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

Cleveland, Tennessee Map
1 month ago

This is, for the most part, a nice walk. It’s mostly pretty and leads to a lot of good restaurants and parks. It is, however, covered in litter most days, and Mouse Creek is usually polluted with sewage and garbage. Could definitely use more maintenance.

trail was in great shape last weekend. good hike, good educational opportunity as well.

washed out
1 month ago

This path is nicely paved with benches and trash cans easily accessible along the path. There is a nice play ground with a picnic area, bathrooms and an open field. When there’s a hard rain, some parts may be unusable. Bathrooms are conveniently located throughout the greenway.
Though it’s going through the downtown area of Cleveland, you will enjoy a nice nature walk. There are open areas with direct sun, as well as, shaded arboreal areas with exercise equipment. You will also find off paved, dirt paths to explore.

Very easy trail

I walked a good part of it today and I really enjoyed it. Nice path with friendly people and dogs. Definitely not considered a hiking trail but, for my purpose of just getting outside and moving, it was great.

Love the greenway!! Take my dogs on walks there almost daily!! Not really what I would call a trail but still cool!

2 months ago

Nice paved trail with restroom facilities, pavilions and plenty of picnic tables. Easy walk through the woods with portions that pas along Candy’s Creek. Places to stop and rest along the way. Recommended for just about anyone.

is just ok

4 months ago

The scenery is fantastic, especially in Autumn when the leaves are changing. There are plenty of ups and down, but it's mostly uphill until you reach the midway point. There are a bunch of roots and rocks, some narrow points and such. Overall, it's a nice, fairly easy hike, but I could definitely see it being a bit slick after a rain, and there are some rocks that certainly looked stable until I stepped on them.

4 months ago

Lovely fall walk. Nice trail for running or walking. Ok for strollers. Some standing water on the trail due to a few days of rain a couple of days ago. Was able to walk on high ground to get around it. Great scenery while walking.

Good ups and downs with reflective hallowed ground to take. Tall, thin trees of all kinds. Some fallen with some gnarly roots to check out. Great for families. Our fit bits marked the loop at 2.7 miles. The app says 1.5 and the sign to enter the trail says 1.7 so it must have got extended over time for a wider circle.

5 months ago

Needs cleaned up and better lighting

It’s ok just gets vandalized to much and equipment broke and needs more fountains for dogs and humans

6 months ago

A fair amount of individuals out dog-walking and some standing water on the path. However, turned out a lot better. There were many scenic points along the trail.

Great hike but brought my son in a stroller because it said it was easy. It was not what I’d call easy due to lots of hills, roots and rocks. Had we not had the stroller, it would be great. But disappointed in having worked so hard to keep him upright.

Great place for a short jog or to walk the dogs.

7 months ago

It is a safe park to walk your dogs.

7 months ago

On my early morning walks I rarely see another person. it is such a relaxing and refreshing time.

8 months ago

Beautiful forest setting!

8 months ago

easy ride!

We bike this trail often. The kids and I love it! It’s very family friendly. The only suggestion I would make is to go earlier in the day rather than later if you do have kids with you. Because it is so well lit there is a separate crowd of people later in the evening. No one harassed us it was just more pleasant when we go in the morning or are finished by 7pm (in the summer) Tinsley Park has a little skate park as well as a dog park. They are divided up by big dog and smaller dogs. Bathrooms at the parks and well maintained by the city. I’m so happy to live less than a mile from the Greenway! Lastly, I was surprised to see this classified as a trail. It’s more like a city park walkway that goes through Cleveland,Tn. It’s still great but if nature is what you’re wanting this is
not your best bet.

What a great day we had! If you want more of an uphill challenge, start the trail near the Welcome Center. If not, start at the picnic area and park on up the hill. Dogwoods and honeysuckle bushes are in bloom now!

trail running
11 months ago

Nice paved and unpaved nature trail. I have caught a few rock bass near the back of the creek. Very good for a jog, walk, or bike ride. Dogs will love it. There are plenty of nice flat areas for playing ball, frisbee, or to fly a kite. There are two large pavilions that can be reserved for family gatherings. The trails are not challenging and there is a wonderful Japanese Zen Garden with a gazebo at the back to reward the easy walk.

This a nice place to take your family out for an evening stroll, bike ride, or jog. My family will skate board the trail on occasion. There are several playgrounds, picnic areas, a dog park, and places to sit along the rocks on Mouse Creek. Be sure to visit Perkit’s Frozen Yogurt for a nice treat.

11 months ago

Running, walking, or taking the dogs for a stroll. A great park to stretch your legs.

Saturday, March 17, 2018

It was good but easy hike!

Sunday, March 04, 2018

We had a great hike! We ended with the blue hole...so gorgeous. It’s a great “quick” hike. Will return.

on Council of Trees Trail

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Nice little hike to get outdoors for an hour!

Sunday, October 29, 2017

simple little trail for the family

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