Explore the most popular kid friendly trails near Clarksville with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

beautiful trail, easy hike. little bit of incline intermittently, not ideal for strollers.

I really liked this park and how easy it was to go through the whole area. It's nice to walk your dog through; just remember they must be on a leash at all times. It's also nice to just sit down and eat at.

This place was nice since it had a few different trails. My partner was supposed to meet me out here but the rains cut it short sadly. However before they rolled in I was able to go through 90%of the trails and it was nice to jog through and it is very well traveled but not crowded in the least which is nice. I would recommend for those who just want an afternoon or morning jog with the pup or partner.

Very peaceful. ❤️

27 days ago

The trails aren’t very stroller friendly unfortunately. Trails were well marked, however the trailheads were difficult to locate. They did however have nice parking lots and plenty of opportunities to use a restroom if need be. Park was clean and not too many people were around on a Friday afternoon.

Hiked with our 7 year old son. It was a bit strenuous, but he made it like a champ. We loved this trail.

nice stroll

trail running
2 months ago

Great running trails. Could get happily lost for hours. Excited to come back!

trail running
3 months ago

Great run in Clarksville TN. Nice hills for the city. Sort of choppy but great for this area.

walking
4 months ago

Nice two mile “tune up” trail. 200ish feet of elevation change.

Trail gets muddy and slick when wet.

The “Cave” isn’t much to look at.

It was super beautiful with the snow. Easy little trail that's enjoyable for your family and dogs.
I want to come back and run the trail.

trail running
4 months ago

Love it! There are very few hills but very good for running.

Nice place for a lil jog this afternoon...with only two others on the walkway! Beautiful weather and water views❤️

A good little paved walk along the river. They have many expansions planned, so should be real nice in the future.

I enjoyed learning about how the outside of the cave was once a dance floor. It was a cool area to explore. I'm anxious to go back and walk it with my dog. Or try trial running!

beautiful trail, cave is only open may to September so we just did the recover trail. I would not want to trail run it, alot of bigger lose rocks and step downs. A beautiful walk with turtles and ducks

the park is currently closed for all the construction. besides the park being closed I enjoy alot going to this park for the unpaved trails

Great trail! Been riding it for 15 years, I think. Gets better every time. Well maintained and awesome obstacles.

Nice walk
Found a rock from the Clarksville rock Facebook page

Laid back less trafficked than you would expect . Nice easy walks with descent scenery.

trail running
7 months ago

Beautiful and peaceful. Lots of beautiful native Tennessee flowers.

Love this network of trails. You can do as little or as much as you feel like and a different trail every day.
The park is under renovation right now so the normally peaceful walk thru the woods is interrupted with bulldozer and dump truck sounds but they don't impede the trails themselves at all. This will be a much better experience once the renovations are complete.

7 months ago

Just stretching our legs.

Moderate hike with some elevation at first. Nice hike if you don't mind all the people and the nearby road noise. The cave area is interesting.

NOTICE: I went to the park today to check out the trail(s). The park was closed for road work only 100 yards past the entrance. No access to the trail heads currently. There was no notice about when to expect reopening.

Definitely would not consider this a trailhead or hike. It's an extremely short walk through the city to some information kiosks.

Nice little stroll along the Cumberland when you are wanting to get outside but engulf yourself in nature/hikes. The water isn't always the most appealing, and it is usually fairly busy. Good area for playing Pokémon Go though.

9 months ago

This is a decent place to take family or visitors to Clarksville to see a neat geologic feature without the drive up to Mammoth Cave. Overall the trail itself is not very interesting through the woods and usually pretty trafficked. Good for playing Pokémon Go, though!

walking
9 months ago

Rotary Park trails are my favorite nature activity in Clarksville. For the most part, any ages would be able to enjoy their walk here. It is a nice in between for a leisurely stroll and a hike. Some small inclines at times and the path can narrow a bit, but overall a nice path through the woods. The barn towards the back is neat, and the boardwalk next to the creek is lovely.

Red Cedar Trail was easy to navigate and well marked with red paint on trees so no getting lost. 0.87 miles of gentle ups/downs in elevation. Trail surface is natural with tree roots and rocks to watch out for. Start and stop at same place. 95% was under canopy of trees and felt cooler than in the hot sun.

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