Pioneer Trout Lily Trail is a 2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Morristown, Tennessee that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.0 miElevation gain213 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingForestLakeViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Elizabeth Jaynes
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Nice trail for a late afternoon hike. Trout lilies are in full bloom this week 4-7-21. You will see them right at the wooden bridge, mostly on the left. Not muddy at all today. One blowdown but we were able to walk around it.

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Charla Parks
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Pay attention to the trail you can get off of it a couple times

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Jack Carroll
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Really like this trail, nice views with wildlife.

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Andrew Love
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nice trail great for some morning exercise for experienced hikers perfect for beginners just take your time it has a little of everything rocks to climb, flat trail downhill/uphill and views of the lake!

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Rebecca Dyer
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Beautiful, easy trail. Definitely perfect for a nice stroll.

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Juliette Jessee
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Kasey Corbett
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Terrance Wison
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Tiff Lindsay
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Audrey Kinsler
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Trailhead is located in the Boat Ramp parking lot. It was a nice trail and I enjoyed the views. Just be weary of going during or after rain. I slipped and fell twice due to mud around rocky portions. I would take trekking poles if I go again.

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Karen Morgan
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Well marked trail! Enjoyed it! Basically right in my back door!

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ann smith
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Really Awesome .Close to home . It so peaceful and enjoyed this hike.

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Susan Aitken
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Like trail by the water.

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Paul Kesterson
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Matt Goward
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Nice well marked trail.

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Shane Sheridan
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Not a bad little trail! Not too pretty in the beginning but the back half was nice! Trees cover the trail in two spots so prepare to go off-road a few times.

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Jason Reiling
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Decent trail. Not great.

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David Garrett
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Sue Robinson
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Nice

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Kristi Hamilton
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Jenny H
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Pros beautiful green lake, well shaded. Con large stretch of boring scenery. Overall nice easy hike with dog.

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Kirby Logan III
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Fairly easy trail with some lakeside spots to get in the water and lay out.

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Hal Nordlin
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Nice tree covered trail with some cedars mixed.

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Tiff Lindsay
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Tyler Nix
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Very nice afternoon hike. This line has older vegetation mixed with lake views.

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Lela Simms
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Great trail. Clear all the way.

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Darlene McCloud
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Bryce Burton
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I gave it 3 stars because the actual trail was lovely. There were a couple accesses to the rocks and water. Which was nice. My dog is happy and exhausted. It was beautiful and despite being 80F, there was plenty of shade. Pup was barely panting. I took 2 stars off because the trail was hard to follow. It was a loop, but we couldn’t find it. Don’t follow the red arrows. That’s not the trail. Not sure what it was, but it’s not the Trout Lily Trail. The Pioneer trail appears to be a separate trail. (?) We ended up getting a little lost and was no where near the trail. Ended up doing 8miles due to the massive back tracking. We would haven been ok with the extra miles (it was an easy trail and fun) if it weren’t for the TICKS. We have picked more than 100 ticks off the two humans and the dog. I think the tick nests were when we were off the real trail, but none the less, TICKS. lots of ticks. Ticks everywhere. Thankfully the pup is on oral tick meds. Not so easy to kill for the humans. So, pay attention to the signs, don’t follow the red arrows, bring human bug spray, and give your dog tick protection.

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Tom Long
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Like the trail except for all the tires showing... suppose to be floats I think, but when water is Down so Low as it is... it just looks like litter. I recommend doing just the pioneer trail. It’s a tad longer but more pristine. The Forrest here is very cool. To find pioneer trail grab a map from ranger station about .8 miles away!! It is crossed by the old farm house trail off of the troutLilly trail. Have fun!!

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