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Chickasaw Trace County Park

1418 New Hwy 7, Columbia, TN 38401
+1 931-375-6103
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Butterflies Galore

This is a fantastic spot for biking. There are several excellent trails. Also, at the moment there... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Malinda U
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
via mobile
Walk along the river...

Great place to go biking but I walk my dogs on the trails. One trail follows the beautiful Duck... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2017
Anne R
Nashville, United States
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1418 New Hwy 7, Columbia, TN 38401
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a fantastic spot for biking. There are several excellent trails. Also, at the moment there are butterflies everywhere. They were landing on our clothes, legs, and arms. There are some beautiful black ones. It was better than a butterfly house! There were men...More

Thank Malinda U
Reviewed 9 June 2017

Great place to go biking but I walk my dogs on the trails. One trail follows the beautiful Duck River; also, there is an area perfect for fishing, too. What is strange is that the park backs up to a landfill but remains hidden -...More

1  Thank Anne R
Reviewed 25 May 2017

We walk here on the trail by the river. It is a beautiful place to walk although the trail is not easy since there are roots and some difficult areas for those who might be less agile than others. Another problem for those on foot...More

2  Thank Gloria D
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

This is one of the best MTB trails in Middle TN and the only one in the area. The Jailbreak event is a lot of fun each Fall.

1  Thank Jonathan L
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Accessible to all riders, progressively more difficult and a great work out. Set in some beautiful and remote landscape. Truly a gem to ride!

Thank Benedict V
Reviewed 28 April 2017

The mountain bike trail is one of the best in middle Tennessee. It has something for every level of rider. It is well maintained by the Columbia Cycling Club. The scenery is beautiful. The Duck river runs through it so you can fish there or...More

Thank Bryan B
Reviewed 27 April 2017

The mountain bike trails here are great for everyone from beginner to experienced riders. I happily drive from Nashville to ride these trails even though others are closer to home.

Thank Paulette H
Reviewed 27 April 2017

The outdoors are always great. But this park and the mountain bike trails really make me come back for more. My whole family loves it and we ride here often.

Thank Steve F
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Yes, this is the best MTB trail anywhere near this area but as a runner this trail is invaluable. It is the only place to put in some serious miles without worrying about the exhaust & danger from vehicles. There are plenty of shortcuts in...More

Thank TNhorsegal
Reviewed 26 April 2017

I've been mountain biking there for 3+ years. It's my favorite trail system in middle TN - it has fast flat sections, technical climbs, flowy sections, fun downhills and is "natural", meaning that it's always maturing. I've done races there and try to go once...More

Thank JP C
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