Rotary Park Loop Trail is a 0.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Clarksville, 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.
This is a great trail system but could be better marked it's a intermittent skill level because of some of the technical parts lots of big roots and some rocks the ground in some of the turns has loose small rock but all around great trail
Pretty cool park! Probably would have been better if I had a bike. Not 0.8 miles
Beautiful creek and nice trails
My favorite in town
It's one of my favorites
The wife and I rode the trains and also hammock by the stream very nice and peaceful park and the trail heads are challenging!
Has some great twists to it. Pretty rough in some areas. Gives ya a little bit of everything out there. The park is under construction at the moment, installing a sewer line. Should be done by spring 2015. People out there do a great job maintaining the trails. Signs are in the works to make it better
Pretty easy to get lost on this trail, but that is not such a bad thing here. Side trails might be equal to actual trail.
Great track to go to. The trails lead everywhere but it's fun getting lost. Didn't see many beginner parts. Mostly intermediate to experienced.
my family and I did this trail. it's kinda easy to get lost on here, we went on a trail that was on the right side with the creek and ended up in a neighborhood where some old man chased us back in the woods. but we had fun getting lost and we did about 7 miles that day.
Once you're off the main drag and get on the trails, there's a lot more to it. It was beautiful minus the all the mud.
Excellent trail for the whole family. Just make sure you arrive early because the trails branch out. And if you want to see a whole lot, you might want to take all of them.
I was pleasantly surprised to have found this in Clarksville. Great little loop with lots of trails branching off.
OK... first pull up and doesn't really look like much, but get off the asphalt and hit a trail and there are so many trails. Their are a lot of hills and a hour and a half of riding I only saw a small portion of them. This will be an everyday event for me riding my bike. Only 4 stars due to not enough signs, though its very hard to get lost,
Nice trail, no markings and lots of dead ends. Park sign claims 3 trails but there are lots that are not marked.
Overall experience was very good; nice and placid trail to go; I wish I had more time to explore. I would recommend it to anybody who wants and easy and quiet trail.