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

Amazing!!! Love it every time.

Directions from this site take you to the "out" end of this mostly one-way route. The directions need to start the driver off Cherokee Orchard Rd.

Hiked the trail with my two boys ages 11 and 8. It was steep at points with a lot of uphill climbs but we were able to do it just fine. Beautiful trail!

trail running
3 days ago

Wouldn’t call it a trail, but to each their own. It’s my go to running spot because it’s near home. I do love the ability to run near the creek and over some bridges so it’s very pretty but more of a sports park than anything else. Have ran about 13 miles through the drakes creek trails and the streets nearby so you can do some longer distances if you are creative.

This was a fun hike. The suspension bridges felt sturdy!

on Sterchi Hill Park Loop

6 days ago

Nice paved greenway. Nothing special, but never crowded and everyone is friendly.

A site dedicated to a very bloody battle in the Civil War. There's a lot of trails with varying lengths, all seemed easy. Watch the film in the visitor center for some insight.
The NPS tried to save all the battlefield they could, but the sprawl of the town swallowed up a lot of it.

Would not call it a hiking trail, it’s purely for mountain biking.

backpacking
10 days ago

Very cool. A lot of spots to pull off the road and check out along the way

It's a historical path through a Civil War Battlefield. It's not a hiking trail. However, if you love history and nature, this combines both. Visit the Welcome Center for a map and take a self-guided tour of The Battle of Stones River.

mountain biking
12 days ago

nice park paved trail around the lake with about 1.4 mile of mountain bike trail that is directional depending on the day of the week not difficult at all fun with good flow some small features also a short greenway trail the goes about 1 mile away from cane creek and dead ends.

road biking
12 days ago

An easy ride on a paved loop. Rent bikes at the Cade Cove Campground $7.50 per hr. The deer and bears are out in the morning. Start the ride early, the bike shop opens at 6:30am. The loop road is closed on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 6:30am to 10:00 am to vehicle traffic, but open to foot and bike traffic.

It's rather boring to me but if you want an easy, no stress stroll around the lake this trail is perfect. You can bring a picnic and watch the sunset.

walking
12 days ago

love this greenway, pet friendly, well maintained, plenty of parking, beautiful walk, clean Restrooms, playground and picnic shelters and Travis Price Park and Garner Street Park.

The concrete trail is wide and in great repair! It had been raining hard for several days before I hiked the trail and there were no wet or muddy spots and that is huge for me. So why only three stars? Users are trashing the trail. There was nothing scenic about the trail. Finally, i was with the family and after a mile we turned around because there were no benches to let the little ones rest and we were worried we’d have to carry them if we got too far in.

interesting. would do again. well marked trail. bridges. some incline.

beautiful drive. great way to experience the park with kids, or those that are unable to make it for extended hikes. many opportunities for hikes based on this driving route too.

Hiked here with pup at least once a month. There are trails and greenways. Hiked 3.4 and only around half mile was on greenway. If you don’t know area get map from visitor center

was nothing more than walking behind businesses. very polluted with trash. once you get to the underpath with the graffiti, turn around.

I have lived nearby my whole life and can't remember ever seeing this. It was really busy because of the weather and season, but still enjoyed stopping and walking around.

scenic driving
22 days ago

Favorite part of my trip! Get here early, lots of traffic but views are fantastic!

scenic driving
23 days ago

This always gets high reviews but both times I've gone I was underwhelmed. Also, people stop for everything and once you are in loop it is hard to get back out if you don't want to wait.

scenic driving
23 days ago

Always one of our favorite activities to do in the park. Make sure vehicle is in good condition.

Unfortunately, there was trash all along the section we walked. Could have been pretty, but it was a shame to see it so unkept, especially around the water.

Great for scooters

hiking
25 days ago

I really enjoyed this hike this morning. I was on the trail by six am. The trail head can be accessed right before you drive into the park, to the left and right of the ranger station.

Heading to the left takes you through the woods and along the stone fence and meadow. Slight inclines. Heading to the right takes you along the lake first. I opted for the left since it was raining and let the trees be my umbrella!!

I saw deer, a turtle, cranes, turkeys, and ducks. And heard the frogs!!

it was a great little hike. Pretty. There are some inclines and steps on it. There are also several felled trees at the moment that have yet to be removed from the trail but there are ways around them.

I'd do this one again and would even consider camping and doing it :)

road biking
25 days ago

The Loop was beautiful, we saw 2 black bears and got an excellent workout in. With a road bike definitely an easy ride, but in those rental cruisers I’d say moderate because they don’t handle hills well, and there was definitely a lot of them. If you decide to bike this go In the morning, they shut the road down to vehicles on Saturday between the hours or 7 and 10. We went when the roads were open and it was pretty much traffic and dodging cars. Still an excellent ride and I’m happy we did it.

Lots of down trees, but it was a nice hike.

walking
27 days ago

Paved pathways get very slick after rain. Otherwise great walk with minimal elevation and friendly people.

road biking
1 month ago

We love this trail. We park in Highpoint Terrace and ride to Shelby Farms and back then have pizza upon return.

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