Explore The Trails of Cumberland County, Tennessee
Friends of the Trails
Latest Trails Newsletter
2023 Annual Meeting
The Friends of the Trails 2023 Annual Meeting will be held on December 13th at 5:00pm at the TCAT college.
TCAT, Building 1, Room S1,
910 Miller Ave., Crossville, TN 38555,
Highlights of the meeting will include:
- Election (re-election) of two board members
- Brief presentation to recap 2023 activities and preview 2024 plans by John Conrad, FOTT President
- Update on the Cumberland Trail (including Daddys Creek bridge) by Ranger Anthony Jones
- Audience question and answer session
If you would like to attend, please make a reservation.
Use this button if you wish to make a tax deductible donation to Friends of the Trails for use on the hiking trails in Cumberland County.
If you prefer you can mail a check , payable to “Friends of the Trails”, to 28 Thames Court, Crossville, TN 38558.
The Amazing Hiking Opportunities in Cumberland County
There are many places to hike in the county. Fairfield Glade is the hiking center of the county with over 20 miles of trails. The number of trails in the rest of the county is growing steadily with the Crossville Greeway steadily taking shape. Finally the Cumberland Trail passes right across the county offering another 50 miles of hiking opportunities.
Maps, Maps and More Maps
Maps and descriptions of all the trails can be found here.
Explore The Trails of Fairfield Glade
Maintenance, Work Sessions
Report a problem you discover on a trail. Learn about work sessions and other volunteer opportunities.
Apres Hike: All you need to know
Find out all that Cumberland County has to offer in additions to the hiking trails: dining, bars, shopping, entertainment and places to explore . Prepare to be amazed by the majestic mountains, rich historical heritage, arts and culture, unique downtown shops, great local restaurants and abundant hiking trails in our extraordinary part of Middle Tennessee.
Have you heard about the Hiking Marathon?
Future Plans for Trails
There are wonderful plans for building lots more trails around Crossville.