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Yellowwood State Forest, Nashville

(4.6/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Came here and camped 50 years ago with my boy scout group. When I cam back here 50yearrs later it seems that time has stood still here. Love this place for hiking and it is so much less crowded than o...  more »
  • As an afternoon side trip we drove to Yellowwood. This state forest is really out of the way; therefore, would be good if you wanted to get away in a major way. It's main purpose is camping and the ar...  more »
  • Saya datang saat Fall season, waktu yang sempurna untuk dapatkan latar belakang foto-foto yang keren. Hutan kayu, dedaunan yang berguguran dan menutupi tanah, serta danau di sekitar hutan... Sempurna!...  more »
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  • Quiet compared to the big park. But that is the beauty. Same scenery, less people
  • I liked this place better than lake Monroe park except for the size of the lake. Things I liked about this place: 1. Has an extensive hiking trails around the lake. 2. The place is free. 3. The lake is quite pretty. 4. This place gives a feel of early years of camping and hiking. As roads are made up of sand and gravel around the lake.
  • Great place to start a gravel ride. Will head back to check out the forest.
  • One of the most beautiful pieces of public land in the state. I've been exploring the hills, streams, lakes, and ravines since I was a kid and plan to keep on doing it!
  • I went for the Jackson Creek Trail because I heard it was handicapped accessible. Turns out it is only partially accessible. There are some tree roots that I made it over in my manual chair. Eventually the path went from paved to gravel and I found it impassable. I had to turn around. But it was still throughly enjoyable. Handicapped accessible bathrooms by the main office.