Looking for a great trail near Nashville, Tennessee? AllTrails has 30 great hiking trails, trail running trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Stones River National Battlefield, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Percy Warner Park or Edwin Warner Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 17 easy trails in Nashville ranging from 1 to 179.8 miles and from 413 to 1,079 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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wild flowers

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no dogs

partially paved

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hiking
11 hours ago

A great trail that was moderate in some parts, but overall easy. A great view in the lake for a majority of it and an easy to follow trail. Definitely dog friendly! My dog and I enjoyed this hike.

hiking
15 hours ago

Red and Blur

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1 day ago

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3 days ago

Great trail. Like others have said it is really noisy during the start and finish but once you go under the railroad tracks the car noise goes away. I went to the right at the fork in the trail. You then walk into a field and pass a small pond on your left. After the pond there is a steep climb. You then drop down and then go back up. Once on top of the ridge it is beautiful. I was there on a super hot day during the summer after work so my views were not great. There is a short spur trail on top of the ridge and I bet it has a great view in the fall or winter. Also like others have said there are no dogs allowed on the trail and no running. The parking lot is nice and there is a port a John available for use.

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rocky
7 days ago

I’m a beginner, and this was absolutely perfect for me. I went in the middle of a weekday afternoon and had no issues with parking but could see parking being an issue during busier times. I spent a ton of time exploring the trails off the main path down to the lake and everything was just so beautiful. I will definitely be back. So close to the city but such an escape.

Most of the trail was picturesque. Enjoyed the bridges. Very little shade and the trail was not well marked. Overall a good biking trail.

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no shade
over grown
private property
rocky
11 days ago

Loved this hike! Walk by a farm, a stream and in and out of regular roads. ample water spouts to cool off if u would like. I would park on propert though and ignore the directions on here. The trail head to Rogers's Loop doesn't start at the parking lot. There is an exposed walk to it whereas if you turn into the actual Park, you can just get on the trail and go.

hiking
11 days ago

Great elevation changes - all ages can do this trail.

road biking
13 days ago

Beautiful trail. Would not agree that this is a moderate difficulty trail. In no way am I super fit, but saw expert cyclists struggling up what seemed to be a never ending hill. Loved the ride though and can't wait to go back and better our performance.

hiking
13 days ago

Beautiful stop off between Nashville and memphis! Super humid and buggy when I went but the view of the lake is gorgeous

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rocky
13 days ago

Difficult

on Bryant Grove Trail

hiking
14 days ago

Nice easy trail. Great for an afternoon walk.

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rocky
15 days ago

Great long hike. Pup enjoyed it , I enjoyed it - everyone’s happy.

mountain biking
17 days ago

Great trail for new and experienced riders.

Nice paved trail for walking, biking, or running. Some stretches are shaded. We’re from out of town, so we struggled to find the trailhead, even after plugging it into our GPS. Ironically, the trailhead began in a Kohl’s parking lot! From this trailhead, it’s about a 2.5 mile walk to the Percy Priest Dam (end of trail) where you’ll find public restrooms and a water fountain. Bike rental is also available there, but the return station is at the Two Rivers trailhead entrance - about 3 miles from the Kohl’s parking lot trailhead.

hiking
20 days ago

Super fun on a rainy day.

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muddy
20 days ago

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bugs
rocky
washed out
22 days ago

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rocky
24 days ago

hiking
24 days ago

Great trail. Good hike. Challenging at times. no views or water to see. otherwise lots of fun.

hiking
26 days ago

I guess because of the name we expected at least one cool ridge top view... the hike ends in an awkwardly small clearing in the woods. Very anticlimactic. If you’re going to Beaman Park just do the Henry Hollow loop as it’s twice as nice! Overall, a decent workout and a nice hiking trail through the woods.

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26 days ago

So flat. And so many spider webs - but no street noise - yay! And the Cedar Glade is really beautiful. A few deer along the way too. And nice views of the lake. Out and back makes for a long stroll if you need to put in some miles. Love Long Hunter SP!

We really enjoyed this hike because it was cool last week. Lots of people out for a brisk walk. Lots of deer. The signage is a little annoying because it detracts from the natural feel but I guess due to its popularity they have to keep reminding people of things like “don’t touch the fawn“ - really? But a gem near downtown - don’t miss it this fall!

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