Hidden Springs Trail

EASY 119 reviews

Hidden Springs Trail is a 4.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Lebanon, Tennessee that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
4.2 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
167 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

backpacking

camping

hiking

trail running

walking

cave

forest

river

wild flowers

muddy

over grown

hiking
1 month ago

Mostly a walk through the woods. Trail was fairly well marked. Saw limestone formations and sink holes. No rivers. Terrain was easy.

hiking
3 months ago

No river. Very overgrown in some parts. Easy to lose the trail markers. Would not recommend.

hiking
4 months ago

There wasn't a river, but there were some cool looking sink holes. Nice places to rest and enjoy lunch.

5 months ago

thought it was pretty boring

hiking
5 months ago

It's a nice trail kinda long, About 4.2 miles.
Mostly level and not too much climbing. Follow the white markers, you'll cross a horse trail several times that's marked with orange markings. It's 12 miles long but clearly marked so it shouldn't be a problem.

5 months ago

nice trail, a lot of overgrowth on the trails

trail running
7 months ago

Nice single track with some good technical spots. Not quite 5 miles but enough to get a quick run in.

trail running
7 months ago

The trail wasn’t marked well with multiple pathways that went out at different places. The sign posted said 5 mile loop, my Garmin said 3.72 so not sure if it was my watch or I took some shortcut. The scenery was beautiful but there were multiple spots that the trail was really overgrown.

7 months ago

Nice walking trail. Not to busy. Not to hard.

hiking
9 months ago

Very easy trail but was a bit marshy and muddy even though it had not rained in a while. We will do it again.

9 months ago

Enjoyed this trail.

hiking
9 months ago

This is an easy trail for an afternoon hike. Some reviews tag this trail as boring but there are places to stop off & things to see if you're looking.

10 months ago

Best done day of or with in a couple of days with rain. Creek fills and flows to a pit sink.

10 months ago

The Spring was so hidden you will never find it because it's dried up. Other than nice walking trail.

hiking
10 months ago

This is such a great trail! A really fun variety of landscapes and vegetation, plus lots of spooky sink holes. Next to no elevation gain, so much like just a long stroll through a beautiful cedar forest. I went on a late Tuesday afternoon and didn't see a single other person.

hiking
10 months ago

Very nice small state park with camping, playgrounds, and hiking trails. Trails are well marked. Watch for after rain storms lots of big mud puddles.

10 months ago

hiking
Sunday, November 13, 2016

well marked and easy to follow. The trail is well used. It has very little elevation change and there is very few obstacles so it is perfect for trail runners. We walked the 5 mile loop but was a little disappointed with the view. Even my daughter asked why the trail was in the middle of nothing. Not one animal other than my dog (but we did sound like a herd of buffalo). Def not my favorite pick.

hiking
Saturday, November 12, 2016

This is a nice trail, very easy to walk. Peaceful way to spend a few hours. I have walked this trail a few times and plan on walking it a lot more. Perfect length of 5 miles.

walking
Monday, November 07, 2016

First, it should be noted that this is a 5 mile trail and not a 4.2 mile trail like the description says. Anyway, my husband and I really liked it. Saw deer, heard owls, and enjoyed a nice fall day walking. I wouldn't take my 4 year old with me, but certainly would my younger teens. Lovely trail.

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