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

7 days ago

A little confusing as there was no maps of the trails by the trail heads showing distances. Beautiful trails

Good trails, clearly marked. Most interesting things where the people we saw, teens walking through trails attempting to play guitar, people riding bikes, horses riders, kite flyers l,?random dude with no shirt and juggalo tattoos. No trash cans so bathroom was a dump , literally. Easy for kids, tons of hills

I started on bluebird trail, definitely saw the switchbacks that the reviews talk about, but I continued on and did the yellow and some of the white trail. I liked the yellow trail, seemed a bit more out of the way. Saw four does, LOTS of squirrels, and a few birds (cardinals, sparrows, tufted titmouse). I think wildlife really depends on the traffic of the day. Nice creek.

17 days ago

My least enjoyable hike! Nothing but hairpin turns through the woods for miles. Lovely views of a mostly dried up creek where the waters not even deep enough for the dogs to enjoy it. The path conditions were fine, I just personally don't know anyone who would enjoy this. It would be a bit excessive even for biking. Also a majority of the trail is behind subdivision housing and another section is right next to a development in progress.

fun and easy for the whole family. we took our German Shepherd also

2 months ago

white oak loop to complete the park

Easy hike for my boys and I. 28° post snow. Only one other pair of hikers out today.

I ride here a lot, with a little time you can find a route that is a great work out and skill building. A whole lot more here than meet the reviews. Trails not marked well but all loop back to park road. Check with the bike shop at the main entrance for info. Or grab a local rider for a tour.

Conveniently located for us and scenic, but be aware that there is no “trail.” Rather, it is a tangle of interlacing biking and hiking paths. You can choose your own route and there seems to be an intersection every 50 yards or less, often much less, so the route options are endless.

My go to mountain bike trail!

My go to hike while I was stationed at Fort Campbell, KY. I would highly recommend to all who love to hike, bike, or trail run.

very narrow trail, no markers, alot of extreme trail bikers that will run you off the path. Hint - take creek shoes and walk the beautiful creek verses trying to walk the trails.

11 months ago

I really liked this park and how easy it was to go through the whole area. It's nice to walk your dog through; just remember they must be on a leash at all times. It's also nice to just sit down and eat at.

11 months ago

The trails aren’t very stroller friendly unfortunately. Trails were well marked, however the trailheads were difficult to locate. They did however have nice parking lots and plenty of opportunities to use a restroom if need be. Park was clean and not too many people were around on a Friday afternoon.

trail running
Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Great running trails. Could get happily lost for hours. Excited to come back!

trail running
Friday, February 02, 2018

Great run in Clarksville TN. Nice hills for the city. Sort of choppy but great for this area.

trail running
Sunday, January 07, 2018

Love it! There are very few hills but very good for running.

Monday, November 06, 2017

the park is currently closed for all the construction. besides the park being closed I enjoy alot going to this park for the unpaved trails

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Great trail! Been riding it for 15 years, I think. Gets better every time. Well maintained and awesome obstacles.

trail running
Saturday, October 07, 2017

Beautiful and peaceful. Lots of beautiful native Tennessee flowers.

Sunday, October 01, 2017

Love this network of trails. You can do as little or as much as you feel like and a different trail every day.
The park is under renovation right now so the normally peaceful walk thru the woods is interrupted with bulldozer and dump truck sounds but they don't impede the trails themselves at all. This will be a much better experience once the renovations are complete.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

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.

Friday, August 11, 2017

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.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

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.

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

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.

Monday, February 27, 2017

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

mountain biking
Friday, November 04, 2016

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

Friday, October 07, 2016

Pretty cool park! Probably would have been better if I had a bike. Not 0.8 miles

Friday, July 08, 2016

Beautiful creek and nice trails

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