Goodlettsville, TN Snowmobiling Trails and Maps

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Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Nice Ride

June, 2024 by gregorywallace62_tl

Construction still in progress so cannot ride complete from one trail head. Overall though was a beautiful, well maintained greenway.

Clarksville Greenway

yikes

May, 2024 by hr8dq8ndkm

This travel is not for your young children riders and beginner bikers, there are way to many people, people and there dogs. Doesn’t seem to be enough room when passing on the some session where there are steep drop offs very unsafe. This was me and my family’s first time and probably our last time going there, we turned around and left. Maybe we would enjoy it more if we didn’t have young and unexperienced riders

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

lovely ride

April, 2024 by lb33558

Rode to the north trailhead and just south to i24 where the trail is now under construction. Nice amount of traffic and we even saw some wild turkeys. Would come again if ever I pass through Murfreesboro again.

Accordion

South Carthage Rail Trail

Flat, easy, paved trail.

February, 2024 by dsmithmme

The trail is a super easy, enjoyable walk. Not a lot to see along the way, but plenty of fresh air.

Brentwood Parks Trail System

bike

October, 2023 by anne.snearly

Markings for trail not there. We just looped the park. More signs are needed.

Richland Creek Greenway

Bad for inline skating / rollerblading

September, 2023 by vanantwj

This trail is listed as good for in-line skating, but a large section of the trail is very rough / old pavement, and much of the rest of it has long hills and sharp turns.

Cumberland Riverwalk

Connects you to other unique trails!

August, 2023 by nadia9

We love to bike the Riverwalk. This trail is actually connected by Austin Peay Greenway on one end, and Upland trail on the other end. If you start at Austin Peay Greenway trailhead, you can walk/bike through the Riverwalk and connect to Upland trail. There are swings and picnic tables along the way, and even on a busy day you can find somewhere to stop have lunch. Last weekend we biked all three trails and I was amazed at how beautiful, accessible, and clean everything was.

Upland Trail

One of our favorites!

August, 2023 by nadia9

We love Upland trail for our family. It is a short, easy, and secluded trail. You will see parts of the city you don’t otherwise pay attention to. Eventually this trail will be continued, and will connect to Valleybrook park. I cannot wait for that final phase to be completed! Walking takes about 30-40 minutes, and biking takes about 15.

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Historical ride along the river

July, 2023 by eric420

Fun paved pave along the Stones River thru Civil war battle sites. Ride thru shaded canopies, under bridges over bridges, winding thru field. Deer jumping across the trails. Bunny rabbits hopping around in the fields. Great ride at sunset to dark. Enjoy!

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Great Trail

June, 2023 by caldwellws

Took the opportunity to ride this trail and glad I did. This greenway is wide, shady with lots of nice scenery. I looped it end to end with the connecting trail for a 25 mile ride. It is now on my list of favorites in the Middle Tennessee area.

White House Greenway

Drove from BG, Ky., and it's better bike ride than anything here. Wish it was longer. Gas was at least 20 cents cheaper, so the drive was worthwhile.

May, 2023 by ohbarryrose

Drove from BG, Ky., and it's better bike ride than anything here. Wish it was longer. Gas was at least 20 cents cheaper, so the drive was worthwhile.

Cumberland River Greenway

Trail Needs Some Maintenance

May, 2023 by bcrinehart735

We rode this trail in May 2023. We accessed the northwest end of the trail via Freeland Station Road. It appears that the trail continues past this point but it is not shown on the map. We followed the trail northeast, east and southeast towards downtown Nashville. After a few miles we passed several homeless encampments in the wooded areas. When we reached the downtown area near 2nd St and Cement Plant Road we were met with construction debris. We found no clear description of where we were, where we might go and what we might see. We returned to the trailhead.

Prior to reaching the homeless encampment, the paved trail follows the curve of the river. Wildlife is visible on and along the river.

It would have been great if the trail were marked and we would have been able to ride the trail into the Broadway downtown area, Ryman Auditorium, etc.

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