Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail

Enjoy the Outdoors

Trail users have almost 8 continuous one-way miles to walk, run and bicycle on the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail.

 

For those not familiar with the trail, there are two segments open. The first 4 miles follows the old rail bed from Marks Creek, just outside of Ashland City, to the north end of Chapmansboro Road. The second segment of the trail (Eagle Pass) begins across Chapmansboro Road and proceeds north towards the Cheatham Dam/ Montgomery County line.

Start your adventure:

In Ashland City, go northwest on Highway 12.

Turn left after the bridge by Deerfield Inn,

onto Chapmansboro Road.