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We visited this Park two days in a row. Beautiful! The first day we strolled through a wooded area. We saw a few baby deer, and could even approach them without spooking them. We walked out the pier and took in the site's views. The...More
Coming from Long Island NY , I'm very familiar with Pine Barrens. We went here specifically to take a easy loop hike with my 2 small dogs. Well on the plus side, there was no one there. If I was biking, I would give it...More
Thank Kimmy M
Tennessee S, Owner at Long Hunter, responded to this reviewResponded 31 August 2017
Thanks for the review, Kimmy. We're sorry the park did not meet your expectations. We do hope you'll visit some of our neighboring state parks to find one that is a better fit. There are some great ones in the area.
Long Hunter is a 2 mile walking/ running trail near Antioch and Mt. Juliet. It is a very serene and peaceful place. You can also kayak here. The trail is surrounded by beautiful trees, bird sounds and view of the lake. It can take 30-45...More
Long Hunter includes multiple locations. Lots of options to launch a boat, sand beaches, picnic areas, etc. Many of the various location have seen lots of use, but at the same time they have been there a while and I am sure budgets are low....More
We walked the two-mile loop around the lake and my son kept a running tally of all the wild life we saw - at least 10 different kinds of animals. Great short hike on a paved trail for the little ones.
The Bryant Grove beach...More
My husband and I took our dog hiking at Long hunter state park. We did the 4 mile day loop which was very nice. It was mostly shaded which was great on a hot day. There were areas where you went along the water and...More
Long Hunter State Park is one of Tennessee's lovely lakeside state parks, and it's close to Nashville. The peaceful hike around the lake is easy, level, and often quiet enough to see deer. There are several other trails, a campground, shelter houses, and a variety...More
This is such a great park for walking/running/hiking. There is a two mile paved track through the woods, making it a very accessible walk. My husband ran the trail a couple of times while everyone else walked. He said it was a great running trail....More