NOTICE: I went to the park today to check out the trail(s). The park was closed for road work only 100 yards past the entrance. No access to the trail heads currently. There was no notice about when to expect reopening.

Rotary Park trails are my favorite nature activity in Clarksville. For the most part, any ages would be able to enjoy their walk here. It is a nice in between for a leisurely stroll and a hike. Some small inclines at times and the path can narrow a bit, but overall a nice path through the woods. The barn towards the back is neat, and the boardwalk next to the creek is lovely.

Red Cedar Trail was easy to navigate and well marked with red paint on trees so no getting lost. 0.87 miles of gentle ups/downs in elevation. Trail surface is natural with tree roots and rocks to watch out for. Start and stop at same place. 95% was under canopy of trees and felt cooler than in the hot sun.

hiking
2 months ago

Nice little area, however there are several unmarked trails which turned out to be more suited for mountain bikes than hiking. Clean up the trails a little and more trail markers then I would give four stars.

mountain biking
4 months ago

walking
5 months ago

Plenty of trails to choose. Easy to Advanced. Nice play ground for the kids as well.

mountain biking
9 months ago

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

walking
10 months ago

hiking
Friday, July 29, 2016