Burnt Mill Loop Trail is a 4.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Robbins, Tennessee that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Hike along the Clear Fork River almost the entire loop. Connects to John Muir and Honey Creek. Pretty easy going. It is rocky, can be muddy and wet too. Overall easy and well worth it.
Fun times with the fam today at the Burnt Mill Loop!
Arrived late but was able to find campsite and set up before it got dark. Doing the trail clockwise, i found an established site right on the river that was flat and had fire ring. Water level was very low but that didn't stop the beavers from slapping the water all night long:) they knew i was there. Next morning it was an easy hike on around the loop and i arrived back at my car quicker than expected. I only remember one hill climb and it was short and easy. Fun trip!
Really a great trail for exploring this area! Great for dogs and terrain is not too difficult so good place to take family. There are several amazing back country Campsites along the trail as well.
Well maintained trail, we have hiked this loop forward and backward with our dogs.
Nice hike along the river. Both ends of the loop at the parking area are trashy. 200ft from the parking area is clean. Mini Honey Creek hike with rock houses and house sized boulders. I would recommend if you hike the BSF.