessee only 30 miles away from General William S. Rosecrans

Nice trail. Interesting to learn about the battle that took place here. I've done this hike on 3 separate occasions and enjoyed each time.

Nice for a morning walk with the dogs.

A little confusing..

4 months ago

Nice walk and lots of wildlife

Well kept and easy trail for families with little children.

11 months ago

Nice. I live in this area and my doffed love walking here. Lots of wild life too!