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Grundy Lakes: Lone Rock Trail is a 0.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Tracy City, Tennessee that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, nature trips, fishing, and canoeing and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 0.1 mi Elevation gain 9 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Wheelchair friendly

Kid friendly

Stroller friendly

Fishing

Nature trips

Paddle sports

Walking

Forest

Lake

Views

Wild flowers

Bugs

Muddy

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Please note this trail is located in the Grundy Lakes Area at South Cumberland State Park.

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Sandy Johnson
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Hiking

This place is a well kept secret! You can walk through the woods or on a paved road surrounding multiple lakes and tributaries. Grundy Lakes is a great place for fishing, hiking, walking, picnics, playgrounds, skimming stones in the creeks, and swimming in the lake. You can check out the historical coke ovens as well. We really enjoyed our afternoon there.

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Christopher Ortega
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Hiking

Very nice short and easy trail for an afternoon hike.

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Joe Corsentino
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Walking

While there is a trail I wouldn't call this hiking. There is a one way road around the lake and there is a shorter trail that hugs the banks. There were some Canadian geese who were very curious about my dogs. For the best parking spot drive around the lake to vicinity of the pin and park down by some stairs that lead to the water. There you can walk all the way around the lake, part of the trail which is a levy between the upper and lower lakes. Something neat about this place are all of the coke ovens which were used in the early 1900s to produce coke from coal to smelt iron ore. While we went in the winter and it wasn't very crowded, it looks like a popular spot in the summer to go swim and fish in the lake. Good spot for children or picnics.

Liz Stutts
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Hiking
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Chet Wright
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Hiking
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terry maxwell
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Hiking
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Kirby Crabtree
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Walking