Explore the most popular trails in Burch Reserve with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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muddy
7 days ago

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27 days ago

Nice trail but no dogs allowed. It’s clearly marked, but the privileged few will still ignore it.

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muddy
1 month ago

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4 months ago

Great trail. Definitely will add as a regular favorite.

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4 months ago

Go it the left at beginning for a longer, more gradual incline.

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over grown
5 months ago

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bugs
5 months ago

Great trail, but in early September the ticks were so bad. We were brushing off hundreds of tiny tiny ticks even when staying on the trail.

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6 months ago

Great trail. Like others have said it is really noisy during the start and finish but once you go under the railroad tracks the car noise goes away. I went to the right at the fork in the trail. You then walk into a field and pass a small pond on your left. After the pond there is a steep climb. You then drop down and then go back up. Once on top of the ridge it is beautiful. I was there on a super hot day during the summer after work so my views were not great. There is a short spur trail on top of the ridge and I bet it has a great view in the fall or winter. Also like others have said there are no dogs allowed on the trail and no running. The parking lot is nice and there is a port a John available for use.

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rocky
6 months ago

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7 months ago

Great hike, especially when the leaves change in the fall. Beautiful large trees at the top. Very steep at a few parts, but varied enough that nothing gets boring. Love the pond and being able to watch the train go by from across the field. I'm really glad to have a new trail as a Nashville native.

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7 months ago

Decent little trail with some nice old growth trees

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muddy
8 months ago

Great trail! Some noise from the traffic on Highway 100 at the beginning if you go right, but much more quiet once you get to the top and come back down.

Mon Nov 05 2018

This is a beautiful hike. It is obvious that they have cleared privet through much of the forest floor. That, in itself, is an impressive feat. No dogs. No running. This is a great hike through hardwood forest. The shag bark hickory are my favs!

Loved this little trail because it’s not crowded, shady and peaceful... absolutely enjoyable.

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Tue Sep 18 2018

Quick three mile loop that provides a decent work-out. Two or three moderate climbs in both directions. A mix of woods and pastures. Nice addition to the Warner Parks system. The single-track does narrow in a few spots (tall grass), so apply bug spray to ward off ticks.

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Sat Sep 01 2018

A beautiful nature trail. Perfect for a quick 1 hour scenic hike and very doable with kids.

Fri Aug 24 2018

A great trail if you want an hour hike.

No dogs allowed

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Mon Jul 09 2018

Hiking trail only. Easy-moderate

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Sun Jul 08 2018

Very nice addition to the Warner Parks. Parking lot and portable potty are right at the trailhead. Not heavily trafficked this afternoon. We enjoyed this quiet hike. There are a number of large old growth trees and remnants of an old log cabin along the way. I would rank this hike as moderate. Thanks Nashville!

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Wed Jun 20 2018

This trail is easy and in some places moderate. It traverses through woods and a few fields. There are some uphills and switch backs. Also it seemed like fewer hikers here compared to other surroundings trails (parking lot small with few cars at the time I went). There were two old dilapidated structures (sheds, barns or possibly dwellings). All in all it was a nice hike.

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Tue May 29 2018

Beautiful, scenic, great parking. I would have to say it’s more moderate than easy though.

Lovely wooded trail but I’d say it is more moderate than easy.

Easy little hike near the city. Exactly as described.

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Sun May 13 2018

New and we'll maintained path. Lots of free parking. One outhouse. Map of the 3 mile trail at the entrance. Short paved path which turns into dirt, straw and a little bit of mud after you cross under the rail tracks. There is a bit of up and down so I'd say this was more easy to moderate. A good little hike though.

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