Stanky Creek Trail

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Stanky Creek Trail is a 9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Bartlett, Tennessee that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

9.0 miles 574 feet Loop

dog friendly

hiking

mountain biking

trail running

walking

forest

views

wild flowers

muddy

Stanky Creek is a 6.5 mile out and back trail located near Memphis, Tennessee. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for mountain biking.

1 month ago

2nd half is much cooler than first half.

2 months ago

Overall good flowing trail for memphis. Up hills to test your cardio and down hills are fast. Bridge crossings and one very steep down hill will challenge you mentally. It all can be ridden with a smile. You will run into people and dogs so be cautious. Everyone is always friendly. I ride this trail with my 12 year old and he loves it.
Have fun, ride safe.
Ken

hiking
3 months ago

Great trail, lots of different scenery.

hiking
5 months ago

5 months ago

Good trail with some difficult obstacles.

6 months ago

Loved this single track. I usually ride Herb Parsons which is also great, but this trail has some great manmade and nature made obstacles.

6 months ago

great hiking

6 months ago

it was great hiking in the park. Lots of deer to see

walking
9 months ago

hiking
9 months ago

Good family hike- 3 mile trail with a 9 and 3 yr old in tow and zero complaints

hiking
10 months ago

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10 months ago

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11 months ago

mountain biking
11 months ago

hiking
1 year ago

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1 year ago

I get down to the entrance and see a cop car and tons of parked cars, looks like I picked the same day as a rural 5k. Once I got past the hustle and bustle by the main parking lot I started on the yellow trail, what an awesome hike! I took the road less traveled which made for a better experience, the one bridge was out so I had to traverse a log, a lot more paying attention to the tree markings and finding myself in some very quiet peaceful sections. I did end up on the main path and finished a 6 mile hike on that. If you're looking for an easy to moderate hike stay on the white trail, it's not really marked since the foot path is so easy to follow. The yellow trail however rates more a moderate with its inclines, creek crossings and need to find the path at times. Either way you can't go wrong here!

hiking
1 year ago

hiking
1 year ago

For a trail that is surround by suburbia, it is a great light hike. The tail has a good canopy which helps with the hot summer days. It paths are well beaten and the roots are not too bad. Mosquito will always be an issue in this setting, but it is nothing insect repellent can't handle. The trail was well marked at the start but I stop seeing them after awhile. It is not a big deal because it is nearly impossible to get lost. At worst you would just keep making circles. With the trail being located in the middle of sub divisions, you have parts of the trail that are near major roadways and backyard areas. There is always a way out.

It should be noted that map shows three different trails that can be combined to make one big trail. You can combine for a good 8-9 mile hike if you plan it right. Make sure to take a camera. I saw dear, bug life, moss, mushrooms, tadpoles, among many other things. A good hike to keep the legs loose. A few hills but nothing to serious. Trail is also good for trail running and off road biking.

hiking
2 years ago