Dresden Green Rail Trail

Tennessee

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Dresden Green Rail Trail Facts

States: Tennessee
Counties: Obion
Length: 1 miles
Trail end points: Pikeview Street and Evergreen Street
Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 11445213

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Dresden Green Rail Trail Description

The Dresden Green Rail Trail sits on a converted railbed cutting through the center of Dresden, in northwest Tennessee. The trail starts just east of the site of an old railroad bridge that went over Pikeview Street. It then extends eastward through some woods. It threads through several destinations as it winds from west to east including the town cemetery, Terry Oliver Plaza, with its pavillion that hosts Dresden's Farmers Market, and the Harmon & Lucille McWherter Civic Center.

Parking and Trail Access

From Main Street, head south on Pikeview St toward W Nelson St. Turn left onto W Locust St and then make another right onto Linden St. The Terry Oliver Plaza will be on your right.

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