Features: Birding — River/Creek — Wildflowers — Wildlife
Family Friendly: Plenty to explore right from the trail.
Dogs: No Dogs
Why choose to follow a fireroad when you can make your way through a scenic meadow next to the creek? This trail is shaded in some areas, which means that it can also be a wet marsh. Animals both winged and footed abound here, and a quiet visitor might see them hiding, hunting, and living along the creek bed.
This trail is mostly flat and is a great alternative through the Tennessee Valley. The route heads south of the Tennessee Valley Trail
, and at the mid point intersects the Wolf Ridge Trail
Riperian and marshlands.