Hopkinsville, KY Cross Country Skiing Trails and Maps

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Muhlenberg County Rail-Trail

6 mi
State: KY
Asphalt

White Plains Trail

1.5 mi
State: KY
Asphalt
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The Muhlenberg County Rail-Trail in rural southwestern Kentucky connects the community of Central City, Muhlenberg County's largest city, to Powderly and Greenville to the south. As Kentucky's most...
KY 6 mi Asphalt
The White Plains Trail runs for 1.5 miles through White Plains, between JP Hanks Road and just east of town, where enters a thickly forested area. The trailhead is a few blocks south of White Plains...
KY 1.5 mi Asphalt

Recent Trail Reviews

Blackford Pedestrian Bridge

A Hidden Gem

June, 2024 by mike.creasey

Being a nearby resident I had heard of this trail and tressel plus had seen a sign pointing towards the direction to it. I recommend going to it via Ky 109 or US 60. Rely on the Trails map ‘cause it’s accurate. The trail is paved and flat except the floor of the tressel which is wood. Extremely well cared for. Shelters are on the south side. Only reason for not getting a 5 is due to no restrooms. Otherwise if you’re in the area don’t pass it up. You’ll not regret it.

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

Muhlenberg County Rail-Trail

Nice trail for a fall trip.

October, 2023 by vc2019

Trailhead in Greenville is across from Clark Tire Center and has nice picnic table nearby. The trail is in good condition, saw some birding along the way and a nice city park at Powderly. Bathrooms at the HS were closed for the season.

Accordion

Betsy Ligon Park & Walking Trail

Very nice trail through quaint town

August, 2023 by trott1016

This is a nice walking trail and is paved. Safe area and right behind the downtown area of Erin. Sweet little town.

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.

Lake Barkley Bridge Multiuse Path

Another Name For This Trail.

August, 2023 by rthomann1314

Just an FYI that this trail is also called the Central Hardwood Scenic Trail. We tried riding from the Golden Pond Visitor Center but it quickly became rugged and too much for us. We went to the Sunset Trailhead and road East on the paved section. We totaled 16 miles but could’ve gone further. If you’re in the area, Calvert City also has a nice path thru the town and city parks.

Lake Barkley Bridge Multiuse Path

Fun & Safe Riding Path

May, 2023 by rjurdak

Not sure why this trail is called Lake Barkley Multi-use Path as it actually begins at the Kentucky Lake portion of Land Between the Lakes (LBL). Regardless, we rode a total of 13 miles back & forth along this path taking in the beautiful lake scenery. After crossing the lake toward Fenton we considered riding over toward the LBL visitor center. However, being the Memorial Day weekend auto traffic was rather hectic so we opted to forego that portion of our ride and simply rode back across the bridge a few times. Tomorrow we’re heading toward Lake Barkley and plan to ride that area as it appears there’s a protected longer riding trail in that direction. Worth it !!!

Clarksville Greenway

I absolutely love this trail I ride on it and it is so beautiful and fun and it is nice to see others people on it too

May, 2023 by traillink user

I absolutely love this trail I ride on it and it is so beautiful and fun and it is nice to see others people on it too

Muhlenberg County Rail-Trail

Reminded me of Ohio trails I've ridden. Wish Bowling Green, Ky., had something that long. Only real suggestion is that an emergency call box or two would be nice. Saw five people total on perfect Thursday afternoon ride. You wanna be prepared

April, 2023 by ohbarryrose

Reminded me of Ohio trails I've ridden. Wish Bowling Green, Ky., had something that long. Only real suggestion is that an emergency call box or two would be nice. Saw five people total on perfect Thursday afternoon ride. You wanna be prepared

Hopkinsville Rail Trail

Fantastic Trail!

November, 2022 by 2w67xs66fp

One of my favorites! Plenty of Shade.

Clarksville Greenway

Clarksville Greenway

August, 2022 by carlousdtiller

I absolutely love this trail and can’t wait until my work day is over so I can workout in the beauty of this magnificent trail. Get in the game! Let’s go! This trail is where it’s at.

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