Spring is just around the corner, which means more opportunities to get outside and experience nature’s beauty.
If you’re excited for warmer weather and longer days, it’s never too early to plan an outdoor excursion—after all, it’ll be something to look forward as we make it through these last tough weeks of winter.
Why not take advantage of some of Tennessee’s breathtaking hiking trails this spring? It’s a unique (and free) way to experience nature.
Check out these 5 great hiking trails in Middle Tennessee.
Burgess Falls State Park Trails
Head to beautiful Sparta, Tennessee to take advantage of this gorgeous natural area and its many beautiful hiking trails.
Burgess Falls Trail is a 1.6 mile, out-and-back trail, rated as moderate by users at alltrails.com.
The centerpiece of this great hiking trail is the gorgeous Burgess Falls waterfall, which is among the most famous in Tennessee.
The trail is also kid-friendly and dog-friendly, which is perfect for hikers who have little ones and pets in tow.
Henry Horton State Park
Perhaps better known for their 18-hole golf course, Henry Horton State Park in Chapel Hill, Tennessee is also home to some amazing hiking trails.
This 1,140-acre park boasts three different hiking trails.
Each of these trails features various flora and fauna, including wild turkeys, different birds and a variety of beautiful flowers.
The park is also home to an Olympic-sized swimming pool, picnic areas, fishing, and basketball and volleyball courts.
It’s a great place to spend a weekend, especially if you love hiking and nature.
Head to Thompson’s Station to take on this beautiful hiking trail.
Alexander Trail is a one-mile looped trail with light traffic and plenty of sight-seeing opportunities.
The trail is open from February through October, and is pet-friendly (as long as you have a leash).
Some of the other charms about this great area?
Wildflowers, several hills to make the hike more challenging, and plenty of gorgeous scenery. It’s a hidden gem in Thompson’s Station, and well worth an afternoon of exploring!
Short Springs State Natural Area and Machine Gun Falls
Head to Coffee County, Tennessee to experience this beautiful hidden gem of Tennessee hiking.
This 1.6 mile trail is rated as moderate, and features some steeper hiking for those who want to reach the Machine Gun Falls area.
It’s a moderately-trafficked loop trail that is leashed-animal-friendly. The trail is well-marked and offers great natural scenery for those who want to take photographs.
Old Trace Garrison Creek Loop Trail
Franklin, Tennessee is home to a portion of the Natchez Trace, which features this lovely trail.
The Old Trace Garrison Creek Loop is 1.6 miles and features a moderate level of intensity.
There’s a creek, gorgeous scenery, and plenty of flora and fauna to make your experience worthwhile.
The trail is also great for horseback riding and taking a walk with your leashed pet.
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