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Cumberland Riverwalk follows the picturesque east bank of its namesake river for just shy of a mile in downtown Clarksville. The westernmost endpoint starts along the Red River East Trailhead and winds along the Red River and then further east along the Cumberland River and continues through a beautiful riverfront promenade. With an amphitheater, stages, a playground, and picnic facilities, the area is home to many festivals and concerts throughout the year.
At its southern end, the trail transverses McGregor Park and ends at the Upland Trail, a short rail-trail featuring two former railroad trestle bridges. At the juncture of the two trails is a bronze statue dedicated to Wilma Rudolph, the champion sprinter of the 1956 and 1960 Olympics.
Parking is available at McGregor Park (640 N. Riverside Drive).
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