No need to go far to find a piece of nature to getaway from the busyness of everything within the Crossville city limits. You will find a multitude of hiking paths that are dog and kid-friendly with paved path and easy natural path hiking trails to explore in Crossville.
Crossville Parks and Recreation Department – In 1992 the City opened a 35 acre recreation park, now known as The Warner Complex at Centennial Park…
Maryetta Trail is a brand new hiking trail that has just opened in time for the 2020 Hiking Marathon. It is a 1.9 mile “lollipop”..
The Meditation Hiking Trail is a 0.8 mile lightly trafficked, forested loop within the city limits of Crossville, Tennessee. The trail is kid-friendly and is..
The Obed River Park trail is a two-mile-long paved walk and follows a portion of the Obed River for over half its length. This trail..
Established in 2018, The Plantation Trail is nice addition to and accessible through Obed River Park. This trail has had some problems in 2020 and..
The Woodlawn Trail is a delightful figure-eight woodland trail that was constructed in 2017. Part of the trail is along the Little Obed River, but..