Henry Horton State Park Campground Trail is a 2.7 mile loop trail located near Chapel Hill, TN that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Great trail. Well marked. Deep, rock sink holes were awesome! A must do if you are in the area. The staff at Henry Horton State Park were friendly and efficient.
by the river and through the woods, this hike is mild yet beautiful. I always see deer.
The trails entwined so it was hard to have a clear idea of how far you actually went and where exactly you were. The trails are color coated, We had the provided trail map but were confused. All the trails loop though so we walked until we were tired and then jumped back on the color trail that took us back to our car. We had a blast and will do it again... very easy walk.
Great amount of wildflowers. Love the sinkholes.
Great hike. Nice and easy with some great scenery.
You walk past some cool sink holes on this flat and well-marked trail. It was really pretty in the early spring.
Easy trail lots of cool things to see.
Easy with the dogs
Great campground and hiking. Fun and educational programs for kids, including hay rides and animal shows. Very friendly staff.
I loved this hike today! ! it was so extremely hot and sunny out and I did not feel the heat like I could have.. the is hike is mainly under trees and so incredibly peaceful. I would love this on hot summer days and when the foliage changes colors in autumn. Super easy trails and I saw many turtles, birds, squirrels and a couple of rabbits.
I did the Hickory Ridge Trail! It was incredibly short and flat. Most definitely could have been a beginners hike:) Took maybe 30 minutes or so..!
I hiked the Wilhoite Mill Loop trail in October. The trail is easily accessible behind primitive campsite #10, turning right and following the trail along the river. The trail will then loop around through the woods. Lots of walnut trees, pines and other foliage. We saw a white tail deer and squirrels. The trail is an easy 4 mile loop starting at this location.