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The City of Brentwood has a well-marked network of paved trails that connect the City's parks, recreational facilities, local communities, and neighborhoods. Whether you are looking to leisurely enjoy the beautiful outdoors or are an exercise enthusiast, these trails are for you. Varying in length and difficulty, they provide a great place to walk, jog run, bike and roller-blade. Recreational facilities along the trails include the YMCA, Williamson Recreation Center, the Martin Center, and the City's soccer fields, tennis courts, and baseball fields. The trails pass by schools, places of worship, local businesses, the Brentwood library, and historical sites. Easily accessible from many of Brentwood’s neighborhoods, the trails make a convenient commute to many of Brentwood’s schools.
Making a total of 12.75 miles, there are eight trails with more in progress. Most of the trails are connected by paved connector path and can be combined to create longer routes up to several miles. Each trail is color-coded and markers are placed every 10th of a mile. Restrooms and water fountains can be found along most of the trails.
The trails are routes are organized and referred to as the following: Crockett Park (1.4 miles), Tower Park (2.2 miles), Split Log Rd (5.5 miles round trip), Crockett Park (2.4 miles), Smith Park (1.4 miles roundtrip), River Park/Wilson Pk Tunnel (2.4 miles roundtrip), Tan Library/Concord Rd (1.2 miles), and Boiling Springs/Ravenswood (8.2 miles).
Please note that walkers and joggers have the right of way. Always walk, skate or ride to the right.
Parking can be found at a number of locations along the trails: Tower Park (920 Heritage Way), River Park (1100 Knox Valley Dr), Smith Park (1825 Wilson Pike), Wikle Park (7043 Wikle Rd W), Concord Park (8109 Concord Rd), Crockett Park (1500 Volunteer Pkwy), and the Brentwood Family YMCA (8207 Concord Rd). Please see the map for all locations and detailed directions.
This trail is paved and easy to ride. Beautiful trail. I loved every part of it. It connects several parks together. Lots of shady areas and resting places.
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