Bakers Grove Trail

MODERATE 64 reviews
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Bakers Grove Trail is a 3.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Nashville, Tennessee that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is accessible year-round.

DISTANCE
3.9 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
308 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

hiking

trail running

walking

forest

lake

wildlife

no dogs

This trail extends off the Volunteer Trail at Long Hunter State Park near Nashville, TN. From about the midway point on the Volunteer loop the trail leaves the loop to follow the shore of Percy Priest lake to two campsites. A nice hike with a destination for lunch or a close to home overnight.

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18 days ago

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20 days ago

Nice loop. Dog friendly. For in city, is nice and clean. Either way you go at the fork is easy, but I feel left is easier. Mostly shaded, and on a cool enough day, you could get away with no water. In the 70's today, and if not for the dog, I'd have been fine without.

25 days ago

Day loop trail was lovely and moderate as advertised. Beautiful moss covered rocks and some nice roots and rocks to hike on along the trail. Great view of beautiful lake 80% of trail.

27 days ago

easy loop. great view of the lake. lots of traffic, but several spots you can stop off at the lake. one if my staples close to home.

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail. Although stepped in a disgusting gift from a dog at the trailhead. Trail takes you along the lake and past "party cove". Great views. Fun terrain. Lots of other walkers but not so many you feel crowded. Great parking at trailhead. I would recommend as a fun weekend trail.

1 month ago

Easier than listed. Well traveled, lots of hikers with dogs

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1 month ago

very easy trail and the best of all the long hunter state park trails

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2 months ago

Easy hike, good for experiencing nature without going too far out of the way. The cliffs overlooking the lake allow for some nice vantage points; however, there are long stretches of flat, wooded trail where there's not much to see. Overall, okay, but wouldn't call it a must-do.

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