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

Lot's of trash in the area. Believe most of it coming from Lowe's and shops in
the area parking lot. Not a bad hike.

If you head out anytime in the next week or so, be prepared to do some significant creek crossings that will immerse your feet. I did it yesterday and took the Yellow trail to the intersecting White trail and while that wasn't bad (a few boggy spots) the crossings at the second White trail (the one in the middle of it all) was flooded at the Yellow trail and also 8-10" deep at the blue trail crossing (even with the newly installed bike bridge crossing it. Toss in that the flooding only needs 2 more feet to cover the Yellow Alternate crossing bridge and you have some serious mud going on. (I check it on the USGA site to see before heading out. Anything above 10ft on the gauge there and it's cross at your own risk.) So if you do, and aren't on a bike, you might want to bring spare pairs of socks with you. #justawarning

mountain biking
3 months ago

Nice 6 mile loop with a couple or decent but relatively climbs. Plenty of exposed roots to make it fun. Lots of hikers and runners on the weekend. Combine with Wolf River Trails vía the Greenline Connector (cross Walnut Grove at Farm Road) for a 20-30 mile ride.

I ride this trail weekly, year round. There are two parallel trails in the loop: the yellow and blue, plus a white section south of Walnut Grove, which is up on a narrow bluff. (The map on here actually highlights the white "goat trail" where the trails are shown farthest apart. The blue is there between the white and yellow but not highlighted on this map.) The yellow trail drys out the fastest, but expect some short bursts of deep sand in a few places. Lots of roots, mostly flat with a few climbs/drops here and there, so you can go fast. Lots of runners and bikers on the weekend. Great for trail running and family hikes too.

Not bad watch for unleashed dogs.

hiking
8 months ago

Despite recent rains, the trail was in good condition. Of course, there were wet spots and the occasional stream, but all had a "dry" path to cross.

Great for running and biking.

Love this trail for running

mountain biking
10 months ago

Love it will come back

Trail was in great shape.

Monday, February 19, 2018

I run about once a week for conditioning and this was a great challenge for me. Fair and fun.

trail running
Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Great trail. Nice scenery.

This trailhead is very hard to find. I drove around for 30 min without finding it then gave up. I ended up walking the paved trail.

mountain biking
Saturday, August 19, 2017

First trail ride for me and I was beat afterwards. Great trail, really fun. Will be back.

trail running
Monday, July 31, 2017

I love this trail!! I run it or bike it, both are great. I've also run it barefoot, but wouldn't suggest it for this particular trail.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

nice trail

very easy multi use trails. frequent runners asking the river portion (yellow). trails mostly unmarked so take a pic with your phone at trail head. do not ride after rain, water will stand

mountain biking
Monday, February 13, 2017

It's an intermediate trail with some bumps and sharp turns and you would enjoy it when it's raining.

hiking
Sunday, January 22, 2017

Well marked trails although not well worn. Beautiful old growth forest.

trail running
Thursday, January 19, 2017

Nice trail with variety but poorly marked and if it has rained recently come prepared for a sloppy trail.

trail running
Friday, January 13, 2017

Great trail running, lots of variety, new sustainable trails just opened. Just watch for horses, lots of unleashed dogs and snakes in the warmer months. I usually do my 10-13 mile runs out here.

Nice urban trail

mountain biking
Thursday, November 10, 2016

Im new to mtb, it is a great place to get comfortable on your bike. Pretty smooth for the most part. I really enjoyed it and will continue to bike here on a regular basis.

mountain biking
Saturday, October 08, 2016

I loved it! But watch for hikers and unleashed dogs. I went on a weekend and it wasn't being used much and I was surprised. I love this trail and the bike stand with air and tools you can use to tweak your bike what a nice touch! I will use this trail again and again I highly recommend it moderate but fun!

on Tour De Wolf Trail

hiking
Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Great for beginners. Peaceful. Will see wildlife. Very cool old tombstones inside. Gave it 4 stars because it is not well marked.

trail running
Monday, September 07, 2015

I've run the wolf at least 15-20 times, mostly prior to its recent reconstruction.

This is the hot trail of the ones in Memphis. By that I mean you spend much less time in the woods and out traversing scorching field or gravel tracks. As a run, I like it for a change of pace and the winding trails. I'd say it's a bit of a challenge for a newbie 10k. For better wood trails, do the colored trails along north of wolf river. Those are true trail with length of 3, 5,8 and so forth.

mountain biking
Thursday, July 16, 2015

I do like the Tour de Wolfe trail, however do not be fooled by these reviews calling the trail any type of flat or particularly easy. Many of these reviews and trackings are in fact for another sets of trails kept by Shelby Farms adjacent to the "main" park. These trails( yellow, blue, and white) are particularly easy, root, and hill free. Tour de Wolfe however is a more difficult trail with many short steep climbs and a few longer one, roots are still not too bad but there are a few.

mountain biking
Friday, July 10, 2015

Great ride. If you stay right on yellow.. Very sandy :)

Friday, April 24, 2015

The Tour de Wolf is in Shelby Farms Park which is owned by Shelby County and managed by the non-profit Shelby Farms Parm Conservancy. This is not a national park. The Tour de Wolf is open to hikers, mountain bikers, and runners. Get the Shelby Farms Park app for more information about paved and other dirt trails and other attractions: Go Ape (ropes/zip line course), boat and bike rentals, guided horseback rides, off-leash dog park, fishing, paintball & laser tag, playground. In the near future Patriot Lake will be expanded with a new Visitor Center, Restaurant/ Retreat Center, Events Stage. The SF Greenline (a rail trail) will also be extended east to Cordova.

Load More