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Explore the best rated trails in Alcoa, TN, whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the James White Greenway and Middlebrook Greenway . With more than 24 trails covering 100 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Nice trail through Townsend area. Paved, some ups and downs but no hard climbs. Not a whole lot to see really. Restaurant near north end has good food. You can take the bike underpass at the north end, cross under the four lane and then cross the small river and pick up the road on the left along the river. Take that through Walland all the way to the intersection with Ellejoy road. This is a nice ride along the river with minimal traffic and only one hill at Walland. There is a parking lot just across the intersection on Ellejoy road. I ve parked there, pedaled to the end of the trail in Townsend and back.
Nice trail but not shown on the map... this should be updated at least every quarter
mellow, beautifully paved and short trail perfect after a long drive on winding roads. Good place to watch the ww rafters start their adventure. Next time, we plan to join!
Nice trail in the middle of Pigeon Forge. We like to park and start at the library. Most people don’t even know it’s there so it’s seldom crowded. Some congestion wit tourist and cars around The Island but that’s about it. I definitely recommend it for a Nice break from the hustle and bustle of Sevier County
We did the parts along the river downtown very Scenic. We uploaded photos here and at a trails facebook group https://facebook.com/groups/railstotrailsbiketrips/
Short trail but fun to ride.
Nice trail along streams and the river. You do cross traffic a few times.
A few small curves and hilly areas. Pleasant ride with benches on the path
A few small ups and downs. Partially shaded And pleasant
How long is the distance from the parking across the bridge to the stop sign?
Fun ride in the middle of Pigeon Forge. Lots of walkers but really fun. Bring your bicycle with you while on vacation and enjoy
This trail is fine, but it is very poorly marked. One must cross busy intersections, where traffic is flying. Although it seems that the trail connects with the Sequoyah and Third Creek greenways, the connections are not at all obvious.
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