Britton Ford Interpretive Hiking Trail

MODERATE 9 reviews

Britton Ford Interpretive Hiking Trail is a 3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Springville, Tennessee that features a river. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, trail running, nature trips, and birding. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
3.0 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
272 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

birding

hiking

nature trips

trail running

forest

river

views

wild flowers

wildlife

hiking
12 days ago

Well-maintained, well-marked peninsula loop trail in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s Big Sandy Unit. The 2 mile main circuit is paved with crushed gravel. Several benches and nature interpretive markers along the way. An unpaved 0.5 mile spur (1 mile r/t) leads to a Tennessee River overlook. Lots of gentle ups-and-downs to keep the HR semi-elevated. A classic “woods on one side, water on the other” hike. Good winter views. A couple big fallen trees that require minor detours. ***HUNTING CLOSURES*** This trail is closed on the weekends and a few weekdays during fall bow/gun seasons (late September thru mid November).

1 month ago

Great trail with views of the lakes/rivers. Not sure if it’s the season or there hasn’t been a hiker out here in awhile... but spiderwebs. Lots and lots of spiderwebs. For some that might be an issue. If it starts this way for you, turn around as the whole trail is spiderwebs in the face!

mountain biking
Sunday, October 01, 2017

I road this back before they put gravel threw the main loop path. Starting it off going right on a bike is preferred by me as you get to enjoy a little more down hill in my opinion

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Well maintained. Short hike close to home.

hiking
Saturday, July 29, 2017

Love this trail. Close to home, very well maintained and extremely well marked. Loop is 2 miles with an optional out and back extension for a total 3 mile hike on varying terrain and surface.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
11 months ago

hiking
Wednesday, September 27, 2017