Rotary Park is located on approx. 60 acres of land. It has a small paved road that goes to a playground/ amphitheater area. Trails go off in all directions from the road. They range from moderately technical to easy. There are some steep descents but all are very short. By that I mean that none will last more than a minute even riding slow. The best way to describe the park is that it is a buffet of trails. It has small bridges over gullies, small creeks, loose rocks, steep climbs and descents, and more. The rider looking for a single trail to follow to the finish or those that like long downhills will be terribly disappointed. This park is more for the rider who is looking to spend a half-hour to a few hours just riding trails and having fun. You could spend most of a day trying to ride all of the trails. Donít worry about getting lost even though you may get the feeling that you are lost. Nearly all of the trails feed back to the paved road in the center of the park. The trails are a little rough. Those that complain should probably stick to the road. Some hikers and horseback riders come to the park also. Occasionally you will see ATV riders even though there are signs prohibiting motorized vehicles in the trails. I have come to the park many times and not seen anyone else.
How to get there:
Take exit 11 from I24 towards Clarksville. About a 1/4 mile past the first intersection (Madison St.) you will see a power station on the left. Take the small road to the left into Rotary Park. Park anywhere in the park. The trails are not marked very well so just follow a tree line to find a trail.
It's easy to get turned around so pay attention and allow time for finding your way out of the m