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very easy trail that you easily see deer if you go early in the morning, it's a boardwalk trail, parking is right at the entrance. Somewhat busy in the mornings and evenings, dogs are allowed on leashes, goes to the wolf river, beautiful views of the river.

excellent place. amazing trail for hiking and biking with dig a everywhere with 3 color difficulty levels. and as you walk you can see the people fishing and you can take your dog as well, be aware of the ticks LOL. you have rest areas on the trail with benches and breathe taker views.

I’ve ridden over 3,000 miles on this trail over the past 6 years, usually averaging 3 rides per week. Since I’m riding I take the longer way around which is generally around 10 miles. If you stay close to the lake it’s a little over 6 miles. It’s a great place to ride and drains quickly after some rain unless you stay close to the lake which can take longer to drain. Volunteers maintain the trails including building bridges and removing fallen trees so be patient if you run into some. You can take the trail clockwise or counter clockwise. If you’re new to the trail just keep the lake to your right or left and you’ll do fine. Only downside are dog owners with no leash on their dogs, it is a state law and a safety issue on the trails. Enjoy, it is a great place to get away from the city and enjoy the outdoors.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Rode the 7 mile trail for the first time on my new mountain bike this morning. Trails are very well marked and great for someone new to trail riding. Had to get off the bike about 3 times to make it up a few hills with big roots exposed, only because I didn't get enough momentum on the downhill first. Great ride, great trails.

Nice views. Easy walking on the boardwalk to the Wolf River and back. You may see deer, blue heron, turtles, frogs, wildflowers. Majority of the walk is under tree cover, which provides nice shade during the hot summer months. Autumn views when the trees are changing are beautiful as well.

My wife and I visited on last week. The trail was awesome! The signage was very helpful and clear. It did seem longer than 7 miles (green trail) but we still loved it. One of our best hikes so far.

Great park. Kid friendly with a peaceful setting.

hiking
5 months ago

Love it. Great for the Husky to get back into shape for something more ambitious. Nicely maintained.

hiking
5 months ago

1mile longer than listed... for being the highest rated hike in the area there wasn't much to see... The lake for the most part is nicest over all the other lakes near the city but that's not speaking to highly since we have no nice lake to really compare to

A nice easy day hike around a pretty lake. Some muddy/wet spots. A few spots on the trail have benches where one can stop and enjoy a nice view of the lake. Keep an eye out for snakes,and mountain bikes on the trail. I wasn’t intentionally putting mountain bikes and snakes in the same category, lol. Have fun,hike more and worry less.

I did the full yellow trail hike Thursday. If you take all of the detours possible, it's considerably longer than 7 miles. My GPS had it pegged at 12 1/2 miles. (Yes, all the additional trails, mind you.)

There were a plethora of downed trees along the off-the-beaten path trails and a couple of places where the blazing was confusing (namely around the 2 mile red blazing marker along the drainage valley.) There was also 2 downed trees blocking the trail and only one might be a spot of bother for those trail-riding. (it's close to 3ft tall without a ramp and on a down-hill so if you're not paying attention there might be a crash and ruining a front rim along with some pride.)

The trail was in good shape for the most part and it wasn't so muddy that you couldn't traverse without getting knee deep in the mud. (Well, there is one crossing near the 6.5mi marker on the north side of the lake that is probably mid-thigh if you try to cross it - and it hadn't rained in a few days.)

For the entire hike, I saw 4 people and two dogs for six hours of hiking. (This doesn't include gentlemen fishing on their boats in the lake, mind you.) One gentleman had his two dogs out walking (who lived right off the lake) and another who was getting miles in for a section hike of the PCT in the Sierras in July. The last was a couple on a leisurely stroll.

There was plenty of wildlife sign out (deer, raccoons, turkeys) and I saw one tall Tom close to the trail that bumps up against Fisherville Road. I didn't encounter any wasps, hornets, ground wasps, snakes, ticks, or spiders on my walk but I figure in a month they will be out. I'm not looking forward to that.

The lake trails are the gem of the area, in terms of getting away from it all and having a lovely walk in the woods. If you're going to get miles in without the possibility of being run over by trail riders or runners, it's the place to go.

trail running
9 months ago

Really like these trails but with so many roots you can’t get into your run.

hiking
Sunday, November 05, 2017

Enjoyed a great day hiking with the Memphis Outdoor Adventurers. Even though it rained like a monsoon, we still had a blast!

hiking
Monday, October 23, 2017

mountain biking
Saturday, October 14, 2017

I wouldn't call it mountain biking but rather trail riding. It's an easy trail. Great for the entire family. It's has more technical paths that run off the main loop so you could extend your loop if you want. It's a gem not being to heavily trafficked.

mountain biking
Saturday, September 02, 2017

Awesome trail. Has a lot of roots and have to be careful when wet.

hiking
Thursday, August 10, 2017

Did a birthday hike on the green trail Saturday. Beautiful day and saw only 2 others on my 2 hour hike. The markers allude to a 7 mile hike....perhaps its 7km but it's definitely NOT 7 miles. Easy hike and is probably the best kept secret around. Lake has a small shop you can get drinks/bait at. Enjoy.

hiking
Monday, July 10, 2017

Great trail! Only issue we(2 dogs and myself) had were the ticks. The ticks were out in full force! They are pretty bad this year on every hike we have done in the Memphis area. Other than that this trail is well marked (Thanks Cub Scouts) and some fallen trees were all cleared from the path.

hiking
Monday, June 05, 2017

The trails are in great shape well marked. Took BSA TROOP 95 there this weekend to finish off the hiking badge.

Nicely groomed, well marked, easy hike. Great views with some traffic. We walked the green trail.

4 star only because scenery is good to great, not amazing.

hiking
Sunday, April 02, 2017

This is an awesome trail.

hiking
Sunday, April 02, 2017

This is an awesome trail.

Saturday, February 04, 2017

Great spot!

hiking
Saturday, November 05, 2016

Well maintained and marked trail except the yellow jacket nest/hole on the edge of trail around 4 miles in from the right side of the lake. Definitely a high tick area also. Not sure mileage is accurate but enjoyed not being able to hear the highway for 3 hours. Nice stopping points and views of the lake.

hiking
Wednesday, September 14, 2016

My first trail. I really enjoyed it.

hiking
Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Took my dog on the trail with me. Very easy trail to walk but was very enjoyable.

mountain biking
Monday, September 12, 2016

This is very good trail for mountain biking, especially the red trail near the lake with some obstacles.

trail running
Sunday, July 31, 2016

Awesome

hiking
Saturday, July 23, 2016

Great trail!

hiking
Tuesday, June 14, 2016

easy good beginner hikers

mountain biking
Sunday, May 15, 2016

Fun trail. Nice pace, plenty of twists, not many climbs and drops but still fun and interesting for a day out. Not too difficult for the wife on a hybrid. Not a ton of traffic on a Sunday afternoon, either.

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