Explore the best dogs on leash trails near Murfreesboro with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Love this trail, and all the trails at this park. No heavy traffic and very nice scenery.

Great trail. AMAZING wild flower variety. A lot of rocks and some muddy places at the beginning. Best hiking in murfreesboro in my opinion.

Found the trail to be uninteresting with lots of trash along the route. I personally won't be returning.

Some parts of the trail are quite overgrown, overall wonderful short hike.

ok trail but would be better in late fall through early spring because i disnt like walking through the high grass.

For a city park the diversity in this perimeter trail is awesome. It went from asphalt to dirt path to rock cliffs.

In late summer this Glade trail seems to the casual hiker to not have much beauty. However in April I can imagine the beautiful Breadroot and Glade Phlox blooming. There is much beauty here if you know the flora especially the Purple Cone flowers that had bloomed earlier. I'm so thankful that Tennessee has chosen to preserve this habitat that is rapidly disappearing due to development.
The reason I didn't give a 5 star rating was that the trail was poorly marked. We meant do do the 1.5 mile loop but never saw the "white" markers, we were always wondering if we were headed back to the trailhead. It would have been helpful to add "mile markers".
I'm definitely coming back next April.

Nice stroll with mixed gravel and wood chip paths. Wonderful National Park visitor's center and plenty to see and learn. Easy and perfect for kids.

Grrat!! loved