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Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail

The Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Ashland City! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail has received a rating of 4.5 out of 5 bones by 2 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Tiffany
    Oct. 14, 2022
    Peaceful Trail in Cheatham County

    I took my dog Hank to this trail on a Friday mid-morning and it was wonderful. Trail is paved, flat, and tree covered. We only saw 4 other people walking/on bikes. We only walked about a mile but we will be back to explore more soon!

  • Znna
    More than a year ago
    Great trail

    Great trail, paved and easy to walk. The entire walk is shaded and there is a comfort station one mile from the trail head. We walked the first 3 miles with our dog, then turned around and went back. The trail is straight and level with several bridges. Bluffs on one side and the river is on the other. The trail is marked with signs for types of trees and flowers. There were wild flowers blooming in late May. Keep FIDO close because there have been sightings of venomous snakes.

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