Twin Forks Trail is a 1.5 mile loop trail located near Murfreesboro, Tennessee and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
I did this short hike today despite some reviews. I agree, the fishing areas are disgustingly filled with debris and I could see it being overgrown. I was wearing long sleeves and being fall, the trail was not to thick. I may go back to check out longer sections if I'm in the area.
* would not do this trail in spring or summer!!
P. S. the seemingly abandoned park area was creepy.
1st visit today with a small group to ride horses. trails are not maintained nor clearly marked. very trashy in certain areas. don't know if I will return unless i see better reviews. the trails and park overall need a lot of work!
Hardly ever maintained, but I do have a lot of fun exploring out here. The trail heads are easy to find at Walter hill dam and at nice mill dam, but the trails can get overrun by growth and debris. Not usually trashed, but the more popular fishing spots can be.
Fun to explore if you're wanting to go somewhere where you will see zero people.
The only trails I could find were very short (like less than 1/4 mile) or marked as a horse trail (which was very muddy). There's no clear markings for the trail heads. There was a boat ramp for anyone who wants to get on the river.
Trail? What trail? Hard to know where it even is. Poorly maintained and garbage everywhere.
Really wanted to like this trail, but from the start, it appeared abandoned and overgrown, with trash overflowing from trash bins. Felt very unsafe, and I turned around without proceeding.
filthy, trash everywhere!
Murfreesboro is relatively flat but from a trail running perspective only it does have enough elevation change and obstacles to provide a challenging run, especially if you up your pace. The trail goes along the river which adds some scenery. Stones River Battlefield is a more groomed trail, if that is what you are looking for.
Zero elevation change, nothing interesting to see except an abandoned rec area. Wouldn't do this one again.
Good hike...probably great if you're a horse or riding one. We were walking with three small kids in June. Thankfully not recently rainy or it'd been a mudfest. The 1.5 mile length makes it a good recommendation for kids if u can handle the bugs, webs, and other minor trail stuff.
Easy course and some hills. You will have to run single file for most of the run if you bring a friend. The trail was confusing at times. I think this is a great trail for a first time trail runner. I ran 3 miles out and turned around for a total of 6 miles. I saw horses at the park but none on the trail.
Really fun except for where the horses destroy the trail. Aside from that its awesome! Different types of terrain and plenty of great views! Red trail leads to Walter hill park. Go for it!
This is a very nice trail that runs in about nine miles in each direction east or west of the trailhead/parking area located on the map. Restrooms and a picnic area can also be found just west of the parking area. The trail is well marked and well maintained and is used for hiking as well as horseback riding. Bring your camera as views of the river can be seen most of the way along with a variety of birds and an occasional deer. Dogs are allowed. The only downside is that it can be a bit muddy, particularly during the colder months.