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BUFFALO MOUNTAIN park - Trail Map
570 High Ridge Rd.

Offers 8.2 miles of moderate hiking trails with a more strenuous 1,500-foot rise from picnic area to top. All mileage is measured from picnic area. (White Rock Trail is a 4.5 mile loop).
Huckleberry Knob - .05
Lady Slipper Loop - .09
Hartsell Hollow - .05
White Rock - 2.3
Tip Top - 2.1

 

Carver Park
322 W. Watauga Ave.

Quarter-mile flat walking track

CIVITAN PARK
1000 N. Broadway St.

Paved 1.5-mile walking/jogging track connects to Lions Park

Liberty Bell Complex
Liberty Bell Blvd.

Paved walking track circles entire Liberty Bell Complex and offers 1.7 miles of fitness area. Features a 375-meter jogging and walking surface.

Tweetsie Trail
Legion and Alabama St.

The 10-mile Tweetsie Trail is Tennessee's longest rails-to-trails project and runs along the former ET&WNC (Tweetsie) railroad between Johnson City and Elizabethton. The trail provides opportunities for walking, hiking, running, and biking on a relatively flat grade in a beautiful, natural setting. 

Biking - Places for families to ride
Biking


Liberty Bell Recreation Trail

This 1.7-mile walking and jogging trail encircles the entire Liberty Bell Complex. Children on bikes and roller blades are welcome. No adult bikes are allowed. 
 
State of Franklin MultiUse Trail
Greenline Rd.

The trail is 2.3 miles in length and is open to all users. It starts at the intersection of Greenline Road and extends to Sunset Drive.
 
TWEETSIE TRAIL - TRAIL MAP
Legion and Alabama St.

The 10-mile Tweetsie Trail is Tennessee's longest rails-to-trails project and runs along the former ET&WNC (Tweetsie) railroad between Johnson City and Elizabethton. The trail provides opportunities for walking, hiking, running, and biking on a relatively flat grade in a beautiful, natural setting. 
 
WINGED DEER PARK - TRAIL MAP
Off Carroll Creek Road at Disc Golf Course

More than 2-mile mountain bike trail. The trail is a partnership with the Tri-Cities Chapter of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA). An additional mile of beginner trail has been approved. Plans are in the works to develop a total of 5-6 miles of trails.
 
Nearby Locations
Steele Creek Park - Bristol
Warriors Path State Park - Kingsport
Virginia Creeper Trail - Trail runs from Abingdon to White Top, Virginia, and Bays Mountain Park - Kingsport