Best Hiking Trails Near Williamson County

    Hiking is a wonderful hobby and form of exercise you can enjoy in solitude or with family and friends. You can likely find a warm afternoon or weekend throughout the entire year in Nashville. Whether you’re new or experienced to hiking, we have you covered. Check out the list below for some great hiking trails around Nashville and Williamson County!

    Radnor Lake

    The Radnor Lake State Park is located about 11 miles from Cool Springs and easily accessible from I-65. There are a variety of hiking paths for every experience level. Otter Creek Road is a great paved path to take with the whole family (including the family dog!).

    Percy Warner Park Trails

    These breathtaking trails are located about 18 miles north of Cool Springs in Nashville. Specifically the Mossy Ridge Trail is very popular. This trail is at a moderate level and is a 4.5 mile loop.

    Brenthaven Bikeway Connection

    This trail is located right in Williamson County in Brentwood. It’s very popular for families, joggers, and bikers. If you’re dog is on a leash, he can come too! The Brenthaven Bikeway Connection connects River and Crockett Park and runs along the Little Harpeth River.

    Pinkerton Park Trail

    This trail attracts active families and history buffs combined! Learn more about Franklin’s role in the Civil War as you take this 1 mile loop. For the most part, this is a beginner trail, but does involve some moderate incline to reach the top.

    Alexander Trail

    The Alexander Trail is a great trail for families and especially close for Spring Hill and Thompsons Station residents. The views and scenery will take your breath away!

     

    Where will you spend your free time hiking this season? We’d love to know any other cool trails you’ve come across to add to this list!

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