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    The Best Places To Go Hiking In Tennessee

    While the weather is still warm, take advantage of the beautiful hiking trails scattered all throughout Tennessee. Breathe in the fresh air as you venture through dense forests, passing scenic views of rivers, lakes, and waterfalls. On your way along the trails, you are bound to come across some wildlife, such as deer or wild turkey. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing stroll through nature or a challenging escapade, there are tons of hiking trails in Tennessee that will fit your needs. Here are some of our personal favorites:

    Radnor Lake State Park

    Radnor Lake State Park is great for all levels. You can either stay on a paved trail outlining a significant portion of the lake, or explore deeper into the forest by following one of Radnor’s many wooded, dirt trails. With easy access from Nashville and the city’s surrounding suburbs, Radnor Lake has become a very popular hiking destination for middle Tennesseans.

    Location: Nashville, TN

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    Marcella Vivrette Smith Park

    If you are located in the Williamson County area, Marcella Vivrette Smith Park is just a short drive away. It is the perfect place to fit in a quick hike, since the park’s trails aren’t too long or difficult. Once you step foot on the trails, however, you may be surprised at how secluded the park feels, even in the middle of Brentwood. It is a quiet and still place to enjoy a short retreat from your usual schedule.

    Location: Brentwood, TN

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    Long Hunter State Park

    Long hunter State Park has approximately 20 miles of hiking trails, offering a range of difficulty for hikers of all levels. For those of you who love history, be sure to explore Sellars Farms, which houses a protected Native American mound. Remember, Long Hunter State Park is connected to J. Percy Priest Lake, so don’t forget to bring your fishing poles and boating equipment sometime for more outdoor fun.

    Location: Hermitage, TN

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    Fall Creek Falls State Park

    Fall Creek Falls State Park is a heavenly place for those who are in love with waterfalls (like me!). This incredible place contains not one, but several waterfalls scattered all throughout the park. To make your experience at Fall Creek Falls State Park even more amazing, challenge yourself to some of the park’s obstacle courses, including rope swings, zip lines, unstable bridges, etc.

    Location: Spencer, TN

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    Natchez Trace State Park

    Natchez Trace State Park is the perfect place to take your family hiking, camping, fishing, picnicking, etc. With seemingly endless access to streams, fields, forested areas, and even four different lakes, be sure to take a good look around at the park’s many scenic views while you’re there. After a long day of outdoor activities, savor a meal at the park’s restaurant, “The Western Spur Restaurant.”

    Location: Wildersville, TN

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    Great Smoky Mountains State Park

    The Great Smoky Mountains house some of the most breathtaking hiking trails in Tennessee. During your hike, you will be surrounded by wildlife, trees, water falls, valleys, and so much more. Because the Great Smoky Mountains are so gorgeous, you may want to take a whole weekend off to explore it. Fortunately, there are tons of spectacular cabins you can rent out in the surrounding areas.

    Location: Gatlinburg, TN

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    Heather Faulkner

    My name is Heather Faulkner. I am the Marketing Specialist for The Easling Team at Keller Williams Realty. My primary roles include managing our social media pages, writing blogs, connecting with local businesses, and building relationships with the community.

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