Trails

Norris Dam State Park has 15 hiking trails. Our trails range in length from .5 mile to 5 miles and vary in degrees of difficulty from easy to difficult. These trails traverse ridge tops, valleys, hollows and the lakeshore. Mountain biking and equestrian use are permitted on designated trails. Trail maps are available at the park office. Below is a list of the trails with length and difficulty levels.

March First Hike

Andrews Ridge Trail (1.8 Miles): Hiking, Mountian Biking use, Moderate
Rock Creek Trail (1.2 Miles): Hiking, Mountian Biking use, Moderate to Difficult
Sinkhole Trail (0.8 Miles): Hiking, Mountain Biking use, Easy to Moderate
Hootin Hollow Trail (1.1 Miles): Hiking, Mountain Biking use, Easy to Moderate
Tennis Court Trail (0.3 Miles): Hiking use, Easy
Harmon Loop (0.4 Miles): Hiking use, Easy to Moderate
Fitness Trail (0.9 Miles): Hiking use, Easy to Moderate
Marine Railway Loop (4.3 Miles): Hiking, Mountain Biking use, Moderate to Difficult
Lakeside Trail (0.4 Miles): Hiking use, Easy
Christmas Fern Trail (0.5 Miles): Hiking use, Easy
Tall Timbers Trail (0.4 Miles): Hiking use, Easy
Camp Sam Trail (1.1 Miles): Hiking, Mountain Biking, Equestrian use, Easy to Moderate
Highpoint Trail (2.7 Miles): Hiking, Mountain Biking, Equestrain use, Easy to Difficult
Lakeview Trail (4.9 Miles): Hiking, Mountain Biking, Equestrian use, Moderate to Difficult
Lakeside Loop (2.4 Miles): Hiking, Mountain Biking, Equestiran use, Moderate

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