Best Hiking Trails in Clarksville

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Clarksville, Tennessee. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


401 Old Dunbar Cave Road, Clarksville, TN 37043 Directions

Since 1973

Caverns and Caves, Road Biking, Forest Lake, Running, Nature Trails, Wildflower, Dogs on Leash, Wild Flowers, Walking, Guided Cave Tours, Mountain View & Birding

Has been used for thousands of years and is the site of significant prehistoric Mississippian Native American cave art dating to the 14th century. The park is 144-acres. List of the maps available at this park. Their three miles of trails, learn about Dunbar Cave’s resort and musical history, or simply watch for wildlife in their restored prairie and wetland. Reservations are highly recommended for cave tours


Mon - Sun 6:00 am - Sunset

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1101 Pollard Road, Clarksville, TN 37042 Directions

Wild Flowers, Mountain and Road Biking, Summer Camp, River, Birding, Trail Running, Kids Play Area, Bicycle, Lake, Forest, Nature Trips, Walking & Skating

Free parking and admission. Offers a wonderful experience for citizens and visitors with views of the river and beautiful forestry. Restrooms available on-site as well as benches and resting areas. Approximately 9-mile walking and biking trail is situated in north Clarksville along the banks of the Red River and West Fork Creek. Its one of the unique features of the trail is the Raymond C. Hand Pass, a 600-foot pedestrian bridge


Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 8:00 pm

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2308 Rotary Park Drive, Clarksville, TN 37043 Directions

Nature Trips, Large Playground Area, ADA Accessible Amphitheater, Wildlife, Kid Friendly, Dogs on Leash, Pavilion, Trail Running, Forest Lake, Birding, Mountain Biking, Walking & Wild Flowers

It's a 111.3-acre nature park located on Rotary Drive, near the Sango community . It is easily accessible one block southeast of the Highway 76/Highway 41 intersection. A large ADA-accessible playground. Families are still welcome and encouraged to picnic in the park. Has an extensive trail network and is open to hikers and bikers

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Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 9:00 pm

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