Bloody Shiloh... No soldier who took part in the two day

The trail is a generally straight cool walk through forest to the Hatchie River and back. It follows the historic trace of State Line Road to the river, but the bridge which used to be at the end of the trail washed out years ago. A few small clearings along the way provide rest stops, and one of these has graves and markers of both Confederate and Union soldiers who were killed here during the battle. There is unpaved parking for a couple of cars at the trailhead. The location is pretty remote and is managed by the Shiloh Military Park.

Walked so many times

Great place to ride bikes and walk

scenic driving
4 months ago

interesting scenic drive .

Great easy hike. There is alot of history surrounding this area. Short enough to take children and non-hikers on.

mountain biking
5 years ago

good trail all out , both Mtb and hike, just pulled the day with some heavy weight in my pack and had a great time. seen some great runs is like to hit on the kayak and found some chantrelles and lobsters early on just days after the first rain.