Lowland Trail is a 3.7 mile loop trail located near Granville, Tennessee and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
This trail wasn't labeled; we found it at the end of Holleman Bend Lane where there was a small boat ramp and parking lot. Trail was nice and wide, wet / muddy in low places, went along the water, and shared with horse riders. There were some pretty views of the river between the trees / brush. However, we discovered that the 3.7 mile loop wasn't really a loop; the halfway point was actually a small circle at the end of the trail which appeared to jut into the water. Essentially, we were supposed to walk around the little circle and go back the way we came. Instead, we thought we were supposed to take another trail that connected to the one we were on near the circle and head left away from the water. That was part of a network of horse trails, and in talking to some of the riders, we discovered we'd have several more miles of walking if we stayed on it. We had to exit through a right of way between two houses that took us to Slave Cemetery Rd, then take a left on Holleman, and walk back to the parking lot. Next time, we'll go back the way we came, and thank goodness for the riders that steered us in the right direction!